World of Outlaws Champ Brad Sweet Enters Hangtown 100

null

Create a free account to unlock this video!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

After locking up the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series title this past weekend Brad Sweet is now set to return to action at Placerville Speedway for the Hangtown 100.

Sweet, who resides in Placerville during his off time, claimed 16 main event victories en route to his initial World of Outlaws championship this season. The “Big Cat” wrapped up the title last Saturday by just four-points over Donny Schatz.

Watch 2019 USAC Midgets at Placerville Speedway Live!

Nov. 19-20

At the inaugural Elk Grove Ford Hangtown 100 next week, Sweet will pilot the Willie Kahne owned Factory Kahne No. 67z machine with the USAC NOS Energy Drink National and Western States Midgets. The 33-year-old has captured 11 career wins with the USAC National Midget Series, and hopes to add on at the upcoming double header, which showcases an over $130,000 purse.

Sweet is scheduled to be a part of the pre-race autograph session at the Hangtown 100 that also features drivers Kyle Larson, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Chad Boat, Tyler Courtney, Logan Seavey, Justin Grant, and others.

“We are excited to have Brad Sweet compete at the inaugural Hangtown 100 in Placerville,” commented Elk Grove Ford President Matt Wood. “Having a driver that just wrapped up the World of Outlaws championship last weekend certainly adds even more star power to the event. We look forward to having Brad as a part of our pre-race autograph session as well. The weather is looking fantastic, so we encourage everyone to reserve their seats today.”

Watch 2019 USAC Midgets at Placerville Speedway Live!

Nov. 19-20

Following the action on opening night there will be a post-race party in the concession area with burritos, drinks, music and a lot of fun to be had. All fans and racers are encouraged to attend.

The Elk Grove Ford Hangtown 100 marks the first ever appearance by the USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget Series to the Placerville Speedway. Co-sanctioning each night with the National Midgets will be the California based USAC Western States Midget Series.

Toledo's Rollie Beale Classic Race Preview

Screenshot (667).png

All three previous USAC Silver Crown Champ Car Series winners at Ohio’s Toledo Speedway – Jerry Coons Jr., Kody Swanson and Bobby Santos – are entered for this Sunday afternoon’s 100-lap Hemelgarn Racing/Super Fitness Rollie Beale Classic at the high banked, half-mile paved oval on October 4, honoring the legendary Toledo native and 1973 USAC Sprint Car champion driver.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

Lawrenceburg Fall Nationals Preview 2020

Screenshot (666).png

Flawless is the word that comes to mind in describing Kevin Thomas Jr.’s run down the stretch to win his second Fall Nationals at Lawrenceburg (Ind.) Speedway in the last three years, a $10,000 grand prize, in the Fall of last season.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

Fast Facts: COMP Cams Short Track Nationals

STN 3.jpg

The What: 33rd Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires.

Short Track Nationals Entries At 59 And Counting

STN 1.jpg

The roads leading to Little Rock, Arkansas, from all directions contain more traffic this week as race teams and fans alike flock to the high-banked I-30 Speedway clay oval.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

Bacon-Windom-Stockon: The Tale of the Tape

Screenshot (665).png

In the course of a USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car season, many variables are at play in determining the championship frontrunners, with tracks of various lengths, banking and the like, plus the rigors of the road and a long stretch of races that can take its toll both physically, mentally and mechanically.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

Short Track Nationals Watch Guide 9/28 - 10/3

Rough and Tumble - Scott Frazier photo.jpg

It's been an incredible few weeks of non-stop racing from across the United States on FloRacing! As the 2020 season winds down, we don't have as many races during the week, but there's PLENTY of content to catch up on plus a refreshed FloRacing 24/7 Channel Playlist to dive into.

Courtney Corrals Kokomo USAC Sprint Win

DSC_3604.jpg

Tyler Courtney has gotten quite used to parking it in victory lane at Kokomo Speedway over the past few years.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

Windom a Kokomo Midget Winner from 14th

Screenshot (662).png

Chris Windom had won pretty much everything Kokomo Speedway has had to offer throughout the past decade.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

McIntosh Marches to Gas City Midget Triumph

Screenshot (661).png

For Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports, it was only a matter of time before winning returned to team’s narrative following a 27-race winless streak that stretched a span of 13 months until earlier this month.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

Leary's Heroics Lift Him to Gas City USAC Sprint Glory

Screenshot (660).png

C.J. Leary saved up a little bit of late-race magic en route to Friday night’s James Dean Classic USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car victory at Indiana’s Gas City I-69 Speedway, night one of the Indiana Donor Network Driven2SaveLives Double Double.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In