1. Lil' Haud, Little Luck: Sheldon Haudenschild Has The Speed To Contend

    Lil' Haud, Little Luck: Sheldon Haudenschild Has The Speed To Contend

    Apr 12, 2021

    If it wasn’t for an ill-fated flat left rear tire on Saturday night at Haubstadt, we wouldn’t have been talking about Carson Macedo versus James McFadden.

  2. Danny Dietrich Pulls Off Same-Day Port Royal And Lincoln Double

    Danny Dietrich Pulls Off Same-Day Port Royal And Lincoln Double

    Apr 12, 2021

    Gettysburg Pennsylvania's Danny Dietrich had social media buzzing over the weekend, as the 85-time PA sprint car winner attempted and pulled off his version of the racing double by racing in both Port Royal Speedway's 410 sprint car feature as well as Lincoln Speedway all on Saturday night.

  3. JJ Hickle Sweeps The Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals With ASCS

    JJ Hickle Sweeps The Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals With ASCS

    Mar 22, 2021

    Taking the broom to the field at the 48th annual Devil’s Bowl Spring Nationals, lapped traffic was again the ally of JJ Hickle as the Washington shoe made it career victory No. 2 with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network.

  4. The Class Progression And An Analysis Of Kicker AMA AX Amateur Racing

    The Class Progression And An Analysis Of Kicker AMA AX Amateur Racing

    Jan 22, 2021

    Rounds three and four of the Kicker AMA Arenacross Series gave us exciting, yet contrasting levels of racing throughout the night show main events.

  5. Troutman Tops DIRTcar UMP Modified Winternationals Opener

    Troutman Tops DIRTcar UMP Modified Winternationals Opener

    Jan 20, 2021

    A field of 48 DIRTcar UMP Modifieds gathered in the East Bay Raceway Park pit area on a Tuesday night to kick off the 45th annual Winternationals. The number eclipsed the 2020 turnout and featured drivers from 13 states.

  6. Kyle Larson Is Back-to-Back Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Champion

    Kyle Larson Is Back-to-Back Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Champion

    Jan 18, 2021

    It took Kyle Larson 13 aching years to finally win the elusive Golden Driller, and then it only took him one more to add a second to his collection.