picture of 2020 Western World Championships | USAC Midgets & CRA/Southwest Sprint Cars

Completed, Nov 14 - 15
 

The Western World Championships presented by San Tan Ford.  It’s a name that oozes with a rich history dating back to Bob Cleberg’s triumph at Manzanita in 1968, and has seen a handful of differing iterations over the past half-century, wing, no-wing, 410s, 360s, sprint cars and midgets at a variety of racetracks in recent years.

  1. Courtney Wins 3rd Straight at Western World

    Courtney Wins 3rd Straight at Western World

    Nov 15, 2020

    Tyler Courtney picked up where he left off in both 2018 and 2019 to become the first driver to win the final night of the Western World Championships in a 410 c.i. sprint car in three consecutive years, pulling off the trifecta Saturday night in the AMSOIL USAC CRA / Southwest Sprint Car portion of the 53rd annual event presented by San Tan Ford.

  2. Kofoid Conquers Western World Midgets

    Kofoid Conquers Western World Midgets

    Nov 15, 2020

    Three-hundred-sixty-four nights earlier, Buddy Kofoid arrived at Arizona Speedway’s Western World Championships as a newcomer to the USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget wars when he made his first series start in the event, finishing 22nd.

  3. Grant Grabs Western World Sprint Prelim

    Grant Grabs Western World Sprint Prelim

    Nov 14, 2020

    Between Justin Grant and Tyler Courtney, each driver entered Friday night’s AMSOIL USAC CRA / USAC Southwest Sprint Car opener as the victor of the last four 410 c.i. sprint races held during the Western World Championships at Arizona Speedway.

  4. Thorson Surges Late at Western World

    Thorson Surges Late at Western World

    Nov 14, 2020

    For the final push to victory on the green-white-checkered finish of Friday night’s USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget feature at Arizona Speedway, most eyes were affixed on the front two of Logan Seavey and Buddy Kofoid as the pair streamed into turn one. Watch full coverage.

  5. Seavey Leads Western World Sprint Practice

    Seavey Leads Western World Sprint Practice

    Nov 13, 2020

    Logan Seavey stood atop the speed charts in Thursday’s AMSOIL USAC CRA & Southwest Sprint Car Special Event practice session at Arizona Speedway, in preparation for this weekend’s 53rd annual Western World Championships presented by San Tan Ford on Friday and Saturday night, November 13-14.

  6. Bayston Tops Western World Midget Practice

    Bayston Tops Western World Midget Practice

    Nov 13, 2020

    Lebanon, Indiana's Spencer Bayston led all drivers with a lap of 15.303 seconds during Thursday night’s USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget practice session at Arizona Speedway.

  7. Carrick Reunites with KKM USAC Midget Team

    Carrick Reunites with KKM USAC Midget Team

    Nov 10, 2020

    Tanner Carrick, who competed for Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports on the USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget trail from 2017-19, has rejoined the team for the remainder of the 2020 season, beginning Nov. 13-14 in the Western World Championships presented by San Tan Ford at Arizona Speedway.

  8. Midgets Make their Mark at Western World

    Midgets Make their Mark at Western World

    Nov 10, 2020

    In every year of the Western World Championship’s half-a-century-plus existence, Sprint Cars have maintained an integral presence in the event in a variety of different variations and sanctions.

  9. USAC CRA & SW Sprints Take on Western World

    USAC CRA & SW Sprints Take on Western World

    Nov 10, 2020

    Sprint Car racing has been a staple of the Western World Championships since the dawn of the event in 1968 with Bob Cleberg’s triumph at Manzanita Speedway.  This weekend, Fri. & Sat., Nov. 13-14, the 53rd chapter of the event will be authored at the 1/3-mile Arizona Speedway in San Tan Valley.

  10. Western World Opens USAC Western Swing

    Western World Opens USAC Western Swing

    Nov 9, 2020

    The Western World Championships presented by San Tan Ford.  It’s a name that oozes with a rich history dating back to Bob Cleberg’s triumph at Manzanita in 1968, and has seen a handful of differing iterations over the past half-century, wing, no-wing, 410s, 360s, sprint cars and midgets at a variety of racetracks in recent years.