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  • FREE CAR ENTRY OPEN TO KNEPPER 55 COMPETITORS! TICKETS ON SALE TOO!

    The Knepper family is once again sponsoring FREE entry for competitors to enter their midgets for the Saturday, December 16th "Junior Knepper 55" USAC Special Event at the Southern Illinois Center in Du Quoin, Illinois.

  • Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions to headline 54 events in 2018

    Celebrating four seasons under the ownership of three-time NASCAR Cup champion, Tony Stewart, the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions will enter the new year boasting a schedule comprised of 54 events at 36 different facilities. "America's Series" will crisscross much of the Northeast and Midwest during their upcoming travels, visiting dirt ovals in nine different states including Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, New York, and Wisconsin.

  • World of Outlaws 2018 Schedule Released

    It is with great excitement that the World of Outlaws Craftsman ® Sprint Car Series releases its 2018 schedule. The beast that Ted Johnson brought to life back in 1978 has officially reached 40 years of existence. Heading into a new decade, The Greatest Show on Dirt has become the premier dirt track series in the world and appears to be stronger than ever.

  • Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions to Headline 54 Events in 2018

    Celebrating four seasons under the ownership of three-time NASCAR Cup champion, Tony Stewart, the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions will enter the new year boasting a schedule comprised of 54 events at 36 different facilities.

  • Jason Solwold: 2017 Season In Review

    The 2017 would be one a good one overall for Jason Solwold. Several trips to victory lane, another series championship to his credit, and some pretty successful trips outside of his native Washington state would all make it a very good year of racing. The Mike Anderson and Monica Baca owned #18 entry would once again partner with the Burlington native and be one of the most successful racing teams in the Pacific Northwest.

  • KYLE LARSON LOOKS TO GO BACK-TO-BACK AT TURKEY NIGHT NOV. 23RD

    The number 1 is an apt number for Kyle Larson to carry on his USAC Midget's tail tank in this year's 77th running of the "Turkey Night Grand Prix." After all, number 1 is the finishing result we've become accustomed to in practically every racecar we've seen him strap into, whether it's Monday, Friday, Sunday or any day of the week that ends in the letter "y" for that matter.

  • 33rd annual Tulsa Shootout Entry Forms, News, and Notes.

    Entries are continuing to roll in for the 33rd Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout. Having been out of the office to wrap the season with the American Sprint Car Series, everyone is back in Tulsa and the website should be updated soon for those who have already pre-entered.

  • Kyle Spence Among Favorites In East Coast Indoor Dirt Nationals

    It's been a pretty amazing ride for Kyle Spence. In just three seasons of 600cc Micro Sprint competition, the 21-year-old second generation racer has established himself as one of the favorites each time he buckles into a methanol gulping, fire breathing 600cc ground pounder. And he will definitely be ranked among the favorites to score the $5,000 victory in the very first East Coast Indoor Dirt Nationals Fueled by VP Racing Fuels on December 1st & 2nd inside the CURE Insurance Arena in Trenton, NJ.

  • Tyler Brehm Geared Up & Ready For Trenton's Indoor Dirt Nationals Event

    It's easy to name the fastest and most successful 600cc Micro Sprint driver who hasn't yet won a race in 2017. He's got a boat load of runner-up and top five finishes and came within a whisker of winning one of the biggest 600cc races of the year, along with several other near-misses throughout the season. He's Tyler Brehm of Royersford, Pa., and he's got one more shot at reaching victory lane before the calendar turns to 2018.

  • Young Bryant takes first Lucas Oil Speedway track championship with B-Mod crown in 2017

    Most successful race-car drivers always strive for more and Andy Bryant is no different. Bryant, the 18-year-old up-and-comer from Fort Scott, Kansas, is proud of a championship season in the Ozark Golf Cars USRA B-Mod division at Lucas Oil Speedway. Bryant won four times en route to his first track title at Lucas, where he finished 148 points in front of runner-up Kris Jackson.