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This is a collection of some of the best writers and  photographers in the country all with one purpose in mind SPRINT CARS. We have every corner of the U.S. covered here so sit back and check out some of the great columns, race results, & photos. If you have any sprint car news, results, or photos please send them to me.  Thanks, Allan Holland  My Pennsylvania land line 570-788-5446 is being eliminated. Please use cell phone 570-233-5438 for any phone calls or texts.

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A Typical Weekend Pat & Bruce Eckel (IN/IL) 10/23 BillW's Knoxville News Bill Wright 11/4 Hoosier Race Report Danny Burton (IN)1/25
Florida Open Wheel Richard Golardi 1/26 Tri-State Outlook Duane Hancock (OH/IN/MI) 9/1

NARC News Line Jim Allen 1/18 

From Spurs To Slide Jobs Ashley Zimmerman 1/4 From the Grandstand Ron Rodda (CA) 12/2  

Charles A. Wilson, 71, of Perrysburg, Ohio, passed away peacefully on Thursday January 19, 2023 in his home. Chuck was born November 27, 1951 in Toledo, Ohio to Kenneth and Margaret (Watterson) Wilson. On April 12, 1992, Chuck married Christine Pifer. Chuck worked in automotive aftermarket sales for over 40 years; recently with Ft. Meigs Auto and Schrader Tire & Oil. However, Chuck would tell you his true profession was being a racecar driver. He spent 45 years racing throughout the United States where he amassed a total of 55 feature wins and numerous championships.  Jim Fisher Photo

David Gravel Big Game Motorsports paint scheme for the 2023 World of Outlaws tour


Introducing Bell Kemenah Racing, led by veteran mechanics Brian Kemenah and Eric Manfrass. We’re excited to have Jadan Bowling, Gavan Boschele and Cullen Hutchison behind the wheel!

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National Sprint Car Hall of Fame inductee Gene Marderness has been shooting at Dirt Tracks across America since the 60's. He has tons of great classic shots and we are going to post some here in Gene's Corner.

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Young gun, 16-year-old Ryan Tinms from Oklahoma City, raced from inside the second row into the USCS Victory Lane at Volusia Speedway Park on Friday night in the Germfree Southern Sprint Car Shootout United Sprint Car Series 2023 season-opener.


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Saturday January 28th

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  • USAC)Taking advantage of a Chase Johnson miscue, “The Pride of Garden Grove” Brody Roa (Garden Grove, CA) led the final two laps to win back to back nights at Cocopah Speedway. Piloting Tom and Christy Dunkel’s #17R Inland Rigging / Dunkel Farms DRC, Roa earned the fifteenth AMSOIL USAC/CRA Sprint Car win of his career over Johnson, Sterling Cling, “The Cadillac” Cody Williams, and R.J. Johnson.USAC 1/28

  • USCS)Volusia Speedway Park FL...Feature (30 Laps): 1. 14C-Tyler Clem[1]; 2. 28F-Davie Franek[3]; 3. 17JR-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[2]; 4. 20-Anthony Macri[7]; 5. 5T-Ryan Timms[17]; 6. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[8]; 7. 28-Jordan Poirier[5]; 8. 10C-Paulie Colagiovanni[21]; 9. 7-Devon Borden[6]; 10. 9M-Liam Martin[4]; 11. 1C-Brenham Crouch[12]; 12. 24-Danny Martin Jr[19]; 13. 44-Chris Martin[16]; 14. 63-Josh Weller[22]; 15. 47-Eric Riggins Jr[14]; 16. 23R-Ryan Roberts[13]; 17. 23-Lance Moss[20]; 18. (DNF) 21-Gavan Boschele[15]; 19. (DNF) 0-Glenn Styres[9]; 20. (DNF) 15-Garrett Green[10]; 21. (DNF) G6-Brandon Grubaugh[24]; 22. (DNF) 10-Terry Gray[23]; 23. (DNF) 28W-Jeff Willingham[25]; 24. (DNF) 197-Ryan Harrison[18]; 25. (DNS) 3-AJ Maddox 1/28



  • USAC)Taking the lead from Tommy “Thunder” Malcolm on lap nineteen, “The Pride of Garden Grove” Brody Roa (Garden Grove, CA) led the rest of the way to capture the opening night for the AMSOIL USAC/CRA Sprint Car Series at Cocopah Speedway. Piloting Tom and Christy Dunkel’s #17R Inland Rigging / Dunkel Farms DRC, Roa earned the fourteenth series win of his career and the first for his brand new car owners in their first ever USAC/CRA event. “KTJ” Kevin Thomas Jr., Malcolm, “The Cadillac” Cody Williams, and “Chargin” Charles Davis Jr. followed Brody to the checkered flag. USAC 1/28


  • Premier Speedway AU)Following a drivers meeting, considering pending weather and condition of the surface, the decision has been made to abandon tonights proceedings. We aim to resume tonights program tomorrow afternoon at 3pm.Stay tuned to our socials for updates.1/28

  • ASCS Elite)Taking on a 20-night slate in 2023, the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating will feature events in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma. ASCS 1/28

  • World of Outlaws)After back-to-back championship runner-up efforts in their first two years together, David Gravel and Big Game Motorsports are confident the third time is the charm as they return to pursue their first World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series title in 2023. In 2022, the Tod Quiring-owned operation was closer than ever to reaching the mountaintop with Gravel taking the tight fight all the way down to the 69th and final race at World Finals. With Ohioan Cody Jacobs returning to his crew chief role, all major sponsors back on board, and Gravel more hungry than ever behind the wheel, the #2 is determined to finish #1 this season. World of Outlaws 1/28

  • Jacob Allen)Low-E returns as an associate sponsor for Jacob Allen and Shark Racing for 2023 season. The partnership began last May with the World of Outlaws Gettysburg Clash at Lincoln Speedway. What a great beginning. This season, Low-E Reflective Insulation will be represented on the nose wing again of the Shark Racing 1a at every World of Outlaws race in 2023. The staff from the New Oxford based Insulation Solution provider for the past 25 years is excited to have Jacob race a “Low-E Reflective Insulation” schemed car in eight races this year beginning with the final two rounds of the Low-E Reflective Insulation FL to PA Spring Showdown at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday, March 17 and Lincoln Speedway, Saturday March 18. Press Releases 1/28

  • USAC)Mitchel Moles took the USAC world by storm a year ago with five feature wins across the AMSOIL National Sprint Car and NOS Energy Drink National Midget divisions. Now the 23-year-old Raisin City, Calif. native tackles the challenge of the big cars in 2023, teaming with Wisconsin-based car owner Hans Lein and crew chief Greg Nelson to compete on all the dirt races throughout the USAC Silver Crown season. USAC 1/28

Friday January 27th


One of the secrets of life is that all that is really worth the doing is what we do for others.  Lewis Carroll



  • USCS)Young gun, 16-year-old Ryan Tinms from Oklahoma City, raced from inside the second row into the USCS Victory Lane at Volusia Speedway Park on Friday night in the Germfree Southern Sprint Car Shootout United Sprint Car Series 2023 season-opener. Timms bested a 39-car field of entries that included some of the bested winged sprint car drivers in North America and beyond from seventeen United States, Canada, and Great Britain to collect the $3000 paycheck in the weekend's 25-lap preliminary.USCS 1/27

  • Premier Speedway AU)Classic Night 1...1 #T62 Tate Frost 2 #NQ7 Lachie McHugh 3 #Q5 Brock Hallett 4 #W49 Brad Sweet 5 #T22 Jock Goodyer 6 #Q83 Steve Lines 7 #T14 Cole Macedo 8 #W2 Kerry Madsen 9 #V44 Darren Mollenouyux 10 #V98 Peter Doukas 11 #VA25 Jack Lee 12 #S38 Lachlan McDonough 13 #N48 Jackson Delamont 14 #V2 Jordan Rae 15 #N57 Matthew Dumesny 16 #V68 Brett Milburn 17 #S98 Chad Ely 18 #S96 Brendan Guerin 19 #D26 Todd Moule 20 #USA9 Chase Randall 21 #W17 Tyler Courtney 22 #W95 Brock Zearfoss 23 #Q17 Luke Oldfield 24 #USA 1 Justin Sanders 1/27



  • ASCS AZ)Keeping wingless racing alive at the Central Arizona Raceway, new promoter Brad Whitfield will feature the ASCS Arizona Non-Wing Sprint Cars on a regular basis at the high-banked, three-eighths-mile oval in 2023. Racing February through November, the wingless tour be featured in rotation with other weekly divisions, with ten events lining the 2023 lineup. ASCS 1/27

  • ASCS NP)Moving around four tracks in South Dakota and Wyoming in 2023, the ASCS Northern Plains region is slated to see action 11 times from May through September.ASCS 1/27

  • Len Sammons Productions)Ryan Flores registered an 8.059 clocking in Thursday night TQ Midget practice which stood as the fastest time among the 52 TQ teams that took to the Boardwalk Hall track in the five-hour session. The Indoor Auto Racing Series fueled by VP officially takes the green flag this weekend at the famous Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, where two Gambler’s Classic winner’s trophies and the TC Cup Championship award will be presented. Press Releases 1/27

  • Grant Sexton)2021 POWRi Southwest Lightning Sprint Car Series champion Grant Sexton has his eyes set on another title in 2023. The teenage racer will open his first full season of 410 sprint car racing and his campaign for “Rookie of the Year” when the USAC/CRA Sprint Car Series visits Arizona’s Cocopah Speedway this Friday and Saturday, January 27th and 28th. It will be his first ever time racing at the track known as the “Diamond in the Desert.”Press Releases 1/27

  • USAC)Championship driver Logan Seavey and championship entrant 2B Racing / Benic Enterprises have joined forces to compete as one on the USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship circuit in 2023. Seavey, the 2018 USAC National Midget driving titlist, has partnered with Benic, the 2005 USAC National Sprint Car entrant champ, to contest the series this coming season in the No. 2B, which carries primary sponsorship from Honest Abe Roofing, America’s Reliable Roofer, and the Newton family. Seavey possesses eight career USAC National Sprint Car feature wins while the 2B Racing team ranks 14th in all-time series feature victories with 31 scores. USAC 1/27

  • USCS)USCS Sprint Cars at Volusia LIVE! Friday 1/27 and Saturday 1/28 on DIRTVision   Just in the rare instance that you can't make it to Volusia Speedway Park for the Germfree Southern Sprint Car Shootout on Friday and Saturday, January 27th and 28th featuring the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars, you can view both nights of action via LIVE STREAM on DirtVision. For details on how to receive the LIVE STREAM please visit 1/27

Thursday January 26th


A good hockey player plays where the puck is. A great hockey player plays where the puck is going to be.  Wayne Gretzky



  • World of Outlaws)The "Rour for 4" is complete and now the "Drive for 5" is on for Brad Sweet and Kasey Kahne Racing. After announcing a multi-year extension to keep loyal partner NAPA Auto Parts on the #49, the four-time and reigning World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series champions announced today their intentions to return full-time in pursuit of a fifth consecutive title with The Greatest Show on Dirt in 2023. World of Outlaws 1/26

  • Placerville Speedway CA)Attention Placerville Speedway competitors. The 2023 track rules are now available on the website by visiting Please advise that all four divisions (Winged Sprints, Ltd. Late Models, Pure Stocks and Mini Trucks) have had various adjustments to the rules, so please take a look and see what has been updated for your specific class. We know a lot of work goes on during the off-season and can’t wait to see everyone back on track in less than two months. Here’s to a great 58th season of competition at Placerville Speedway! Russell Motorsports Inc. 1/26

  • USAC)There’s no doubt about it. Jake Swanson finished last season as one of the hottest drivers on the USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship tour. Now, the Anaheim, Calif. native aims to carry his substantial momentum into 2023 as he goes full-time with the series in the driver’s seat of Team AZ Racing’s No. 21AZ. USAC 1/26

  • USAC)Fresh off a stellar first season in which he captured USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship Rookie of the Year honors, Emerson Axsom is primed to compete for a season championship in 2023 during his first full season run with Clauson Marshall Racing. USAC 1/26

  • USAC)USAC has announced a number of rule updates and enforcements to be implemented beginning with the 2023 season for USAC’s Silver Crown National Championship, AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship and NOS Energy Drink Midget National Championship. Rule updates were discussed and voted upon by USAC competitors during the annual competition meetings held on December 12, 2022, at USAC headquarters in Indianapolis, Ind.USAC 1/26

  • ASCS Sooner)Looking to the 19th season of competition, the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Sooner Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products is slated for 21 events in Oklahoma, Missouri, and Kansas. Keeping the bulk of the racing in the “Sooner State”, 16 dates will stay inside Oklahoma borders. Oklahoma tracks include Arrowhead Speedway (1 night), Creek County Speedway (7 nights), Elk City Motorsports Park (1 night), Longdale Speedway (3 nights), Salina Highbanks Speedway (1 night), and Thunderbird Speedway (3 nights). ASCS

  • Column)Article and Photo from Richard Golardi: "Speedweeks National Series Sprint Car Racing Begins and “Race Village” Florida Open Wheel1/26



  • Borderline Speedway AU)1 #D5 James McFadden 2 #T22 Jock Goodyer 3 #V35 Jamie Veal 4 #Q5 Brock Hallett 5 #Q83 Steven Lines 6 #USA25 Sheldon Haudenschild 7 #S81 Luke Dillon 8 #S52 Matt Egel 9 #A1 Marcus Dumesny 10 #VA15 Jye Okeeffe 11 #W95 Brock Zearfoss 12 #V45 Rusty Hickman 13 #NQ7 Lachlan McHugh 14 #W2 Kerry Madsen 15 #N57 Matthew Dumesny 16 #W3 Callum Williamson 17 #S27 Daniel Pestka 18 #W17 Tyler Courtney 19 #Q27 Cody Maroske 20 #V11 Grant Anderson 1/26

  • USAC)Entering his third full season of USAC NOS Energy Drink Midget National Championship racing, Bryant Wiedeman has found a change of scenery for the 2023 campaign. The Colby, Kan. racer has teamed up with North Carolina-based CB Industries for the upcoming season slate after competing for Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports since 2020. Currently a 17-year-old high school junior at his hometown Colby High School, Wiedeman was among the most improved drivers on the USAC National Midget circuit in 2022, making all 32 feature starts while accumulating seven top-fives, 19 top-tens and tallying a career-best fourth place finish in the point standings.USAC 1/26

  • USAC)Legends of Racing, a series of documentaries highlighting the sagas of auto racing’s greatest drivers and personalities, will premiere on Tuesday, January 31 at 7 p.m. ET, exclusively on FloRacing. A FloSports Studios original, in association with the United States Auto Club (USAC), the first of many installments in the Legends of Racing series spotlights the triumph and tragedy of the Bettenhausen family and their pursuit of racing immortality on the rough and tumble AAA and USAC circuits en route to the Indianapolis 500. USAC 1/26

  • Andy Forsberg)Joining forces with longtime sponsor Pacific Highway Rentals and forming PHR Racing in 2022, Andy Forsberg was able to claim his ninth Placerville Speedway track championship and his first Sprint Car Challenge Tour Title. In 2023, the team will be back together as their schedule will look a little different than it has in years past, and Forsberg is also pleased to announce longtime partner, Red Line Oil, returning to the team. Press Releases 1/26

Wednesday January 25th

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  • Wilmot Raceway WI)The Kenosha County Fair’s Wilmot Raceway will have a new look to go with their exciting schedule. The third-mile clay oval will have completed a major offseason project when the gates open on opening night May 6th, as new aluminum bleachers will have been installed. The new bleachers were constructed in a manner that has the entire bleacher elevated on risers, and the entire bleacher comes with seat backs. The schedule itself has a great mix of specials, and is the only track in the region that hosts dates with the World of Outlaw, All Star, IRA, USAC, and MSA Sprint cars, plus Dirt King Late Models, and Badger Midgets too. Press Releases 1/25

  • ASCS)For the 2023 season, the rules that govern the American Sprint Car Series will only see updates to run of show and format. Car and Engine rules will remain the same. Rule updates are for National Tour events. Regional event format and run of show will remain otherwise unchanged except for the placement of lapped cars under cautions and red flags. ASCS 1/25

  • USAC)In terms of single-season feature starts, top-fives, top-tens and final points ranking, 2022 was a career year for veteran Matt Westfall on the USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship tour. Now, the Pleasant Hill, Ohio driver is eager to best his performance in 2023 as he goes full-time with the series as the driver of the Ohio-based Ray Marshall Motorsports No. 33m. USAC 1/25

  • Column)Danny Burton has Chapter 57 "Chicken Dinner" of his story about a racer. Hoosier Race Report 1/25

  • Bill Balog)Bill Balog and B Squared Motorsports will kick off their inaugural season partnering with Ozzie Motorsports at the 2023 DIRTcar Nationals, the 52nd Anniversary of Volusia Speedway Park’s showcase event, a two-week extravaganza of DIRTcar racing featuring the nation’s premier short-track racing divisions. After ten IRA Sprint Car Series Championships and two years competing with the Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions tour the newly formed team will look for Bill Balog’s fourth career ASCoC victory Tuesday, February 7th and Wednesday, February 8th. The team will continue the five day race run clashing with the The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars Thursday, February 9th through Saturday, February 11th in the Anderson’s Maple Syrup and Gibbsville Cheese backed 17B sprint car. Press Releases 1/25

  • SpeedSport)Tarlton Team Sets ‘Outlaw’ Slate With Cole Macedo 1/25

  • SpeedSport)Justin Peck: ‘We’re Going To Try To Run 100 Races’ 1/25

  • Frontrow Challenge)For the past 27 years, the Southern Iowa Speedway in Oskaloosa, IA has played host to one of the most anticipated events of the year; the Sage Fruit Front Row Challenge. Off and running in 2023, the 28th installment of the event is slated for August 7th, and tickets are now on sale. Press Releases 1/25

  • USCS)The 6th Annual USCS Winter Heat Series for the United Sprint Car Series winged sprint cars kicks off this Friday and Saturday nights January 27th and 28th at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida. The event features some of the top winged sprint car drivers in North America battling for their share of a $60,000+ purse in the inaugural Germfree Southern Sprint Car Shootout with $3000 going to Friday night's winner and $5000 up for grabs to the driver who reaches the Volusia Speedway Park as the victor on Saturday night. USCS 1/25



  • Len Sammons Productions)The Indoor Auto Racing Series fueled by VP Racing Fuels heads to the famous Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City this weekend, January 27 and 28. The 20th annual event sponsored by NAPA Auto Parts features a “Double Down” format consisting of not one, but two Gambler’s Classic TQ Midget 40 lap main events. Press Releases 1/25

  • SCCT)After releasing our rules package for the 2023 season, we had open conversations with many drivers and owners regarding ideas, opinions, and concerns. We appreciate the open dialog with all teams and thought this is what we would have had at the competition meeting held in December. However, only 3 teams were in attendance. Many of you may not be aware, but aluminum blocks were run in the state of California last season at a variety of tracks. We felt the need to put some guidelines in place, which is why it was added to our 2023 rules. Press Releases 1/25

  • World of Outlaws)After a standout debut season with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series, Spencer Bayston is back in the CJB Motorsports, TrueTimber #5 full-time with more improvement, more wins, and more experience on his mind.World of Outlaws 1/25

  • Brody Roa)When the USAC/CRA Sprint Cars Series kicks off its 24th season of racing at Brad Whitfield’s Cocopah Speedway this Friday and Saturday, January 27th and 28th, longtime fans are going to be in for a big surprise. When the first green flag flies to begin the new campaign, veteran racer Brody Roa will not be in his familiar bright green #91R. For 2023, Roa’s BR Performance is joining forces with Tom and Christy Dunkel and he will steer a white #17R throughout the year.

  • USAC)Just prior to the kickoff of his sophomore season on the USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship trail, Mitchel Moles is taking a weeklong hunting expedition. Throughout the 2023 season, the Raisin City, Calif. native will find himself on the hunt for a championship as he tackles the full series schedule for the first time aboard the Reinbold-Underwood Motorsports No. 19AZ. USAC 1/25

  • USAC)Fresh off his first career Chili Bowl Nationals victory a week-and-a-half ago, Logan Seavey has announced his intentions to compete full-time with the USAC NOS Energy Drink Midget National Championship in 2023 behind the wheel for Abacus Racing. Seavey (Sutter, Calif.), the 2018 USAC National Midget champion, will pilot the No. 57 for the Indianapolis, Ind. based entrant. It marks the first time the team, formed in 2021, will make a full-season points run in a national series. USAC 1/25

  • Thunder On The Hill)For thirty-one of the past thirty-three years, NAPA Auto Parts was the lead sponsor of the Thunder on the Hill Racing Series, and their flags will proudly wave again when this highly unique and successful series returns to the Grandview Speedway in 2023. The continuation of this partnership comes down to taking care of your sponsors and ensuring they are getting the maximum exposure and customer contacts. We were thrilled to hear from NAPA Representative John Hanlon that NAPA was returning for still another season of Thunder on the Hill events at Grandview Speedway. Press Releases 1/25

  • Tony Stewart Racing)The MadJax XSeries golf cart brand has reached a sponsorship agreement with Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing (TSR) and 10-Time World of Outlaws (WoO) NOS Energy Sprint Car Series Champion Donny Schatz for the 2023 season. MadJax, a subsidiary of Nivel Parts & Manufacturing, is an innovative leader with a long history in the golf cart parts and accessories market. Press Releases 1/25

Monday January 23rd


There are no strangers here; Only friends you haven't yet met.  William Butler Yeats



  • Volusia Speedway Park FL)History will be made at Volusia Speedway Park with the inaugural Germfree Southern Sprint Car Shootout, Jan. 26-28, and some of the biggest names in Sprint Car racing are set to join the field. The event will mark the United Sprint Car Series’ first time back at Volusia in 18 years and give fans the chance to see Sprint Car racing at the track for the first time in January since 1987.World of Outlaws 1/23

  • World of Outlaws)Remaining a constant with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series, Brock Zearfoss is set to bring the Moose's LZ Bar & Grill #3Z back on tour for a third consecutive season in 2023. The Jonestown, PA native is more confident than ever entering year three with new sponsors - Milton Hershey School and A.Lane Living - joining his program, a schedule allowing him to race close to home more often, and lofty, but realistic goals in mind for his family-owned operation.World of Outlaws 1/23

  • Xtreme Outlaw)After a career-best run at the 2023 Chili Bowl Nationals, Kyle Jones and the No. 7U Trifecta Motorsports team are committed to chasing the 2023 Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota championship. Jones and car owner Steve Carbone are currently in their fifth year of partnership, and already have some goals set for the 35-race slate. World of Outlaws 1/23

  • Fremont Speedway OH)Fremont Speedway will once again showcase a diversified schedule as “The Track That Action Built” prepares for its 72nd anniversary season. The action kicks off Saturday, April 15 on Johnny Auxter Opening Night, paying tribute to the hall-of-famer who competed at the track in 1951 and attended racing at the Sandusky County Fairground oval through the 2022 season. “We put together a diverse schedule that includes some great paying events. None of this would be possible without the race teams, our loyal fans and or fantastic marketing partners,” said Ryan Schiets of the Fremont Speedway Committee. Press Releases 1/23

  • Must See Racing)When the 2023 Must See Racing Sprint Series presented by Engine Pro schedule kicks off this Spring, it will mark Must See Racing’s 14th consecutive season of sanctioning winged asphalt 410 sprint car racing in the Midwest and Southeast. A new season brings new wrinkles. But in MSR’s case, the series will still offer edge of your seat racing and high-speed action. Whenever MSR comes to town, track records usually fall. The series bills itself as having “The fastest Short Track Cars in the World”. Press Releases 1/23

  • Smileys Racing Products)Smiley’s Racing Products has combined the Pre-Season Sale and Annual Swap Meet for ONE SUPER SATURDAY – JAN. 28, 2023! It’s their Biggest Annual Event!! Smiley’s is offering “deep discounts” to help racing teams “gear up” for the 2023 racing season. Almost Everything is on Sale! Press Releases 1/23

Sunday January 22nd


You figure that time could heal all wounds, but some people just really hold a crazy grudge.  Steven Adler



  • Sprintcar All Stars AU)In front of a record crowd at Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway USA25 Sheldon Haudenschild became the 13th winner of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge. The crowd had come with high expectations and weren’t disappointed. Race Results 1/22

  • CRSA)The “Future Stars of Sprint Cars” the Super Gen Products CRSA Sprints proudly announce an expanded 20-race schedule entering their eighteenth season of competition in 2023. CRSA Sprints competitors have seen steady growth in the last three seasons of competition, seeing car counts grow to record numbers as well as an expanded schedule from 13 (2019) to 16 in (2021 and 2022) to now 20 events for this upcoming season. The CRSA Sprints ran just four events in 2020 during a COVID-19 affected season. Press Releases 1/22

  • Len Sammons Productions)Day Two of the 2023 Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2023 show Saturday featured a guest appearance by NASCAR Cup driver Ryan Preece, the presentation of Best Booth Awards by the newly crowned Aqua Duck Water Transport Ms. Motorsports 2023 Lindsey Garl, and a rousing Roundtable stage discussion among Billy Pauch and many of his former car owners. Press Releases 1/22

  • RUSH)While the 2023 racing season is only a few months away, Hovis Auto & Truck Supply RUSH Racing Series presented by Born2Run Lubricants Directors Vicki Emig and Mike Leone put a final wrap on the 2022 racing season with the annual awards banquet and dinner on Saturday night at the Gatherings Banquet & Event Center. Press Releases 1/22

Saturday January 21st


It would take me three or four lifetimes to do everything I want. I'm a Brooklyn boy who learned to hustle, and I have to do something every day or I get the guilties.  Wolfman Jack



  • Top Gun)East Bay Raceway Park FL...A Feature 1 (27 Laps): 1. 21-Justin Webster[2]; 2. 82-Garrett Green[1]; 3. 20C-Steve Diamond Jr[3]; 4. 41-Luke Hill[5]; 5. G6-Brandon Grubaugh[9]; 6. 14-Danny Jones[13]; 7. 6S-Robbie Smith[17]; 8. 14C-Tyler Clem[6]; 9. 11B-Billy Bridges[7]; 10. 26-Jeff Bye[15]; 11. 12-David Kelley[4]; 12. 97-Dustin Burtron[14]; 13. 38-Tyler Orzechowski[18]; 14. 99-Tyler Porter[22]; 15. 11-Trey Meredith[11]; 16. 17C-Aileen Collins Love[12]; 17. 50-Joe Zuczek[10]; 18. 4-Scott Baldwin[20]; 19. 17-Owen Dimm[16]; 20. 2M-Bryan Riddle[21]; 21. 2R-Lucas Rodriguez[19]; 22. 32-Andrew Griffin[8]; 23. (DNS) 15-Andy Cobb; 24. (DNS) 10TRB-Bob Martin 1/21

  • PPB Motorsports)NASCAR Cup Stewart-Haas Racing Fan Favorite Ryan Preece Meets Fans At Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2023 Show On Day Two, Best Booth Awards Presented, Billy Pauch Car Owners Swap Stories, Memories On Stage; Dates Set For 2024 PPB Motorsports Show  Press Releases 1/21



  • Photos)Shots by Steve Koletar from the PPB Motorsports show in Oaks PA are in SpeedShotz  1/21

  • Murray Bridge Speedway AU)Wingless Sprints...1 #S23 Jack McCarthy 2 #S36 Ryan Alexander 3 #S91 Brent Fox 4 #S26 Rylan Furler 5 #S5 Joel Chadwick 6 #S20 Harley Alexander 7 #S8 Darryl Sloan 8 #S27 Mitchell Rigney 9 #S1 Tyson Martin 10 #S55 Robert Heard 11 #S15 Hayden Vickers 12 #S19 Michael Spoljaric 13 #S6 Tyson Newton 14 #S49 Darryl Knuckey 15 #S41 Bronson Mauro 16 #S18 Jenna Kervers 17 #S33 Brad Evans 18 #S10 William Caruso 19 #S14 Matthew Tyler 20 #S50 Jordon Bolitho 1/21

  • Toowoomba Speedway AU)1 #Q27 Cody Maroske 2 #NS4 Ian Madsen 3 #Q5 Brock Hallett 4 #T22 Jock Goodyer 5 #N99 Carson Macedo 6 #N55 Jessie Attard 7 #D2 Ben Atkinson Jr 8 #T77 Brooke Tatnell 9 #Q83 Steven Lines 10 #Q17 Luke Oldfield 11 #USA56 Aaron Reutzel 12 #USA1 Justin Sanders 13 #NQ7 Lachlan McHugh 14 #Q66 Ryan Newton 15 #Q90 Anthony Lambert 16 #N57 Matt Dumesny 17 #N92 Sam Walsh 18 #Q91 Taylor Prosser 19 #NQ10 Jy Corbet 20 #Q59 Kevin Titman 1/21

  • Simpson Speedway AU)All Stars...1 #USA25 Sheldon Haudenschild 2 #USA9 Chase Randall 3 #V11 Grant Anderson 4 #V83 Chris Solomon 5 #V18 Chris Temby 6 #V7 Paul Solomon 7 #S33 Mark Caruso 8 #SA24 Ricky Maiolo 9 #V68 Brett Milburn 10 #S37 Terry Kelly 11 #V1 Brenten Farrer 12 #D26 Todd Moule 13 #V44 James Mcfadden 14 #D7 Matthew Reed 15 #V29 Michael Tancredi 16 #VA91 Daniel Scott 17 #V45 Rusty Hickman 18 #SA14 Brendan Quinn 19 #V78 Chris Campbell 20 #V73 Charles Hunter 1/21

  • Perth Motorplex AU)1 #US17 Tyler Courtney 2 #3 Callum Williamson 3 #77w David Priolo 4 #25 Taylor Milling 5 #US26 Cory Eliason 6 #2w Kerry Madsen 7 #2 Dayne Kingshott 8 #11 Jason Kendrick 9 #S51 Luke Dillon 10 #14 Jason Pryde 11 #8 Andrew Priolo 12 #77 Bradley Maiolo 13 #94 Matthew Cross 14 #79 Kris Coyle 15 #9 AJ Nash 16 #US95 Brock Zearfoss 17 #80 James Inglis 18 #65 Russell Taylor 19 #97w Ken Sartori 20 #44 Ryan Lancaster 21 #14w Robbie Farr 22 #22 Daniel Harding 23 #19 Trent Pigdon 24 #67 Jaydee Dack 25 #16 Nathan Swan Speedcars 1 #NZ4 Michael Pickens 2 #4 Kaiden Manders 3 #7 Tom Payet 4 #17 Daniel Harding 5 #52 Lee Redmond 6 #51 Beau Doyle 7 #9 Vaughan Manders 8 #95 Lee Austen 9 #71 Daniel Golding 10 #76 Patrick Watson 11 #89 Cory Smith 12 #88 Matt Watkins 13 #73 Declan Minchin 14 #30 Aron Sharp 15 #75 Joel Watson 16 #23 Glen Mears 17 #97 Gary Mann   1/21


  • Chuck Wilson)Charles A. Wilson, 71, of Perrysburg, Ohio, passed away peacefully on Thursday January 19, 2023 in his home. Chuck was born November 27, 1951 in Toledo, Ohio to Kenneth and Margaret (Watterson) Wilson. On April 12, 1992, Chuck married Christine Pifer. Chuck worked in automotive aftermarket sales for over 40 years; recently with Ft. Meigs Auto and Schrader Tire & Oil. However, Chuck would tell you his true profession was being a racecar driver. He spent 45 years racing throughout the United States where he amassed a total of 55 feature wins and numerous championships.

  • Tulsa King)Check out "Tulsa King" The Story of Winning a Fifth Golden Driller. Well made and detailed documentary 1/21

  • FloRacing)National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member Jack Hewitt and his wife lost their van in a highway fire on their way home from the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl. 1/21

Friday January 20th


Youth is incredible because you really do feel invincible. Paul Stanley                        



  • Top Gun)East Bay Raceway Park FL...A Feature 1 (25 Laps) 1. 20C-Steve Diamond Jr[8]; 2. 14C-Tyler Clem[6]; 3. 82-Garrett Green[14]; 4. 32-Andrew Griffin[5]; 5. 14-Danny Jones[4]; 6. 11B-Billy Bridges[1]; 7. 41-Luke Hill[7]; 8. 6S-Robbie Smith[2]; 9. 10TRB-Bob Martin[16]; 10. 17-Owen Dimm[9]; 11. 50-Joe Zuczek[11]; 12. 97-Dustin Burtron[15]; 13. 38-Tyler Orzechowski[12]; 14. 2R-Lucas Rodriguez[22]; 15. 11-Trey Meredith[10]; 16. 15-Andy Cobb[13]; 17. 99-Tyler Porter[21]; 18. 4-Scott Baldwin[19]; 19. 21-Justin Webster[3]; 20. 89-Billy Boyd Jr[18]; 21. G6-Brandon Grubaugh[17]; 22. 2M-Bryan Riddle[20]; 23. (DNS) 91-Kyle Connery 1/20

  • Toowoomba Speedway AU)1 #Q27 Cody Maroske 2 #N99 Carson Macedo 3 #Q5 Brock Hallett 4 #T22 Jock Goodyer 5 #NQ7 Lachlan McHugh 6 #NS4 Ian Madsen 7 #USA1 Justin Sanders 8 #Q66 Ryan Newton 9 #USA56 Aaron Reutzel 10 #Q83 Steven Lines 11 #NQ10 Jy Corbet 12 #N55 Jessie Attard 13 #Q17 Luke Oldfield 14 #N57 Matt Dumesny 15 #T77 Brooke Tatnell 16 #T14 Cole Macedo 17 #D2 Ben Atkinson Jnr 18 #Q91 Taylor Prosser 19 #Q90 Anthony Lambert 20 #A1 Marcus Dumesny 1/20



  • World of Outlaws)Kasey Kahne's legacy with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series will continue growing in 2023 as he returns to full-time competition with The Greatest Show on Dirt. World of Outlaws 1/20

  • World of Outlaws)Giovanni Scelzi, one of the most prominent rising stars in Sprint Car racing, is set to join the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series full-time in 2023. The Fresno, CA driver, son of drag racing legend Gary Scelzi, will run his first full World of Outlaws tour this year with KCP Racing, which is making its first full-time return since 2019.World of Outlaws 1/20

  • SCCT)With the season roughly two months away the Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour presented by Abreu Vineyards has announced several technical and general rules updates for the fast-approaching campaign. Some of the pertinent rule updates and modifications for this season include the implementation of fire suppression systems, along with an update to the weight rule, tires, aluminum block engines, double file restarts and guaranteed time in the work area. Traction control devices as always, are prohibited, and will present a stiff penalty if found. Press Releases 1/20

  • Briggs Danner)Briggs Danner is joining #39 Hogue Racing for 2023 in both 410 & 360 wing and non-wing racing. 1/20

  • RPM Workshops)The nomination ballot has been set for the 47th Annual Auto Racing Promoter of the Year, regional Auto Racing Promoter’s of the Year and the RPM Outstanding Event of the Year and is released below. Voting begins today and will run through midnight on Wednesday, February 1st, 2023 to determine all award winners. Press Releases 1/20

  • MSCS)2023 Midwest Sprint Car Series Schedule Press Releases 1/20

  • Sprintcar All Srars AU)With just over 24 hours till the winner of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge is decided and the anticipation builds for the event we need to take bit of time out. Press Releases 1/20

Thursday January 19th

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Never do a wrong thing to make a friend or to keep one.  Robert E. Lee




  • Top Gun)East Bay Raceway Park FL...A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 20C-Steve Diamond Jr[1]; 2. 14C-Tyler Clem[5]; 3. 82-Garrett Green[3]; 4. 21-Justin Webster[17]; 5. 41-Luke Hill[4]; 6. 6S-Robbie Smith[2]; 7. 50-Joe Zuczek[9]; 8. 11B-Billy Bridges[6]; 9. 11-Trey Meredith[8]; 10. 32-Andrew Griffin[15]; 11. 17-Owen Dimm[14]; 12. 38-Tyler Orzechowski[10]; 13. 10TRB-Bob Martin[13]; 14. 99-Tyler Porter[16]; 15. 15-Andy Cobb[11]; 16. 14-Danny Jones[7]; 17. 97-Dustin Burtron[12]; 18. (DNS) 91-Kyle Connery 1/19


  • POWRi)Keeping pace with the burgeoning growth of 360-Wing desert-region sprint racing for their third year of operation, the POWRi Desert Wing Sprint Series will see a fourteen-event season spanning from April until October. Venturing to a trio of fast-paced racing venues across a pair of desert states with returning trips to fan-favorite facilities. Revisiting Aztec Speedway, in Aztec New Mexico, will highlight the POWRi DWSS year beginning with April 14-15 then back again on July 28-29. Press Releases 1/19

  • Braden Chiaramonte)One of open-wheel racing’s brightest young stars, Braden Chiaramonte, continued to shine in his first-ever appearance at the prestigious Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. As per usual, the young driver created an incredibly positive impression this time against some of the biggest stars in racing over his two nights of action. Press Releases 1/19

  • Kerry Madsen)For Kerry Madsen and the Krikke Motorsport team, it had been a total of 1045 days since they haveraced together. However, last Wednesday night’s practice session at the Perth Motorplex ended the long separation, when Madsen jumped back behind the wheel of the WA # 2 Krikke Motorsport Maxim. Press Releases 1/19

  • Danny Dietrich)“Double-D” Danny Dietrich and Gary Kauffman Racing will ignite the new year in traditional, southern swing fashion, set to join the All Star Circuit of Champions in a two-day visit to Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia, on Friday and Saturday, February 3-4. Dietrich, certainly no stranger to All Star competition with four victories amassed in 2022, will chase a weekend share equaling $18,000 in his Peach State stay – $8,000 in Friday’s opener and $10,000 in Saturday’s All Star finale. Press Releases 1/19

  • Rico Abreu)St. Helena, California’s Rico Abreu and Keith Kunz Motorsports made their 2023 Chili Bowl Nationals effort loud and clear at the Tulsa Expo Raceway in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and although the former two-time champion was unable to secure a third-ever feat, concluding his campaign 21st in Saturday’s 55-lap rundown, Abreu accomplished head turning results along the way including a podium outcome in the annual Race of Champions, followed by a preliminary night victory – a sixth consecutive and the eighth of his career. Press Releases 1/19

  • PPB Motorsports 2023)Doors at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center swing open at 2 PM on Friday, January 20 for the first day of the 2023 Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports Show. New this year is the EZ Work Trucks Happy Hour Friday. From 5 PM to 9 PM, two tickets can be purchased to the show for just $20. There will also be beer specials. Opening Day highlights include meet and greet autograph sessions with Dirt Modified legend Billy Pauch and Drag Racing pioneer Bruce Larson at 5:30 PM and 6 PM respectively. Pauch returns at 6:30 PM, joined by several of his fellow competitors for some fun conversation. Press Releases 1/19

  • NARC)The Northern Auto Racing Club rolled out its 2023 sprint car rulebook which features safety, equipment and format changes. On the safety side of the racing business, fire suppression systems are required on every car by May 1st, and rock screens are required beginning at the NARC season opener on March 18th at Silver Dollar Speedway. The fire suppression rule is being mirrored by all sanctioning bodies and local tracks on the left coast. NARC 1/19

  • Eastern Creek Speedway AU)26th Australian Sprintcar Open set for Sydney in 2024 - Race Week at the Creek! Following the sad announcement that Archerfield Speedway in Brisbane will close this year, with June 3 being the last event, Eastern Creek Speedway in Sydney is honoured to be hosting the 26th running of the Australian Sprintcar Open. The event will be held over two nights on January 12 and 13 in 2024 and will continue the tradition of the race. It will follow the Sydney Sprintcar Royale weekend of January 5 and 6. The Open will pay $26,000 to win over 40 laps, on the back of the Royale paying $20,000 to win. More details will be available later in the season....1/19

Wednesday January 18th

                                               Dirt Track History

Failure doesn't kill you... it increases your desire to make something happen.  Kevin Costner



  • DIRTVision)Fans will have a new reason to be excited about DIRTVision’s premier lineup of live weekly racing this year with the addition of Sharon Speedway. The historic Ohio track, owned by 1995 World of Outlaws Sprint Car champion Dave Blaney, will have its weekly events from May to September streamed live on DIRTVision, highlighted by World of Outlaws events, Western PA Speedweeks with 410 Sprint Cars, Pro Stock Nationals and the Applefest Nationals, featuring 410 Sprint Cars, Big Block Modifieds and several other divisions.World of Outlaws 1/18

  • New Egypt Speedway NJ)This past Monday, January 16th, the New Egypt Speedway began a new chapter in its storied history. Rick Grosso, Jr. signed a deal acquiring control of the central Jersey facility from Fred Vahlsing. The agreement by Grosso puts the speedway back into the hands of the family that put it on the map 25 years ago when they rebuilt it into an award-winning dirt track. "I am happy to announce that New Egypt is once again part of our family," stated a happy Grosso after inking the deal. "We put a lot of hard work into building the track and operating it for 9 seasons (1998-2006), and I am looking forward to regaining our reputation as the region's premier speedway."  Press Releases 1/18

  • FloRacing)Some of Sprint Car racing's biggest and brightest stars are already announcing their intentions to compete full-time with the High Limit Sprint Car Series

  • Brad Sweet/KKR)Kasey Kahne Racing (KKR) and NAPA announced today that they have agreed to a multi-year contract extension. Brad Sweet will continue to pilot the team’s No.49 machine as he has been the primary driver since 2017 when the partnership began.

  • Thunder On The Hill)Steve Smith won the first ever Thunder on the Hill Racing Series event at Grandview Speedway in August of 1990. 33 years Later. . . . . 149 Thunder on the Hill events were presented at Grandview $5,395,670 total payout to drivers. Central PA 1/18

  • RPM Workshops)The 50th Annual RPM@Daytona Workshops will celebrate it’s Golden Anniversary at the Shores Resort & Spa in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida, February 12th, 13th and 14th. Registration for the 50th Annual RPM@Daytona Workshops are now open. Registration online can be completed here; or the form located here may be filled out and returned to RPM via fax (716.685.0923) or e-mail: This and more information can be found at There is no “late registration” fee and registrations may be completed “at the door”. 1/18

  • Sprintcar All Stars AU)Hell Yeh........... With the announcement yesterday that JLR/Haudenschild Racing weren’t visiting Queensland this coming Saturday the team have managed to source a 360 engine and announce that they will now compete in the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge. Haudenschild notoriously runs the wall around at any race track and we can’t wait to see him do the same at Simpson and fortunately they have extended their catch fence height this season and might just need it to keep him contained. ‘To have Sheldon come to Simpson and run our show is just unbelievable. It’s a pinch me and see if it’s real moment. I never thought I would get to write the name Haudenschild in my Nomination list!! What an honour for us and for our guys to have the opportunity to race against him.” a very excited Mandy Searle said. With the car count tipping 40 make sure you get there to see how Sheldon handles the light little bull ring at Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway this Saturday night, its guaranteed that the show will be next level 1/18

  • Column)Jim Allen has sprint car news from the West coast and tire news in NARC News Line 1/18

  • POWRi)Highly anticipated events on fan-favorite and familiar running grounds are on the yearly schedule for the 2023 POWRi Wingless Auto Racing Sprint League with twenty-four tentative events spanning nine separate venues throughout the Midwest. Press Releases 1/18

Tuesday January 17th


It isn't the mountains ahead to climb that wear you out; it's the pebble in your shoe.  Muhammad Ali



  • Volusia Speedway Park FL)Ryan Harrison and his family have made a tradition of venturing from their North Hampshire home in England to Volusia Speedway Park in Florida for Speedweeks the last few years. This year, he’ll be a part of it, racing with the United Sprint Car Series during the inaugural Germfree Southern Sprint Car Shootout, Jan. 26-28. Press Releases 1/17

  • Must See Racing)Must See Racing recognized its top drivers and teams from the 2022 season during the sanctioning body’s Night of Champions celebration Saturday at Quality Inn Perrysburg. Chief among the banquet’s honored guests were Must See Racing National Sprint Car Series champion Charlie Schultz and Must See Racing Midwest Lights titlist Cody Gallogly. Both drivers earned their first Must See Racing championships last year. Press Releases 1/17

  • Tanner Carrick)Tanner Carrick had a quick winter as per usual. This past week, the Lincoln, CA driver kicked his 2023 season off at the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals where he recorded a fifth-place finish on his qualifying night and ultimately finished 10th in the Saturday night ‘B’. Press Releases 1/17

Sunday January 15th


That says it all. When you say, 'Victory,' that says it all.  Drew Brees



  • Port Royal Speedway PA)Port Royal Speedway is set to host a jam-packed 37-race schedule during the 2023 racing season featuring 14 different divisions throughout the year. The Weikert’s Livestock 410 Sprint Cars will be featured a total of 31 times beginning with the 81st Annual Opening Day presented by Packer's Concessions, LLC., LLC. on March 5th at 2:00pm and concluding with a $6000-to-win event on Friday, Oct. 13th as part of the Short Track Super Series event. Central PA 1/15

  • Sprintcar All Stars AU)All Star Legend Phil Lock has been MIA this season after an accident put him on the side lines at the 360 Australia Title last year. But with the upcoming Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge on the calendar Locky has been getting toey. Press Releases 1/15

  • Column)Danny Burton has chapter 56 of his story "Indiana Midget Week" Hoosier Race Report1/15



  • Chili Bowl)Winning his first Midget race in over a year on Friday, that was quickly joined with a win on the biggest stage in Midget racing Saturday night when California’s Logan Seavey held off the charge of Tanner Thorson to win the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire. ASCS 1/15

Saturday January 14th  

    The average dog is a nicer person than the average person.  Andy Rooney



  • Avalon Raceway AU)1 #V90 Corey McCullagh 2 #V68 Brett Milburn 3 #V45 Rusty Hickman 4 #S27 Daniel Pestka 5 #T62 Tate Frost 6 #V2 Jordan Rae 7 #V11 Grant Anderson 8 #T7 Tim Hutchins 9 #VA29 Terry Rankin 10 #V8 Bobby Daly 11 #VA36 Ashley Cook 12 #V48 Adam King 13 #VA4 Carly Walsh 14 #V17 Dennis Jones 15 #V49 Josh Buckingham 16 #VA88 Grant Stansfield 17 #D7 Matthew Reed 18 #V72 Jacob Smith 1/14

  • Bunbury Speedway AU)1 #USA26 Corey Eliason 2 #8wx David Priolo 3 #19 Trent Pigdon 4 #79 Kris Coyle 5 #11 Jason Kendrick 6 #2 Dayne Kingshott 7 #97 Mitchell Wormall 8 #USA17 Tyler Courtney 9 #USA95 Brock Zearfoss 10 #8 Andrew Priolo 11 #14 Jason Pryde 12 #77 Bradley Maiolo 13 #67 Jaydee Dack 14 #6 Todd Davis 15 #22 Daniel Harding 16 #80 James Inglis 17 #3 Callum Williamson 18 #44 Ryan Lancaster 19 #65 Russell Taylor 1/14

  • Archerfield Speedway AU)1 #T22 Jock Goodyer 2 #Q17 Luke Oldfield 3 #T14 Cole Macedo 4 #N57 Matt Dumesny 5 #USA9 Chase Randall 6 #Q83 Steven Lines 7 #T77 Brooke Tatnell 8 #V35 Jamie Veal 9 #Q5 Brock Hallett 10 #N56 Michael Saller 11 #USA1 Justin Sanders 12 #N99 Carson Macedo 13 #Q2 Brent Kratzmann 14 #NQ7 Lachlan McHugh 15 #A1 Marcus Dumesny 16 #NS4 Ian Madsen 17 #N92 Sam Walsh 18 #Q66 Ryan Newton 19 #Q7 Aaron Kelly 20 #NQ10 Jy Corbet 1/14


  • BAPS Motor Speedway PA)There is a different look and feel to the 410 Sprint Car schedule at BAPS Motor Speedway in 2023. Six weeks ago, the management team at the speedway announced that the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series would invade the York Haven, Pa., facility for the first time in 30 years. But that was only part of the equation. Speedway owner Scott Gobrecht and General Manager Kolten Gouse wanted to up the ante and revamped the schedule, adding 10 more 410 Sprint Car dates. The 11-race series is the biggest and most lucrative for the 410 Sprint Car division at the speedway since Gobrecht took over before the 2016 season. Central PA1/14

  • Thunder On The Hill)This could very well be the most exciting variety of racing events ever packed into one Thunder Series and it all opens on Sunday night, May 28 at the Grandview Speedway with the kickoff of the thirty-fourth season of the NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Racing Series. Four totally unique racing events are planned and include the popular Modifieds, the USAC Non-Wing Sprints National Tour, the Pennsylvania Sprint Speed Week Series and the highly anticipated High Limit 410 Sprints racing for a top prize of $23,023 to win the 40 lap event. Central PA1/14

  • Action Sprints)The Pinty’s Action Sprint Tour Crate Sprint Car series is ready for season six! Series officials are excited to announce a total of 25 AST sanctioned events in 2023, and combined championship points funds in excess of $35,000. Press Releases 1/14

Friday January 13th  

          If the song makes it and people like it, then I guess that's all that matters, really.  Jeff Beck



  • Chili Bowl)Getting the lead and never looking back, California’s Logan Seavey sailed the Swindell SpeedLab No. 39 into Victory Lane Friday night during Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Tulsa Qualifying Night at the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire.  ASCS 1/13

  • Photos)Shots from the York County Racing Club banquet by Steve Koletar are in  SpeedShotz 1/13

  • CRASH PAD) Things are so busy here at Crash Pad and at Denny Gross Motorsports that I haven’t been able to follow The Chili Bowl activities as I wanted to. However, I’ll catch up on the results this week. Congratulations to all the winners and all the competitors who put forth their best effort in search of Victory! Here at Crash Pad, we hope that everyone that had a Crash Pad seat insert that Reduces Your Risk of Spinal Injury in their car, didn’t need it except for the comfort. And to those that tested their roll cage, we hope the incident didn’t have you thinking in mid-air that you wished you had installed a Crash Pad! But, if you did, we have Crash Pads in stock ready to ship. Get yours now, online at or from one of our many Dealers. That way, on your next space flight, you can just think about how big your repair bill is going to be. 717-235-7250. 1/13

  • World of Outlaws)Logan Schuchart ended the 2022 World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series season with the same number of wins as Brad Sweet. However, Sweet won the title, while Schuchart finished sixth in points. He’s eager to change that in 2023. Already ahead of where he and the Shark Racing team were last year in preparation for the new season, Schuchart has his eyes on a second DIRTcar Nationals Big Gator Championship in February to help kick off a World of Outlaws championship run.World of Outlaws 1/13

Thursday January 12th  

                                         I would rather be ashes than dust! I would rather be a superb meteor, every atom of me in magnificent glow, than a sleepy and permanent planet.  Jack London



  • Chili Bowl)Putting things in overdrive on Saturday night, Tanner Thorson served notice with an absolutely dominating performance on Thursday’s John Christner Trucking Qualifying Night at the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire. What looked like a rocky start to his night with a spin in his OERB Heat Race, Thorson immediately bounced back to win his opening laps of competition. Sixth to second in his Team Toyota Qualifier, from there, it was lights out for the Maestro Classic/Bob Hurley RV No. 88 ASCS 1/12


  • Len Sammons Productions)Andy Mackereth Won The First Atlantic City Gambler’s Classic 20 Years Ago: Times, Names May Have Changed But Boardwalk Hall Mystique Endures Atlantic City, NJ - Twenty years ago, on Saturday, January 18, 2003, Mississauga, ONT TQ Midget driver Andy Mackereth became the first Atlantic City Indoor Race winner in 22 years. The event marked the debut of Len Sammons promoted racing events at Boardwalk Hall, after a tradition that had started in 1965 by George Stockinger came to an end in 1981. Press Releases 1/12

  • PPB Motorsports)NASCAR Cup series driver Ryan Preece will be making a special appearance at the Pioneer Pole Building Motorsports 2023 Show to meet and greet his legions of fans at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center. The event runs on Friday January 20th from 2 to 9 PM and Saturday, January 21 from 11 AM to 8 PM. Press Releases 1/12

  • Sprintcar All Stars AU)3 drivers have already taken the accolades and the money in the past for the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge and are lining up again to try and become the first two time winner.Press Releases 1/12

  • World of Outlaws)Federated Auto Parts has signed a multi-year deal to sponsor the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car work zone, select events and serve as title sponsor for DIRTcar Nationals.World of Outlaws 1/12



  • Chili Bowl)Making the move for the lead through the final two turns, Rico Abreu, threw the Hoosiers on the cushion and shot past Mitchel Moles for his eighth career Chili Bowl preliminary victory. Grabbing the win for Keith Kunz Motorsports/Curb-Agajanian, the triumph is the 34th in Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire competition for Keith as a car owner and is the 12th consecutive event that his team has won a Chili Bowl A-Feature. ASCS 1/12

  • Archerfield Speedway AU)1 #A1 Marcus Dumesny 2 #Q5 Brock Hallett 3 #USA1 Justin Sanders 4 #Q66 Ryan Newton 5 #T77 Brooke Tatnell 6 #Q83 Steven Lines 7 #NQ7 Lachlan McHugh 8 #N57 Matt Dumesny 9 #N99 Carson Macedo 10 #N56 Michael Saller 11 #V35 Jamie Veal 12 #T22 Jock Goodyer 13 #NS4 Ian Madsen 14 #Q55 Jayden Peacock 15 #Q17 Luke Oldfield 16 #Q54 Randy Morgan 17 #V98 Peter Doukas 18 #T14 Cole Macedo 19 #NQ10 Jy Corbet 20 #Q2 Brent Kratzmann 1/12


  • Ashton Torgerson)Ashton Torgerson was transported to a Tulsa hospital following an accident during Wednesday's preliminary featureevent at the Chili Bowl Nationals. Ashton was alert and communicating with track officials before being transported. We will update when we have more information. "Ashton is alert and talking. Moving hands and feet He is passing all the administered tests thus far and is about to go in for a cat scan. Thank you for the outpouring of support." Update from the Torgerson Family January 11th at 11:20PM (CT). 1/12

  • Tommy Dunkel)The next time somebody tells you dreams do not come true, we ask that you have them call Tommy Dunkel. Last Thanksgiving weekend he had a dream come true when he raced in the sprint car portion of the Turkey Night Grand Prix at the Ventura Raceway. Thursday night, Dunkel will realize another racing dream when he takes a green flag for his first-ever midget race in the 37th Annual Chili Bowl Midget Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  Press Releases 1/12

  • Braden Chiaramonte)Two weeks after contesting the Tulsa Shootout in the massive SageNet Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Southern California teenage racer Braden Chiaramonte will return this week to compete in the biggest midget race in the world, the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. For the highly anticipated race, he will be wheeling the Pete Davis-owned #00B Hot Head Engine Heaters/Esslinger Engineering/RTL Traffic/AM Ortega/Spike Chassis/Esslinger midget. Press Releases 1/12

  • USCS)The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters returns after an eighteen-year absence to Volusia Speedway Park in DeLeon Sprints, Florida as headliners of the Germfree Southern Sprint Car Shootout on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, January 26th, 27th and 28th, 2023. The event kicks off the United Sprint Car Series 2023 and 27th Anniversary season at the famed half-mile clay oval known for some of the biggest dirt racing events in the World. USCS 1/12

Wednesday January 11th  

                                         Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man.  Benjamin Franklin



  • FloRacing)Wednesday's roster at the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals includes Rico Abreu, Sammy Swindell and Thomas Meseraull.

  • PPB Motorsports 2023)Driver autographs, race car displays and much more will greet fans when they enter the Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2023 show. The magic will begin at the front entrance of the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center when the doors open on Friday January 20th at 2 PM and Saturday, January 21st at 11 AM where you’ll find the show sponsors huge display. Press Releases 1/11

  • World of Outlaws)The World of Outlaws World Finals format has been enhanced this year for fans to see all three series on all four days of the event when all dirt roads lead to The Dirt Track at Charlotte on Nov. 1-4. Continuing to feature the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series, World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Models and Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modifieds, the 2023 edition of World Finals will see Qualifying (for Thursday and Friday’s programs) for the three series completed on Wednesday and then full race programs for each series Thursday through Saturday – like last year, points earned throughout the week will set the lineups for Saturday’s Heat Races.World of Outlaws 1/11

  • USCS)Fourteen-time and defending USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee, who was a 2022 National Sprint Car Hall of Fame inductee, leads a strong contingent of United Sprint Car Series (USCS) winged sprint car drivers into the USCS season opener Volusia Speedway Park on Friday and Saturday, January 27th and 28th for the Germfree Southern Sprint Car Shootout sprint car speed spectacular. USCS 1/11

Tuesday January 10th  

                                         Sure the fight was fixed. I fixed it with a right hand.  George Foreman



  • Chili Bowl)A race of ups, downs, and every direction in between, Tuesday’s Warren CAT Qualifying Night came down to the wire with Oklahoma’s Hank Davis proving the underdog still has a shot at the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire by fending off Spencer Bayston for his first career preliminary night victory. ASCS 1/10



  • FloRacing)Take a look at the list of drivers that will be competing during Tuesday's preliminary night at the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals.

  • Bailey Goodwin)AS the saying goes, there is no I in team, and for Bailey Goodwin, the support of his team has been one of the keys to his pleasing run so far in the 2022-23 season campaign in the Wingless Sprint ranks. Currently in his fifth season in Wingless Sprints, Goodwin, aged 22, is enjoying his most competitive season, which currently sees him leading the NSW Club Championship point standings and also sitting second in the Eastern Creek Speedway Track Championship point standings behind Jason Bates.Press Releases 1/10

  • Saller Motorsport)Despite the best efforts of numerous parties, Saller Motorsport are unfortunately at a 2 week hiatus regarding the reviewal of a visa for Aaron Reutzel and his 2023 campaign. This is an extremely disappointing situation for numerous parties due to the commitment and lengths Saller Motorsport went too to arrange this deal which included backing from Toyota Racing Development. Not to mention the support from local tracks and the Australian fans who all wanted to see the 56USA roll into the pits at a track near them this Australian summer.Press Releases 1/10

  • Sprintcar All Stars AU)Young hard charging Texan Chase Randall has been in Australia since Christmas and so far has picked up the 410 SA/Vic Speedweek, the NSW/Qld Speedweek running at as many tracks as possible with some pretty solid results. Press Releases 1/10

Monday January 9th  

                                         A man is not finished when he is defeated. He is finished when he quits.  Richard M. Nixon



  • Chili Bowl)A nail-biter of a race during Monday’s Cummins Qualifying Night, the annual tradition of the O’Reilly Auto Parts Race of Champions brought the crowd to their feet with Spencer Bayston adding his name to the list of winners in the events fifteenth edition. ASCS 1/9

  • Chili Bowl)Fending off the field is one thing, but doing so with a failing right rear tire made Cannon McIntosh’s win during Monday’s Cummins Qualifying Night even sweeter at the 37th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire. “That yellow coming out, I didn’t know if it was a good or bad thing, not knowing how many laps were left, but I had zero confidence going into the restart. I could hear the right rear just rolling over in the corner, and I could feel it every caution lap we rolled, but thankfully there were only three to go,” explained McIntosh of the situation. ASCS 1/9

  • Photos)Shots by Hein Brothers from practice night at the Chili Bowl in Tulsa OK are in  SpeedShotz 1/9



  • FloRacing)Take a look at the drivers who will be competing during Monday's Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals qualifying night in Tulsa, Oklahoma. 1/9

  • Eddie Tafoya Jr)Eddie Tafoya Jr., the 2019 USAC/CRA Rookie of the Year and 2018 Perris Auto Speedway Young Guns Sprint Car Champion, will take the next step in his racing career with an expanded schedule in the USAC National Sprint Car Series in 2023. Starting February 13th and 14th with a pair of special events at the Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida, and finishing at the 11th Annual “Smack Down” at Indiana’s Kokomo Speedway on August 24th, 25th, and 26th, he will compete 23 times in the premiere traditional sprint car series in the world.Press Releases 1/9

  • USAC)USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship racing returns to the state of Arkansas for the first time in a decade on Wednesday night, April 26, when the series makes its debut at Texarkana 67 Speedway. The Texarkana, Arkansas’ 1/4-mile dirt oval is part of a four-race weekend for USAC National Sprint Cars and the ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series in the Sun Belt of Arkansas and Texas with the tour also traveling to Rocket Raceway Park in Petty, Texas on Thursday night, April 27, and two-straight evenings at Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas on Friday and Saturday, April 28-29. USAC 1/9

  • POWRi)Twenty-nine POWRi 410 Bandit Outlaw Sprint Series events will span the 2023 racing season schedule for the second year of the emerging series with visits to fourteen various venues in six separate states. Highlighting the sophomore year of series competition, the POWRi 410 Wing Sprints will see early seasonal visits to Paducah International Raceway on April 21st followed by Benton Raceway Park on April 22nd, as Tulsa Speedway prepares for the Dirt-Down in T-Town on June 9-10. Press Releases 1/9

Sunday January 8th  

                                         However difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at.  Stephen Hawking



  • Premier Speedway AU)Wingless Sprints...1 #V93 Travis Millar 2 #VX50 Luke Weel 3 #V25 Jake Dooley 4 #V54 Jeremy Beddison 5 #V98 Peter Logue 6 #V11 Matthew Symons 7 #VX14 Jack Bell 8 #V7 Nicholas Ryan 9 #VX68 Kim-loong Gosling 10 #VX62 Brad Warren 11 #V19 Sam Wren 12 #V31 Mick Rigby 13 #VX65 Tyler O'Leary 14 #V87 Dillon Siely 15 #V52 Scott Irons 16 #VX34 Adin Robertson 17 #VX9 Tom Moulden 18 #VX46 Michael McDonald 19 #V1 Luke Storer 20 #V2 Troy Carey 21 #VX58 Jake Warren 22 #VX89 Christopher Temby 23 #VX95 Liam Aunger 24 #VX99 Hayden Clifford Speedcar...1 #11s Hayden Williams 2 #7w Tom Payet 3 #S6e Kaleb Currie 4 #39v Nick Parker 5 #10v Travis Mills 6 #57s Robert Heard 7 #97n Matthew Jackson 8 #11n Jay Waugh 9 #6s Jack McCarthy 10 #12v Justin Mcminn 11 #71v Zoe Pearce 12 #6v Matthew Brown 13 #25v Matt Papa 14 #75v Jack Day 15 #16v Scott Thomson 16 #88v Craig Smith 17 #57v Troy Hose 18 #10m Caleb Mills 19 #50v Ashley Booker 1/8

  • Len Sammons Productions)Anthony Sesely raced to his sixth career TQ Midget win in the Indoor Auto Racing Championship Fueled by VP Series opener Saturday night inside the PPL Center in a thrilling feature that had the arena fans on their feet for most all of the race. Sesely, who started fifth in the 40-lap feature, spent most of the race running side by side with Tyler Thompson, taking the lead briefly for the first time on lap 24, losing it back a lap later, then taking it back once again on lap 26. Race Results 1/8

  • NARC)Last year Justyn Cox found himself somewhat discouraged and uncertain of his racing future when the door opened to reunite with a former team where he’d experienced success, leading to Cox getting a second chance at a NARC Sprint Car championship in 2023. After an underwhelming start to 2022 with his own team, Cox shelved his family car and wasn’t sure what would come next. Then in the fall, Bates-Hamilton Racing and Tim Kaeding decided to go in different directions. NARC 1/8

Saturday January 7th  

                                      To be a good loser is to learn how to win.  Carl Sandburg



  • Len Sammons Productions)Tyler Thompson, Ryan Flores and Anthony Sesely were the winners of the Ironton Auto Body Triple Twenties of the Indoor Auto Racing Series Fueled By VP Race Fuels TQ Midget features Friday night inside the PPL Center in Allentown, PA. Though three winners fashioned their wins in different ways, each won after vanquishing tough competitors. Race Results 1/7

  • Blue Ribbon Raceway AU)1 #VA88 Grant Stansfield 2 #VA29 Terry Rankin 3 #D7 Matthew Reed 4 #V2 Jordan Rae 5 #VA36 Ashley Cook 6 #T7 Tim Hutchins 7 #V7 Paul Solomon 8 #V83 Chris Solomon 9 #N36 Eddie Lumbar 10 #VA75 David Donegan 11 #V63 Kevin Reeves 12 #VA11 Phil Micallef 13 #V15 David Dennison 14 #V75 Mitchell Smith 15 #V77 Brayden Parr 1/7

  • Borderline Speedway AU)Speedcars...1 #W7 Tom Payet 2 #V10 Travis Mills 3 #V39 Nick Parker 4 #S57 Robert Heard 5 #S6 Jack McCarthy 6 #V10m Caleb Mills 7 #S14 Brendan Zadow 8 #V57 Troy Hose 9 #N97 Matt Jackson 10 #V75 Jack Day 11 #V16 Scott Thomson 12 #N78 Troy Jenkins 13 #V6 Matt Brown 14 #V50 Ashley Booker 15 #S11 Hayden Williams 16 #V15 Andy Pearce 17 #V22 Joe Lostitch 18 #N46 Dylan Menz 19 #S6e Kaleb Currie 20 #N11 Jay Waugh 21 #V3 Dillon Ghent 22 #S17 Damien Eve 1/7

  • Ellenbrook Speedway AU)1 #USA26 Cory Eliason 2 #USA17 Tyler Courtney 3 #80 James Inglis 4 #3 Callum Williamson 5 #22 Daniel Harding 6 #77 Bradley Maiolo 7 #19 Trent Pigdon 8 #97 Mitchell Wormall 9 #11 Jason Kendrick 10 #14 Jason Pryde 11 #8 Andrew Priolo 12 #25 Taylor Milling 13 #USA95 Brock Zearfoss 14 #17wx George Eaton 15 #44 Ryan Lancaster 16 #67 Jaydee Dack 17 #94 Matthew Cross 18 #16 Nathan Swan 19 #14w Robbie Farr 20 #8wx David Priolo Speedcar...1 #7w Tom Payet 2 #10v Travis Mills 3 #39v Nick Parker 4 #11n Jay Waugh 5 #S6e Kaleb Currie 6 #97n Matthew Jackson 7 #6s Jack McCarthy 8 #12v Justin Mcminn 9 #57s Robert Heard 10 #3v Dillon Ghent 11 #57v Troy Hose 12 #6v Matthew Brown 13 #25v Matt Papa 14 #75v Jack Day 15 #10m Caleb Mills 16 #14v Daniel Timberlake 17 #11s Hayden Williams 18 #16v Scott Thomson 19 #22v Joseph Lostitch 20 #15v Andy Pearce 1/7

  • Simpson Speedway AU)Wingless Sprints...1 #V93 Travis Millar 2 #V1 Luke Storer 3 #V11 Matthew Symons 4 #VX50 Luke Weel 5 #V2 Troy Carey 6 #V7 Nicholas Ryan 7 #V 95 Geoff Cook 8 #V31 Mick Rigby 9 #VX62 Brad Warren 10 #V19 Sam Wren 11 #V64 Brittany Schmidt 12 #V25 Jake Dooley 13 #V20 Thomas McDonald 14 #VX34 Adin Robertson 15 #V98 Peter Logue 16 #VX58 Jake Warren 17 #VX5 Luke McCutcheon 18 #V45 Bhoe Paterson 19 #V77 Alex Ross 20 #VX89 Christopher Temby 1/7

  • Carrick Speedway AU)1 #T 35 Adrian Redpath 2 #T 15 Ethan Wyllie 3 #T 6 Adam Garwood 4 #T 48 Nick Penno 5 #T 53 Jack Crossin 6 #T 20 Tony Clasener 7 #T 73 Mathew Peck 8 #T 25 Jarrod Kent 9 #T 84 Lachlan Robins 10 #T 9 Chris Johns 1/7


  • Eldora Speedway OH)The richest sprint car race in history, paying a million dollars to win, the addition of the Dirt Track World Championship, the return of the Superstar Racing Experience plus the 40th Kings Royal, the 53rd World 100, and the 29th Late Model Dream highlight the 2023 schedule for Eldora Speedway’s 70th anniversary season. Press Releases 1/7

  • I-35 Speedway MO)Save the Dates! The 2023 I-35 Speedway schedule is ready, set, and ticking down to go! Practice March 4 and March 11, with the Ice Buster presented by Racin’ Dirt on March 18. The Ice Buster is the first of three specials for the year the others being the USAC Midwest Wingless Sprints (MWRA) on June 17 and September 2. The weekly classes will be the USRA Modifieds, USRA Stock Cars, and USRA B Mods, along with the Limited Late Models, the Pure Stocks, the E Mods, and the Sport Compacts. Besides the Wingless Sprint Cars additional visiting classes will include the Show Me Vintage Racers and the POWRi Midwest Lightning Sprints. You will also notice the Vintage Open Class. The Vintage Open class is for those who race in the various Vintage classes throughout the area. If you own a vintage car and are not competing with your vintage club on those Saturday nights this class is racing at I-35 Speedway, you will be welcome to come race. These Vintage Open nights are just more opportunities for the Vintage drivers to race. Additionally, more great news for this class there will be a vintage purse paid. Unleash those old coupes, sedan, and racecars from years past let them race! So, if you are racer get those racecars rock and roll race ready. If you are race fan mark those calendars. Here comes the 2023 racing season! 1/7



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