Sprints on Dirt SOD Top Story
_Front Page News

Jim Coffey & Son Plumbing & Heating backs SOD “Deuced It!” Award

Finishing second anytime may get you called a lot of things, but one isn’t winner. Engine Pro Sprints On Dirt presented by ARP partner Jim Coffey & Son Plumbing & Heating will help ease the pain of finishing second through its Deuced It! Award that will pay a $100 cash bonus to the second-place finisher for all 2018 SOD features. […]

Sprints on Dirt SOD Top Story
_Front Page News

SOD opener at Crystal to pay $400 to start, $100 to win heats

The Engine Pro Sprints On Dirt presented by ARP will kick off the 2016 season at Crystal (MI) Motor Speedway on April 30th. It will also be the first race of the five-race MAHLE/Clevite Beyond Limits Challenge (BLC) that will pay the mini-series winner $1,000. […]

Sprints on Dirt SOD Top Story
_Front Page News

SOD lucky dog gets a treat from Engine Pro

Engine Pro will provide one lucky dog with an award for each Engine Pro Sprints On Dirt presented by ARP event in 2016. The Lucky Dog Award winner, a favorite among SOD drivers in the past, will be drawn by the feature winner. […]

Sprints on Dirt SOD Top Story
_Front Page News

SOD visits Butler twice in 2016

Butler Speedway owner/promoter Denny Donaldson and promoter partners Bob and Karen Garrett have announced that the two leaders in sprint car racing in Michigan, Butler Speedway and Engine Pro Sprints On Dirt presented by ARP, will continue their partnership that began in 1982 by teaming up for two races this season. […]

Sprints on Dirt SOD Top Story
_Front Page News

SOD returns to Thunderbird in 2016

For the first time in several years, Engine Pro Sprints On Dirt presented by ARP will be returning to Muskegon, Michigan’s Thunderbird Raceway in 2016. […]

SOD SPrints on Dirt Top STory
_Top Stories

SOD test completed with 2016 rules package

Hoosier Racing Tire and Sprints On Dirt recently conducted tire testing of the 2016 SOD spec tires. While the new SOD tires immediately affect SOD, they are destined to eventually have a significant impact on the entire world of sprint car racing. While support classes may provide a way for some tracks to support their headline sprint class or start a sprint class, nothing has really been done to help premier traveling organizations to boost car counts. […]