Daryn Pittman’s announcement that he would come off the World of Outlaws tour for 2021 to pursue other business interests continues a trend of top drivers in various disciplines scaling back their racing endeavors or hanging up their helmet entirely.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been the biggest challenge I have seen the entire motorsports industry forced to take on in my lifetime. Since series and tracks have slowly returned to action one unintended benefit has been some tremendous races taking place every week. […]
One of the most unusual moments that went viral around racing circles on Saturday was Otto Sitterly blasting around the Homestead Miami Speedway high banked 1.5-mile oval in a winged supermodified. […]
The Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions tour presented by Mobil1 added to its already stout lineup of drivers for the 2020 season with the official announcement that Sam Hafertepe Jr. would join the tour this season. […]
The trendy writing topic the past couple of weeks of writing memories and reflections of the past decade will not been seen here. Normally I enjoy waxing nostalgia for everyone to read. Going to sprint car races since birth and running this website since 1996 has given me plenty to reflect on.
This week’s notebook covers the situation at Valvoline Raceway, the World of Outlaws point race, how T.J. was wrong about the Ford engine program, and one of the more unusual feature wins mentioned in the obscure race of the week. […]
Brian Brown and his Casey’s General Stores/FVP sponsored team have entered the Knoxville Nationals over the past decade as the most likely among the regular competitors at the Knoxville Raceway with a shot at winning the biggest event in sprint car racing. […]
By T.J. Buffenbarger Between rain, races held at alternate locations with 24-hours’ notice, and unusual accidents last week the 2019 Ohio Sprint Speedweek will be remembered for a long time. The past couple of years […]