Must See Racing honored the top performers from its 2018 season during the annual Must See Racing Awards Banquet on Saturday in Coldwater, Mich., where Jimmy McCune was officially crowned champion for the fourth-straight year.
After lacking the speed he’s been accustomed to for much of the summer, Jimmy McCune capped his fourth-straight Must See Racing Sprint Car Series championship run just the way he started it: celebrating in victory lane. […]
Jimmy McCune broke Charlie Schultz’s heart on Saturday night at Rockford Speedway, stealing the lead with two laps left and going on to win the Must See Racing Sprintacular at the semi-banked quarter-mile.
Following the excitement of the tour’s most recent event at Berlin Raceway, the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series will lead into Independence Day with a Michigan doubleheader this Saturday and Sunday. […]
Jimmy McCune got one for the thumb Saturday night in Central Indiana, scoring his fifth-career Anderson Speedway winged sprint car win with Must See Racing after a furious duel around the quarter-mile oval. […]
For the second season running, Must See Racing Sprint Car Series kingpin Jimmy McCune completed a sweep of the Southern Shootout, winning Saturday night’s 50-lap finale at Hickory Motor Speedway in dominating fashion. […]
Jimmy McCune kicked off his quest for a third-straight Must See Racing Sprint Car Series championship the same way he did one year ago, by winning the season-opening Southern Shootout at Anderson Motor Speedway in dominating fashion on Friday night. […]
On this edition of the TJSlideways.com Podcast we talk to Jimmy McCune about his sprint car adventure to South Africa. Then the show closes with Michael Pickens discussing his two feature wins in one night at Western Springs Speedway in Auckland, New Zealand. […]
Jimmy McCune and Jason Blonde put on one of the most memorable shows in Must See Racing Sprint Car Series history on Saturday night at Owosso Speedway, with McCune ultimately topping the Firecracker 50 for his fifth victory of the season and making history in the process. […]