Dirt racing has been increasing in popularity since the 1920s, and what has started with just two types of racing cars, open wheels and stock, now offers a large variety of options. If you are interested in getting into dirt racing, you first have to choose the type of vehicle you would like to race.
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Which is preferable – the constant attitude changes and improvisation of dirt, or the insane speeds and precision of a paved oval? Let’s take a closer look at these two appealing forms of motorsport.
Out of all the heart-dropping automobile racings, dirt racing could very well be the most fun.
The 28th annual Prairie Dirt Classic, presented by the Bank of Pontiac, is just around the corner. This year, it features some changes in format.
This fast, formidable car sports updated gear and is ready to ride!
iRacing.com and the World of Outlaws announced today that iRacing will become the World of Outlaws exclusive online racing partner.
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Although the start of the 2017 racing season has been an exciting one, it has also already resulted in injury.
RacingJunk.com, the leader in automotive motorsports-and-performance related classifieds, has recently been named the Official Classifieds for the United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS).
We’re almost through the first month of the year, but February still can’t come fast enough, because it marks the beginning of the DIRTcar Nationals season.