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Next up in the Super Cup Stock Car Series is the Friday Night Heat Twin 50s, presented by United Tire, at Tenn.’s Kingsport Speedway. Few of the series’ competitors have driven on this 3/8-mile oval before, and not many more have experience piloting a full-bodied stock car over a concrete surface.
Redemption 8.0 On The Road Series is on the way to Osage Tulsa Raceway Park!
One of the great skills of the older eras of motorsport was throttle control – something which hardly gets a mention today.
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.
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.
Father’s Day weekend was a special one for the stars of NASCAR this weekend.
Out of all the heart-dropping automobile racings, dirt racing could very well be the most fun.
Kyle Larson flew around the upper side of high-banked Eagle Raceway to snatch the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series win from Daryn Pittman, who had led for 29 of the race’s 30 laps.
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