As fireworks rocked the nation this weekend, two World of Outlaws drivers drove to some of the most impressive Independence Day victories ever seen at Cedar Lake Speedway
While one World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car driver has been the jewel in the crown of this series over the last couple of weeks, this weekend’s barn burner at the 42nd Annual Jackson Nationals gave another young driver the opportunity to earn his own crown jewels at Jackson Motorplex.
After becoming the first national motorsports series to race again during the COVID-19 pandemic, the World of Outlaws will now become the first to race with grandstands full of healthy fans.
With events being canceled left and right, SEMA 2020 is still firing on all cylinders. One of the builds set to debut at the Las Vegas aftermarket trade show is a medley of Mopar’s greatest hits.
Cory Mac, who announced his retirement last fall and entered the three final races of NHRA’s 2019 season, is still hankering to secure his 35th national Top Fuel Wally winner’s trophy.
NASCAR ran its Talladega race a day late, due to persistent weather issues. It had other issues to deal with on an overcast Monday, not the least of which was a noose found hanging in the garage space on the No. 43 Chevrolet, owned by the legendary Richard Petty and driven by Darrell “Bubba” Wallace, the sole Black full-time racer in NASCAR’s premier Cup Series.
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Following last weekend’s victory at Knoxville Raceway, World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series driver Kyle Larson found his name once again being celebrated at this weekend’s historic race at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, IN.
Eight-time NHRA Mello Yello Top Fuel champion Tony Schumacher has been on the racing sidelines since losing his long-time U.S. Army sponsorship almost two years ago.
NASCAR has launched an investigation after a noose was found in Bubba Wallace’s garage stall.