After a hard charging four days at a track that is sure to be one of his favorites, Brandon Sheppard and his Rocket1 Racing team made history by pulling off what many are calling “the unthinkable.”
NASCAR and other motorsports fans continue to mourn today after some shocking news over the weekend: The first and only officially licensed and legendary artist of NASCAR has passed away.
Although they had to wait an extra day to earn their first victories of the 2019 season, two legendary NHRA drivers have claimed back-to-back Winternational victories, while one driver took his fourth win at Auto Club Raceway.
After a rather long hiatus, the champions of The World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series were back for the start of the 2019 race season with a new sponsor and director and two Georgia drivers leading opening weekend charge at Screven Motor Speedway.
Drag racing fans who have been on the edge of their seats, awaiting the start of the 2019 NHRA season, will have to wait a little bit longer to find out who will be the season’s first crowned speed demons.
On Behind the Wheel podcast, we enjoy telling stories of drivers who let nothing stop them from achieving their dreams. While some may wait their whole lives to accomplish those dreams, others rise to the top early on – people like Krista Baldwin.
In yet another stunning finish, 2018 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals champion Christopher Bell found his way back to victory lane to win back to back Golden Drillers aboard his Racing/Keith Kunz Motorsports No. 71w.
Past Chili Bowl Nationals champion Rico Abreu claimed the top spot on the third night of 2019’s Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals.
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and dirt racing phenom star Kyle Larson was back in the Winner’s Circle last night at the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire.
California born dirt driver Logan Seavey was the name on everyone’s lips on the first night of the 2019 Chili Bowl after leading every lap in this week’s first feature event.