Jimmy McCune completed a sweep of the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series’ opening weekend on Saturday night, leading all 50 laps at Hickory Motor Speedway to notch his second series win in two races to open the inaugural American Sprint Cup mini-series.
From one Anderson to another, reigning Must See Racing Sprint Car Series champion Jimmy McCune kicked off the season the same way he ended 2015 – on top of the heap.
A new team, new number and new car were no problem for Brad Wyatt, who led the time sheets during Thursday night’s three-hour open practice session for the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series at Anderson Motor Speedway.
The stars and cars of the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series are invading the Carolinas this Friday and Saturday, April 15-16, bringing the ground-pounding thunder of winged 410 ci asphalt sprint cars to town in a two-night battle for supremacy
Danny Smith won a sprint car main event for the 42nd consecutive season on Friday night, taking the lead from a slowing Trey Starks with five laps to go and holding off a hard charging Justin Barger to capture his first career United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters victory at Carolina Speedway.
After winning his third-straight Charlotte Motor Speedway Winter Heat Series championship, dominating last year’s Bojangles’ Summer Shootout Series en route to a title and winning two INEX national championships, one would think Bandolero driver Daniel Wilk has no shortage of opportunities entering this season.
After close calls, heartbreak and near-misses spanning over a year in his NASCAR K&N Pro Series career, patience finally paid off for 16-year-old Justin Haley on Saturday night at Greenville Pickens Speedway
While no transponders were officially used during Friday night’s Must See Racing Sprint Car Series presented by Engine Pro exhibition debut at Anderson Motor Speedway, southern sprint car standout Johnny Bridges made it clear that the three-eighths mile’s existing track record is highly likely to be in jeopardy when the series returns for its season-opening event on April 15
Jimmie Johnson survived an overtime restart on Sunday afternoon at Atlanta Motor Speedway to win the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500.
He didn’t have had the strongest truck, or even the second-strongest truck, but John Hunter Nemechek was in the right place at the right time to steal his second-career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory on Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.