OSWEGO, N.Y. — Mark Sammut led only one lap Saturday night at Oswego Speedway, but it was the one that mattered. Sammut took the lead from Mike Lichty on the 50th and final tour of the five-eighths-mile oval to win the Irish Jack Murphy Memorial ISMA winged supermodified feature at The Steel Palace. Lichty finished […]
Despite being bogged down in lapped traffic for the final five laps of Friday night’s NOS Energy Outlaw Showdown at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Donny Schatz drove to his 11th World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series victory of the season
As the Memorial Day racing weekend fastly approaches, we felt it was time to share our thoughts an opinions on some of the recent events in the racing world.
May 14 2015 | Posted in Columns
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SYLVANIA, Ga. — Shane Clanton doesn’t have to worry about going winless on the World of Outlaws Late Model Series this season. The 39-year-old Zebulon, Ga., driver, who last season failed to win a WoO LMS event for the first time since the national tour was restarted in 2004, made his long-awaited return to victory […]
The battle for the state of Ohio is over. Eldora Speedway owner and three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Tony Stewart put an end to the dispute between the All Star Circuit of Champions and the Renegade Sprints, which threatened to fragment winged sprint car racing in the region, by purchasing both organizations.
More than 400 North Carolina motorsports industry members and enthusiasts gathered Wednesday night at the Embassy Suites Hotel & Resort to honor NASCAR President Mike Helton.
SPEED SPORT Magazine Publisher Ralph Sheheen has been named the Media Member of the Year by the North American 410 Sprint Car Poll.
Warm weather, military fighter planes, scenic views, great racing and lettuce. Cocopah Speedway has it all.
Jan 10 2015 | Posted in Columns
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Dale Blaney made one mistake during round four of the Winter Heat Showdown sprint car series Friday night at Cocopah Speedway and it cost him dearly
Tim McCreadie used the low groove around the Tulsa Expo Raceway to shock a sold-out crowd and more than 270 other competitors in Saturday night’s 20th annual Chili Bowl Nationals.
In celebration of the Silver Anniversary of this prestigious indoor midget race, www.nationalspeedsportnews.com will be publishing the race reports that appeared in the pages of National Speed Sport News for the first 24 runnings of the event.
Beginning with the inaugural event in 1987, race recaps will be posted on a daily basis from Dec. 18 through Jan. 10.