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Stewart Has A Passion For Sprint Cars

Tony Stewart on track last season during a Bumper to Bumper IRA Sprint Series event. (Brett Moist photo)

Tony Stewart has made his living and had his fun driving all sorts of race cars. Stewart makes no apologizes for his love of dirt track racing and sprint car racing in particular.

SPEED SPORT Power Rankings

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Donny Schatz, Jimmy Owens and Dale Earnhardt Jr. were three drivers who claimed big prizes over the weekend. Were their performances enough to claim the top spot in SPEED SPORT’s Power Rankings? Click to find out.

A Different Road Lies Ahead

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Steve Kinser and Dana Snyder were married in April 1982 and for 32 years they have been on one of the most amazing journeys in auto racing history. And that journey has included raising three children — Stevie, Kraig and Kurt — while crisscrossing the country countless times.

Q&A: Damion Gardner Talks Bonneville

Damion Gardner returns to the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah this week in the hopes that he can break the 200 mph barrier aboard his Green Demon sprint car. (Surf N’ Sprint Photo)

Last August, Damion Gardner and his crew journeyed to the famous Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah for the first time.

One Year Later: Smoke Talks Sprint Car Return

Today marks one year since Tony Stewart was injured in a crash at Southern Iowa Speedway in Oskaloosa, Iowa. (Bruce Bennett Photo)

When the annual Front Row Challenge sprint car race takes the green flag tonight (Aug. 4) at Southern Iowa Speedway in Oskaloosa, Iowa, it will mark a year since three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Tony Stewart broke his right tibia and fibula in a crash at the half-mile oval.

SPEED SPORT Top Performers

SPEED SPORT Top Performers

Which drivers across the United States put together performances worthy of being called SPEED SPORT Top Performers this week?

Jones Relishes Every Racing Opportunity

Erik Jones had plenty of reasons to celebrate onJ uly 11, when he won his second career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Iowa Speedway. (HHP/Ashley R Dickerson photo)

No one could blame Erik Jones if he called 2014 a rousing success.

The King Vs. Gentleman Ned

After an on track battle at New Asheville Speedway in 1963 Ned Jarrett is seen trying to prevent Richard Petty from punching him in the nose. (Smyle Media Archives)

With a nickname like “Gentlemen Ned” one would never expect to see another driver so angry at him that he would want to resort to violence. But that’s exactly what happened at New Asheville Speedway in July of 1963.


Hidden Gems

Every week, across the country, there are racers who put it all on the line for a shot at glory. Here are five drivers whose standout performances last week deserve another look.

Schrader Stays Busy Through The Summer

Justin Boston (25) races under Ken Schrader during Friday's ARCA Racing Series event at Lucas Oil Raceway. (ARCA Photo)

NASCAR and ARCA veteran Ken Schrader has unquestionably raced at more tracks across America than most, and that tally includes Berlin Raceway.


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