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MAGAZINE: Many Trophies, Little Funding

Daniel Wilk has made the most what little money he's had so far in his young racing career. (John Davison Photo)

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.

Five-For-Five: Eldora Is My Favorite Track

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Readers of SPEED SPORT Magazine and selected Ohio’s Eldora Speedway as their favorite race track for the fifth consecutive year.

MAGAZINE: Justin Allgaier’s A Contender

Justin Allgaier's move to JR Motorsports has made him a contender for the NASCAR XFINITY Series championship this year. (HHP/Rusty Jarrett Photo)

Allgaier lost his ride after HScott signed Clint Bowyer for a one-year rental before Bowyer moves to Stewart-Haas Racing in 2017.

SPEED SPORT Power Rankings

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Fresh off the Easter Weekend, the SPEED SPORT Power Rankings are back once again. Who do you think sits atop the Power Rankings?

SPEED SPORT Photo Of The Week

Kasey Kahne pulled his sprint car out of the mothballs and drove to victory lane on Saturday night at Lincoln Speedway. (Dan DeMarco Photo)

It’s time once again to recognize one of our great photography contributors by selecting the SPEED SPORT Photo of the Week.

MAGAZINE: Has The Roar Returned?

Lewis Hamilton (44) leads his teammate Nico Rosberg during Sunday's Australian Grand Prix. (Steve Etherington Photo)

Are this year’s Formula One power units louder than last year’s engines? Yes, but it is difficult to hear much difference.

Torn From The Headlines: April 3, 1991

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Local promoter Ralph Sanchez is in hopes of putting together an acceptable proposal to build a new permanent race facility — including a road course and an oval — in the South Florida area. The complex would not only be the new home for the Nissan-backed Miami Camel GT race, but would provide year-round testing facilities.

MAGAZINE: Van Wieringen Making Her Mark

Dominique Van Wieringen has quickly advanced up through the racing ranks in recent years. (Adam Fenwick Photo)

Just like she did in the go-kart ranks, Van Wieringen quickly made a name for herself while racing outlaw super late models in the Midwest.

Young Faces Fill The California Crew

The West Coast has a number of young sprint car racers just waiting for a chance to shine. (Joe Shivak Photo)

The West Coast has produced some of the world’s best sprint cars racers.

MAGAZINE: Lucas Ashe’s Familiar Path

Lucas Ashe is hoping to follow in the foot steps of drivers like Kyle Larson and Rico Abreu.

Larson and Abreu are where Ashe wants to be in several years — the top echelon of motorsports. He’s not the type to rush into things before he’s ready, though. One great thing about Ashe is he’s always been prepared for whatever ride he’s given —even if he lacks lots of experience. He’s a detail-oriented person with a passion for getting the most out of whatever he does.


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