Category archives for: Other Sprint Cars

Knoxville Partners With New Sprint Series


The new 410 sprint series established by Tod Quiring of Big Game Treestands has added the support of Knoxville Raceway for the 2015 season.

Sprinters Invade Eldora For UNOH Events

Kirk Jeffries (59) holds off hard charger Brandon Matus during the BOSS non-winged sprint car race at Pittsburgh's Pennsylvania Motor Speedway. (Hein Brothers photo)

Saturday’s University of Northwestern Ohio Sprintacular will feature three forms of Sprint Car racing – winged 410 c.i. All Star Circuit of Champions, non-winged Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series with no engine rules and the winged 360 c.i. National Racing Alliance Sprint Invaders – and close out its 61st consecutive year of racing with each group running complete racing programs.

URC Switching To Hoosier Tires

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The Rislone URC Sprint Series has announced plans to move to Hoosier Race Tires for the 2015 season.

Blaney On Verge Of All Star History

Dale Blaney will attempt to capture another UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions crown this weekend at Eldora Speedway. (Julia Johnson Photo)

Dale Blaney could do something no other sprint car driver has done when the University of Northwestern Ohio All Star Circuit of Champions visit Eldora Speedway Saturday.

PHOTOS: Must See Sprints At Salem

Davey Hamilton (1) races under JoJo Helberg during Saturday's Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series race at Salem Speedway. (Chris Seelman Photo)

Enjoy photos from Saturday’s Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series event held at Salem (Ind.) Speedway.

Paralyzed Racer Takes Emotional First Win

Eric Saunders on his way to winning his first 600 sprint feature Saturday night at Plymouth (Ind.) Speedway. (Gary Gasper Photo)

Eric Saunders waited four years for the moment of pure bliss he enjoyed Saturday night at Plymouth Speedway.

Gerster Scores In James/O’Connor Memorial

Brian Gerster won Saturday's Must-See Sprints James/O'Connor Memorial at Salem (Ind.) Speedway. (Chris Seelman photo)

Brian Gerster would not be denied a win in Saturday’s 55th annual Joe James/Pat O’Connor Memorial at Salem (Ind.) Speedway despite a failing car.

Abreu Sprints To Plymouth Victory

Rico Abreu won the season finale for the Engine Pro Sprints on Dirt Saturday at Plymouth Speedway. (Stephanie Reichelt Photo)

Rico Abreu made the most of an unexpected off weekend from the Honda USAC National Dirt Midget Series by winning Saturday’s Engine Pro Sprints on Dirt finale at Plymouth Speedway.

Turpen Claims $2,000 Cherokee Victory

Morgan Turpen drove to victory in Saturday's USCS vs. URC sprint-car event at Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, S.C. (Zack Kloosterman Photo)

After rain forced the cancellation of its Friday night event at Carolina Speedway, the USCS/URC Shoot Out moved to the Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, S.C. on Saturday. Morgan Turpen drove an impressive race, wrestling the lead away from Robbie Stillwaggon on lap 17 to win and pocket the $2,000 first-place prize.

USCS 600 Sprint Feature Is All Young’s

Jim Young claimed victory in Saturday's USCS 600 Sprints race in Gaffney, S.C. (Zack Kloosterman/Cherokee Speedway photo)

Jim Young ensured there was no doubt who the strongest car was in the USCS 600 Sprint Series field on Saturday at Cherokee Speedway.

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