Articles in Short Track
Kyle Busch took the lead with 26 laps to go and went on to win the Miller Light Nationals for Super Late Models at Slinger Super Speedway in Slinger, Wis. on Sunday evening.
Busch, who won the NASCAR Camping World Truck and Sprint Cup series race at Kentucky Speedway on Thursday and Saturday, passed Dave Feiler […]
Joey Saldana held off Craig Dollansky to win the Jim Boyd Memorial in Beaver Dam, Wis., for his fourth victory of the season, but his first win World of Outlaws race since early May.
Saldana withstood struggles in June to stay in the hunt for the championship, and now after winning at 1/3-mile Beaver Dam Raceway […]
Defending World of Outlaws champion Jason Meyers snapped a season-long victory drought on Friday night at Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wis., and wound up on top of the series point standings at the same time.
Using his third consecutive front-row starting spot, Meyers earned the first victory of his career at Cedar Lake and […]
By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
Now that the majority of the NASCAR teams are headquartered around Concord, N.C., and the new, official NASCAR Hall of Fame is in Charlotte, there’s a perception that NASCAR has its roots in the Carolinas.
But there are plenty of Georgians who beg to differ.
As writer and historian Brandon Reed pointed […]
Jason Sides knew he wasn’t going to get very many shots to pass a strong race leader in 2010 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Champion Jason Meyers. The Clovis, Calif. native had been stout all weekend in Dodge City, Kan. and started the second night of the-two day show on the pole and led […]
Craig Dollansky on Friday charged through the field and used a late race restart to grab his fifth World of Outlaws win of the season and first victory at Dodge City Raceway Park in Southwestern Kansas.
“Tonight certainly was a work in progress as we had to keep adjusting throughout the heats and the dash,” said […]
The ongoing debate over who should be enshrined in the NASCAR Hall of Fame is healthy because it causes people to think about who their heroes – racing and otherwise – really are.
For many, their racing heroes aren’t the Pettys and Pearsons of NASCAR. They’re the short track racers they watched every Saturday night at […]
Nashville – Two high-profile backers with links to the music and racing industry have thrown their support behind Fairgrounds Speedway to try to enhance its long-range future.
Mike Curb, one of the nation’s premier music moguls and co-owner of Baker Curb Racing, has joined Scott Borchetta, another prominent music promoter and former racer, as the track’s […]
Craig Dollansky completed a sweep of the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Duel in the Dakotas on Saturday night at River Cities Speedway in Twin Forks when he swept past Jason Sides on the high side in the final corner and charged to the checkered flag.
It was a reversal of fortune for Dollansky, who […]
By Jeff Hood | Senior Wrtier
Jefferson, Ga. – At first glance, you’d be hard-pressed to know there was plenty of star power lining up in the corner of Ben Kennedy prior to the start of Saturday night’s NASCAR K&N Series 150 at Gresham Motorsports Park.
As rain delayed the start of the evening’s main event at […]