Stewart Friesen stepped onto the winner’s podium at the New York State Fairgrounds last Sunday, taking the checkered flag after 200 laps in a big block modified. He was the last person who ever would. They’re tearing down the mile track at Syracuse, and no one is happy about it.
Who is Rico Abreu? Well, he's the winner of the 2015 Chili Bowl Nationals, for one, which is thesingle most important dirt track race in the world. More importantly, he's a young four-foot, four-inch barrel of awesome who you should get to know now because he's inevitably going to pop up elsewhere soon.
This year's Chili Bowl Nationals had a record number of flips. Sixty-one flips, to be precise. Didn't have time to watch the whole event? Here's a montage of all of the gnarliest flips from the week leading up to the feature races. Check out how much air these cars get!
We've got some sad news out of California today. Sprint car racer Tyler Wolf, 20, was killed Saturday night during a race at the Calistoga Speedway in the Napa Valley, KHSL-TV news reports.
You think a Saab only looks right on snow? Think again!