In August of 2016, jack-of-all-trades racer Bryan Clauson sustained injuries in a dirt track accident that resulted in his death. On Thursday, September 6, the inaugural Driven2SaveLives BC39 USAC race is being held in his honor, and the grand marshals are two men who received organs from Clauson following his death.
Just a few weeks after impressing in his NASCAR debut at Eldora, California-born Toyota Racing Development driver Logan Seavey was forced to take to the wall in order to avoid crashing in a midget sprint race Saturday night at the Newmanstown, Pennsylvania Lanco’s Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway. Perhaps it was a bit…
Driver Joey Saldana’s sprint car had a wild ride at an All Star Circuit of Champions race at Volusia Speedway Park Wednesday, flipping over the fence and into the stands. The most incredible part of this crash is that no major injuries were reported as a result.
They got the hee haw with the yee-hay, California boys taking it up in Oregon-land, big beard bashin’ and mashin’ with the fast car that does the burnouts and the sound stuff, not quite a mega boom but a little rip snort kapow. It’s the Roadkill show in the Internet, beaming to our eyes and earholes.
Bryan Clauson, winning dirt-track driver who died just last night, planned to run 200 races this year. Two hundred. When I first heard that number I didn’t wonder why he wanted to, I wondered, how could he? Almost three months ago to the day, I watched Bryan win a 410 wingless sprint race at Eldora Speedway while my…
I’ll never forget watching Bryan Clauson walk from victory lane directly into another car to belt up for a second race.
Racing driver and dirt-track specialist Bryan Clauson was airlifted out of the Belleville Midget Nationals race tonight after his car hit the guard rail, flipped and was t-boned by another competitor, per Racer. Belleville’s feature race was red flagged as a result.
Your elementary school self was right: playing in the dirt is a lot of fun. And thus, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series kicks up big clouds of soil at Eldora Speedway again, tonight at 9:00 p.m. ET. on FS1. In the meantime, behold the dusty post-apocalyptic truck-scape of yesterday at Eldora.
For the first time ever at Perris Auto Speedway, a race car flipped up and over its catch fence. Austin Williams’ sprint car slid sideways into a bump that sent him spinning over 22 feet in the air. Miraculously, the driver was okay and able to get out of the car under his own power.
This is NASCAR driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. competing in a dirt track race in Du Quoin, Illinois. He made a charge from the back of the pack to take the win, sometimes even with half his car on the catch fence.
Rubbin’ is racing, but this shows how far things can go over the line.
The Chili Bowl Nationals coming up in Tulsa, Oklahoma takes a massive field of huge-horsepower midget cars and sticks them on a tiny track indoors. To call it a contact sport would be an understatement. So why race your own car there?
Attention racers preparing for the Best Race In The U S of A That Is The Best And Not Anything That Is Not The Best, the Chili Bowl Nationals indoor midget race: right rear tire requirements are now open.
Over the weekend, the Bankers Life Fieldhouse was turned from a basketball arena into an indoor Dirt Midget and Outlaw Kart track for the Bad Boy Indy Invitational. How did it happen? With lots and lots of dirt, of course.
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.
I don’t know if Landon Simon is the greatest sprint car driver running today, but I can definitely tell you he’s got a lot of attitude. Here he is flipping another driver the bird in the middle of a corner.
I mean seriously, how could you not want to watch this in a stadium on a jumbotron?
Tony Stewart's Eldora Speedway briefly showed this message around 2:00 p.m. Saturday purporting to be from ISIS. The message appeared in place of its usual graphics, complete with irritating autoplay audio of an Arabic song.
In 2014, sprint car racing has picked up more than a bit of a rough reputation, but it's a sport with a lot of heart. Just watch these two drivers tear out of their own cars to pull another driver to safety.
Jimmy "Neutron" Crawford walked away from this crash qualifying his wingless sprint car at Perris Auto Speedway earlier this month. He nearly flew entirely out of the track complex.