A busy stretch of three races over the next five nights awaits the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series. It all starts tonight as The Greatest Show on Dirt returns to River Cities Speedway for the third time this season, hoping to complete its first event at the Grand Forks, ND bullring.
David Gravel has found a knack for shining bright when he plays in the boss’ backyard. For the second time this season, the Watertown, CT native parked his Huset’s Speedway #2 in victory lane at none other than Huset’s Speedway, a track promoted by his Big Game Motorsports car owner – Tod Quiring. His win
Fargo fans got exactly what they wanted on Saturday night: a Donny Schatz W. After taking the lead from Logan Schuchart with eight to go at Red River Valley Speedway, the 10-time World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series champion survived the final restart and ran away with his second victory of the
With thunderstorms surrounding the area all day long, officials have made the call to postpone Friday’s World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series event at River Cities Speedway to Wednesday, August 25. The track was hit by the first in a long line of cells this morning, and another strong storm followed in the afternoon with more
The Knoxville Nationals are known to change the lives of winners, and even the seasons of starters, too. Paying $10,000-to-start Saturday’s 50-lap finale, qualifying for the show alone is equal to winning a normal World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series Feature. For Brock Zearfoss, he made his second-career A-Main at The Granddaddy
Not since September 2019 has the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series competed on the west coast. In two weeks, that finally changes as The Greatest Show on Dirt returns to Washington and California for a thrilling three-week swing across the pacific. Packaged inside the three-week, eight-race trip are two premier events,
The only way to cure the Knoxville Nationals hangover is to start racing more, and that’s exactly what the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series is doing this weekend. With the historic 60th Granddaddy of ‘Em All in the rearview mirror, The Greatest Show on Dirt returns focus to the 2021 championship
Kyle Larson first attended the Knoxville Nationals in 2005 when he was 13-years-old. He instantly fell in love with the auora of the place. For 16 years since, the Elk Grove, CA kid has dreamed of standing on the stage at the race they call The Granddaddy of ‘Em All. On Saturday night, that childhood
The Hard Knox portion of the NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals pres. by Casey’s continues to be one of the most magical nights in sprint car racing, and that was proven once again on Friday night. With 69 entries fighting for four coveted lock-in positions, the intensity was through the roof. A loaded program of split
All it took was a little motivating factor for Brian Brown to return to the stage he loves more than any other. On Tuesday evening, prior to any event of the 60th NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals pres. by Casey’s, Brown said “They’re alredy counting us out. They really don’t think we can do it.