WEST LEBANON, N.Y. - July 20, 2014 -David Gravel scored his fourth World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series win of the season Sunday night at Lebanon Valley Speedway - but if not for a little luck, the result could have been very different.
Gravel took the lead in his Roth Motorsports car on a restart following a caution on lap five. He jumped past Kerry Madsen and held the position unt
Kerry Madsen is continuing to stay hot during the busiest stretch of his 2014 season, and over the last week, the St. Marys, NSW driver picked up two more second place finishes.
“This car is just a dream to drive, and I can’t thank my guys enough for the fantastic effort they put in to make me look good,” Madsen said.
Kicking his week off at the Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup at th
Sunday night at the Lebanon Valley Speedway, Watertown, CT driver, David Gravel picked up his fourth World of Outlaw win of the season, third since joining Roth Motorsports, as the series competed very close to Gravel’s hometown.
“We had a little bit of luck in the feature event after a poor restart, but we also had a really good car,” Gravel said. “It was a long weekend with the dela
Looking to rebound from a 12th place finish during the Howard Kaeding Classic, Kyle Hirst had a rough night at the Placerville Speedway that saw his night come to an end on the second lap.
“It was a rough night for sure,” Hirst said. “We had been pretty fortunate all year not to have many of those, but they do happen, and we will come back and hopefully win the Peter Murphy Classic,”
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Concentrating on the 2014/15 Sydney speedway track championship where the Lewis Green combination will be attempting to win track championship #4 after winning the championship in
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Q: How did you first get involved in motor sport?
A: My Godfather had a dirt go kart which I began to race when I was 9 years old and later on raced Bitumen and Speedway karts also.
Q: What has been your greatest achievement in Sprintcar racing?
A: There has been a couple- this year being SA 1 in 360s, being ranked number 2 in Australia in Totally Speedway magazine and runner up
McKENZIE, TN –Six J&J Auto Racing teams took their machines to victory lane last weekend in Sprint car racing across the land. Jeff Swindell won an ASCS National Tour event in Montana, Lee Grosz won a NOSA event in Minnesota, Brooke Tatnell came out on top in UMSS action, Tyler Ross won in Pennsylvania, Brandon Jennings made it two in a row in Oklahoma while Kyle Sager was victorious
The Ruhs Brothers Motorsports team are pleased to announce that Brad Sweet will be returning to Australian shores for the 2014/15 season, piloting the Highrace 99 car once again.
The deal will again see the team venture to some of Australia’s biggest shows, with a final schedule to be confirmed in the coming months. RBM will also utilise a similar chassis and engine package with Sweet
How did you first get involved in motor sport?
My parents raced go karts so that’s where it all started. Then I started racing go karts at 7 and stepped up to sprintcars once Dad stepped aside.
What has been your greatest achievement in Sprintcar racing?
Probably winning back to back 410 feature races in the 2012/2013 season and being the youngest 410 feature race winner that
With the East Coast Sprint Series ready to hit the tropical North Qld of Cairns Speedway on August 29th and 30th then head down the highway to Macs Speedway in Mackay the weekend later and then the final round at Toowoomba Speedbowl on Sept 12th and 13th.
With some big names in the sport set to take on the challenge like Steve Lines SA,Robbie Farr QLD,Jame Mcfadden QLD,Mathew Reed VIC
James McFadden was in action in the state of Ohio last week taking on the World of Outlaws, and the Australian driver had a very good showing during the Brad Doty Classic, where he charged from his 12th starting spot to record a fifth place finish.
“Lima, OH was probably one of the busiest, most fun races I have been in,” McFadden said. “The boys gave me a great car, and it was nice t
The past 12 months have seen Warrnambool’s Jamie Veal embark on a meteoric rise within the Sprintcar racing world, a 2013-14 Australian domestic season that saw him record his maiden World Series Sprintcars feature race victory, go on a barnstorming run at the Classic and also claim overall honors at the Easter Sprintcar Trail.
This past month has seen this steep learning curve and cl
Taylor Made Wings are the first industry supplier to throw their support behind the new SA Sprintcar Series, confirming they will provide prizes as every round.
Taylor Made Wings owner Mark Taylor confirmed today that a front wing will be given away to a contracted team at all twelve rounds, while a top wing will be provided for an end of season award.
“This is a great contingency
Saturday night at the Eldora Speedway, David Gravel went toe-to-toe with Donny Schatz and Kerry Madsen, and finished third in the prestigious Kings Royal.
“It is pretty cool to get on the podium for the Kings Royal,” Gravel said. “We started on the pole and raced hard with Donny Schatz and Kerry Madsen, and we are pleased to start the Month of Money of the podium.”
Timing his Roth
A red-hot Kerry Madsen put together a dominating performance on Saturday night as he charged from his seventh starting spot to win the 31st Annual Kings Royal at the Eldora Speedway.
“This race was pretty much got me hooked on racing in America years ago, and it’s fantastic to finally break through and win it,” a jubilant Madsen said. “I can’t thank Tyler, Chris, and Brandon enough fo