Four-time USAC West Coast Sprint Car series main event winner, Tj Smith, is set to return to the series for the first time since 2012 aboard the May Motorsports, number 8m Maxim.
Updated Placerville Speedway 2019 Schedule Placerville, CA – February 21, 2019…Over the last few weeks there have been various updates to the Placerville Speedway schedule for 2019 as things still … Continue Reading UPDATED Placerville Speedway 2019 Schedule of Events
Jett Barnes drove his DIRT Co MEDIA HOUSE #55 to a Jaw dropping win with conviction Saturday in the Beginner Box class at Red Bluff Outlaws point race 10.
After debuting with popular reviews last season, the Placerville Speedway is happy to welcome back the convenience of online ticketing in 2019. Tickets are now available for the Sprint Car Challenge … Continue Reading Online ticketing returns to Placerville Speedway in 2019
Caeden Steele rounded out the 2018 season as one of the most decorated Restricted Class drivers in the nation.
Bryson Bettencourt proved to be a consistent threat throughout the entire 2018 Micro Sprint season in central California.
This season the plan for Torgerson Racing is to tackle the Super Stock Class title chase at Keller Auto Raceway Plaza Park And Lemoore Raceway.
The story behind the origin of the Central Valley’s Exclusive hand made custom wing maker.
This Saturday January 26th the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds located Stockton Dirt Track lights back up with Winged 360 Sprint Cars, Dirt Modifieds and Sport Mods. The non-sanctioned Winged 360 … Continue Reading Stockton Dirt Track Opens California Sprint Car Season This Saturday January 26
One of the most contested Micro Sprint classes nationwide is the Stock or A-Class. Has California been missing the boat by not offering it?
Two of the most improved drivers out of every division contested at Keller Auto Raceway Plaza Park And Lemoore Raceway were hands down Cash and Ty Lovenburg.
Pace Chassis is already hard at work building two cars specifically to contest in the upcoming 2019 Super Stock class championship.
Not many drivers can say they finished in the top three of race they were in at their very first Shootout, but Jett Barnes forever will.
Ben Worth has wanted nothing more in his entire life but to be a professional race car driver. He loves the sport. He eats, sleeps, and breathes racing.
The all-new TEN-J Chassis company unveiled an all-star lineup of drivers at the 34th Annual Tulsa Shootout and came away with two drillers.
This young man wakes up with a hunger to simply drive his race car. He doesn’t care what car it is, or what it looks like, he just wants to go fast, and win.