Team Dillon Racing with Austin Dillon and Ty Dillon at the helm enjoyed an outstanding week of racing at the DIRTCar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park (Gibsonton, Florida), where the duo collectively claimed four wins, the $5,000 Gator Championship, and the overall UMP Modified DIRTCar Nationals title. Austin Dillon raced to the victory in […]

More and more race teams are realizing how a strong shock program can benefit their racing. They are working more closely with dedicated shock tuners or purchasing their own shock dyno and building shocks themselves.

Shocks are becoming increasingly important to a winning race program. Being able to dyno test your own shocks can mean the difference between finding your own advantage or depending on somebody else for one   In many ways, dirt racing is just like ordinary life: Technology continually evolves and you either keep up or get […]

Street Rod Life

Our sister site Street Rod Life is brand new this year, but they are already putting out some excellent stuff over there. And now they’ve just published their first magazine. The Spring issue of Street Rod Life is packed with all the latest car & people features, community news, and how-to technical articles. From an exclusive […]

RaceCar Endo

Here’s a short clip from the Hornets race in Carolina Speedway’s Skyler Trull Memorial race last season. Racer Isaac Sosebee in the white car (what is that, a Cavalier?) appears to clip the bumper of the yellow car just in front going into the turn and winds up in the wall. Nothing too unusual there, […]

GM D154 Metric Caliper 120-13900

Wilwood’s all new forged aluminum GM D154 Metric Calipers are now available for UMP,USRA/USMTS, AMS, AMRA, and all other modified racing sanctions and tracks that allow aluminum calipers when stock mount, single piston calipers are specified. These ultra-strong forged calipers are fully detail machined and stress analysis tested to provide the lightest overall weight with […]


Domination just doesn’t begin to describe what Shane Clanton accomplished last week at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida during the 44th Annual DIRTCar Nationals. The Georgia hot shoe made history by becoming the first driver to ever win four Dirt Late Model events in a week at the historic oval, and along the way […]

Modifieds at Volusia

The Florida Speedweeks are all done and racers have dispersed back across the country preparing for their own racing series. But that doesn’t mean we can’t relive all the fun and excitement. The World of Outlaws put together this very cool retrospective of all the racing that took place during the DIRTcar Nationals held at […]


The Frontier Region of the American Sprint Car Series has released their 2015 lineup with 20 dates across the state of Montana at Billings Motorsports Park, Electric City Speedway, and Gallatin Speedway. The Electric City Speedway in Great Falls, Montana, will host the region for eight nights of action, with Billings Motorsports Park jumping in […]

Intercomp iRaceweigh Scales

Intercomp Racing just announced the release of their new SW656 iRaceWeigh scale system. By pairing four wireless billet scale pads and the newly updated iRaceWeigh Module, this scale system looks like a convenient way for scaling your car using practically any tablet or smart phone. This system works with the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or any smartphone […]

Late Model Hits Wall

This clip from Speedyd10 on YouTube stopped us in our tracks. It’s one of the hardest hits we’ve ever seen on the race track. The description doesn’t say if the driver was injured, and there are no comments yet, either. If you know where this was shot, when it happened or if the driver was […]

DLM Race

It’s What’s on the Inside that Counts With track size, track geometry, and a host of other considerations in the rearview mirror, discussions progressed to other aspects for the new Dirt Track at Memphis International Raceway (Memphis, Tennessee), and that’s where Chapter 3 of “From The Ground Up” takes us next. Being in the Mid-South […]

Jordan Yaggy

It’s the simple things in life that matter most. It’s a way of living that I truly believe in with all my heart. Sometimes we focus on the big things as we pursue what we deem to be true happiness. However, along the way I’ve learned the reality is oftentimes that the biggest keys to […]

Southern New Mexico

Southern New Mexico Speedway held its annual Winter Meltdown Dirt Modified race last weekend, and Ryan Gustin took the opportunity to win his first ever victory in Las Cruces. Gustin started the event in the eighth position, but it only took him seven laps to claim the lead. Speed Shift TV has the full highlight […]

From left, Bobby Sides, MIR Dirt Track Operations Director; Tripp Wells, construction consultant; Kevin Kane, CEO Memphis Convention and Visitor's Bureau; Pam Kendrick, VP and GM Memphis International Raceway; Jason Rittenberry, President and CEO IRG Sports + Entertainment; Terry Jones, Mayor of Millington; Ben Shelton, track design consultant; Dianne Baker, Millington Chamber of Commerce; Gary Graves, Millington Fire Chief and David Smith, A2H Architects.

Memphis International Raceway (MIR) broke ground Wednesday to commemorate the start of the construction of its new 3/10-mile dirt track. “This is a day that a lot of fans in the Mid-South have been waiting for,” MIR’s VP and GM Pam Kendrick said. “We’re finally starting construction on this new, state-of-the-art facility. If the weather […]

Scott Burson photo.

In 2015 COMP Cams is returning for the second year of a four-year agreement to serve as the title sponsor of the Doug Murphrey Memorial. It is one of the nation’s most prestigious Dirt Modified races, held each May at Ark-La-Tex Speedway in Vivian, Louisiana. Known as “The Land of Three-Wide,” Ark-La-Tex Speedway is regarded around […]

All Star Circuit of Champions

Well, it’s official. After making the announcement several weeks ago, the All Star Circuit of Champions announced that all the I’s have been dotted and the T’s crossed in Tony Stewart’s purchase of the racing series. In addition, veteran race official Don Grabey was hired as Series Director. “First off, I’m ecstatic that we got […]


MSD is offering a new Pro-Billet Distributor designed to handle the rigors and harsh racing conditions of Late Model, Modified, and off-road racing. This new distributor was designed with input from top racers and engine builders in circle track competition. The new Pro-Billet Distributor has been precision engineered to feature the several very cool enhancements.  Starting […]


We’ve gotten word that Strange Oval is putting itself out there to to help racers at one of Iowa’s bigger gatherings for racers and teams, so we thought we’d help spread the word of their generosity. The Heartland Auto Racing Show is excited to announce Strange Oval will be the presenting sponsor of the Friday night […]

Memphis International Raceway has just broken ground, but the plans are coming together nicely. (Photo courtesy MIR)

It’s the Little Things Sometimes you can’t see the forest for the trees. It’s a saying that many of us have heard. For others like myself, it’s a regular phrase used periodically in everyday life. I’ve come to find many times in life that I spend so much time focusing on trivial items that I […]

Modified Jumps Outer Wall

Once again our friends at Speed Shift TV have come away with some killer footage once again. Dirt Modified racer Jesse Richter in the white number 8 has the misfortune to bump wheels as he battles for position with the 17 as they race at Beatrice Speedway in Beatrice, Nebraska. That bump sends him into the […]

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