Take a look behind the scenes at Barry Wright’s brand-new ICON Chassis and the aerodynamic tricks that will help get you to the front of the pack.
Mercury and it’s Quicksilver brand are looking to make a big splash in the dirt track market with their new engine program.
Veteran writer and tech guru, Jeff Smith returns with an article explaining how to properly set up a Quarter Master 7.25” clutch and hydraulic bearing system.
Aeromotive implemented their state-of-the-art, fuel system technology to solve performance issues for the Vegas Off Road Experience (VORE).
Building your own dirt track race engine can save money and grief, but the smart move is to always use quality components to ensure a durable engine.
A short while back asked on OneDirt’s Facebook page to send us shots of your race car as they sit right now. And just like we expected, you wow’ed us. As thanks–and so the rest of you can enjoy the shots too–we’ve put together this gallery of select shots from the stuff sent in. Some […]
UPDATE: We’ve uploaded a new batch of photos that you have sent in. Enjoy! Man, do we love our OneDirt family! A few days ago we brought you a video of a Street Stock toting the left-front wheel practically all the way around the track. If you missed it, it is a pretty fun video and […]
One thing is for certain, members of OneDirt Nation are the absolute best. A short while back we put up a quick note on our OneDirt Facebook page saying we’d like to see some cool old photos of your dirt track race cars. And it wasn’t long before the great shots started rolling in. We […]
The midget style racing has always been present in the USAC National Midget series to the Chili Bowl, but one series that has been making huge strides in the dirt industry has been the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget Series.
Jeff Taylor’s season has been phenomenal in more than one respect. We caught up with the IMCA Super Nationals winner and discussed his incredible 2012. Read the complete story here.
USAC Racing’s first ever electric midget racer stands poised to change common thinking within racing. But is the electrification of motorsports a good thing?
Last year at arguably the biggest race of the year, the annual Dirt Late Model Dream, Will Vaught scored a very impressive fourth place finish against 91 other drivers. However his return to Eldora this year wouldn’t go as well as he had hoped. We caught up with the young driver at the 2012 Dream.
The brave teams that attempt to run the 2012 Hell Tour’s full schedule will be faced with over 5,000 miles of travel during 32 days, not to mention only have three days off in those 32 days. Read all about the 2012 Hell Tour here.
16 year-old Harli White has already been through more than some racers will experience in a lifetime of racing, including being pulled from the burning wreckage of a vicious accident, living to tell about it, and then stepping back into the cockpit. Read her story here.
At this year’s PRI trade show, we found a North East Modified racecar that was built for the 1973 Syracuse 100, but due to a series of odd circumstances, it never raced and was garaged for the next 33 years, leaving us with a mint condition version of a vintage North East Modified car from the early seventies.
The late country singer Marty Robbins, one of the most popular country artists of his era, had two great loves in his life, singing and racing. Many people don’t know that the singer who belted out hits like “A white sport coat and a pink carnation” and “El Paso”, was also a very avid race car driver in NASCAR.
Walking the tradeshow floor at the PRI show in Orlando, we happened to run across Bobby Lake Motorsports’ FASTrak crate late model in the Ikotec booth. Check out his awesome ride here.