Our longtime Editor, Bobby Kimbrough talks about his near fatal heart attack and how lucky he feels to have experienced the attack at a racetrack. We are certainly glad to have him back in the saddle, and you should be too! Read his insightful look at the near tragedy here.
NASCAR makes our Editor extremely thankful that dirt track sanctioning bodies have allowed drivers to voice their opinion on issues within dirt track racing.
There’s no denying how passionate David Cardey is about open wheel racing. But in our first racer column he addresses how dirt racing as a whole doesn’t receive much respect and deserves a lot more credit within the motorsports industry. Will you agree with all his thoughts?
Dirt racing is changing every year as more and more multi-car teams pop up every season. These teams bring good and bad things to the sport, as they could change big-time dirt track racing forever. Are these changes for the better?
Recently on OneDirt’s Facebook page, we went through and highlighted our ten biggest news stories of 2012 based on the views for the entire year. After completing the list, it got our Editor thinking – what really was the biggest news of 2012?
Recently at the World Finals, Brett Hearn impressed our editor so much with a late race pass that it left him wondering who is the smartest driver in all of dirt track racing. Could it be Brett Hearn?
Evelyn Pratt is probably a name that those outside of the circle track world have never heard of. What Evelyn has done in her life, and what she stands for, makes her a hero to those that do know her. Our Tech Editor believes that Evelyn should be a hero for everyone. More on the amazing life of Evelyn Pratt here:
Have you ever gotten the feeling that Federal Government help simply hurts too much to accept. Our Tech Editor talks about that issue and explains what you can do to prevent it.
September 28th, 2012 was a hard day for motorsports with the passing of Chris Economaki, Dick Fleck and Margaret Frank. Each of these great people were responsible for keeping legendary racing in front of fans. Each did it in their own way, right up to the day that the engine music died.
Our Tech Editor talks about being a first time voter for the National Motorsports Press Association’s Hall of Fame. See his choices for enshrinement and who he voted for.
Our Tech Editor takes a moment to reflect on some of the dirt track racing greats that were lost in the month of August over the years.
At the 2012 Knoxville Nationals our editor watched history unfold in front of him, an event that hadn’t occurred in 35 straight years. History he wishes he had never witnessed.
Surprisingly, most of the time when someone doesn’t work out, it’s not because they are bad writers or can’t tell an F-bomb from a F-stop – it’s some kind of self-sabotaging behavior…
The Olympics are a great chance for us all to cheer for team USA every four years but how much better would it be if motorsports were included. Contributor Chris McWilliams debates the idea of including Motorsports in the Olympics.
What happens when you mix a metal fabricator, a big job and a compressed timeframe? Complacency of course, and our Tech Editor presents a new scientific law with justification for your pleasure. Read more here.
With each race that is held every weekend, there are dozens of unsung heroes that work to make the show a good one. The same thing happens in race reporting and our Tech Editor acknowledges a few of the people that are unsung heroes that help us get our coverage to you.
Dirt track racing is a sport well stocked with history, and tradition. Everywhere you look you can see the past though the racing today. Our Editor takes a look at how today’s dirt racing has been shaped by its past. Read his column here.
In this month’s guest column we are visited by the Digital Media Manager of the IMCA, Barry Braun. Will you agree with his take on the use of Social Media with the local dirt track? Read his column here.
a 9 year-old Tyler Clem picked up his career best finish at Bubba Raceway Park when he finished eighth. This is extremely impressive when you consider that Tyler was racing grown men in an open wheel modified. But how young is too young to be racing?
When tackling the “Quick Change Rear End” debate in short track racing, you will find that there are a variety of opinions, especially regarding whether they are hurting or helping the affordability and continued growth of the sport. Read our guest’s opinion in this month’s guest column.