Profiles & Interviews

Dirt Oval 66

After sitting dormant for two decades, Dirt Oval 66 in Illinois is getting a new lease on life, highlighted by a new layout and an aggressive schedule.

Brad Sweet

Brad Sweet hopes to hold his hot hand during the 46th annual DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park.

Nick Hoffman in Summit Modified Nationals victory lane at Kankakee.

Racers, who do double duty as chassis manufacturers, strive to find the perfect balance during Speedweeks.

Kenny Carroll - Kenny Shaw photo

With new rules and a new car, racing veteran Kenny Carroll has his sights set on an ambitious and successful 2017 season.

Austin Siebert (16) and Terry Phillips (Mike Ruefer photo)

Despite a late-season injury in 2016, Austin Siebert has a positive outlook for the 2017 season.

Rick Laubach in victory lane.

Veteran racers, Rick Laubach and Billy Pauch are geared to start the season with strong performances during Volusia’s DIRTcar Nationals.

Sheldon Haudenschild

Second generation racer, Sheldon Haudenschild will chase the WoO Craftsman Sprint Car rookie of the year title in 2017.

Harli White - Bestmann Photo

Oklahoma’s Harli White reflects on her first-ever Australian racing excursion.

Crowleys Ridge

Crowley’s Ridge Raceway is old school as old school gets and they’ve been thriving that way for 30 years.


Ken Schrader talks racing addiction, Tony Stewart, Kenny Wallace, advice for beginners, and all points in between.

Golden Isles Speedway 5 - Heath Lawson

In a day and time where it seems like dirt tracks are struggling more than ever, it’s refreshing to hear about a facility on the rise.

Austin Hubbard

Delaware’s Austin Hubbard is joining forces with veteran car owner, Steve Nuttall for an aggressive 2017 campaign.

Max McLaughlin 042316

HBR teammates, Max McLaughlin and Jimmy Phelps are eager to start the 2017 season at Volusia Speedway Park during the DIRTcar Nationals.

Steve Sims 4

58-year-old, Steve Sims has found the perfect balance of life and racing.

Stewart Friesen's Big Block Modified

An extremely successful dirt career has propelled Stewart Friesen into the NASCAR ranks.

Noah Burlison 2 - Brandon Young photo

Kevin Newsom makes his OneDirt debut with his signature series, Up Next. His first column focuses on Arkansas Mini Sprint standout, Noah Burlison.

BROOKLYN, MI - AUGUST 28:  Kyle Larson, driver of the #42 Target Chevrolet, girlfriend Katelyn Sweet and son Owen Larson affixe the winner’s decal to his car in Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway on August 28, 2016 in Brooklyn, Michigan.  (Photo by Brian Lawdermilk/NASCAR via Getty Images)

Whether he’s competing in NASCAR or on dirt, Kyle Larson lives to race.

Jacob Hawkins 2 - Tyler Carr photo

OneDirt puts racing standout, Jacob Hawkins on the hot seat for four questions.


Georgia’s Bubba Pollard is racing – and winning – in the Dirt Late Model Ranks.

Steve Beach

Despite being underfunded and under powered racer, Steve Beach is hoping to have some fun and maybe score an upset in this weekend’s Gateway Dirt Nationals.

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