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New Xtreme Outlaw Series for Midgets, Non-Wing Sprint Cars

World Racing Group (WRG) CEO Brian Carter has announced the addition of the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series and Xtreme Outlaw Sprint Car Series. The company behind the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars, World of Outlaws Late Models, Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modifieds, DIRTcar Racing, and more made the announcement during the 2021 PRI

Industry Mourns Loss of Doug Auld

Doug Auld, the Hall of Fame journalist and founder of Sprint Car & Midget Magazine, has passed away following a brief illness. He was 59.   “A giant has left us,” longtime Sprint Car & Magazine writer and columnist Dave Argabright said in a release. “Doug was intensely passionate about motorsports, and his effort and

The 2021 Chili Bowl Welcomes Over 300 Drivers

A total of 309 midget drivers were on hand for the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the River Spirit Expo Center in Tulsa, OK. The 35th annual event took place over the weekend and helped kick off the 2021 racing season.  Kyle Larson fended

POWRi Announces New Lucas Oil Outlaw Midget Series

Performance Open Wheel Racing Incorporated (POWRi) has announced it will sanction the POWRi Lucas Oil Outlaw Midget Series. The POWRi Lucas Oil Outlaw Midget Series will primarily run in Florida and Mississippi, with series officials planning on visits to Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Louisiana as the series grows. Employing economy-based midgets that utilize a stock

Midget Engines – Perfect Power from Pint-Size Performers

Midget open-wheel racecars and the Stock (S Class) and Modified (A Class) inboard hydroplanes have provided thrills and chills for racing fans since the 1930s. And as the speed and performance of these radically-different racing machines has improved, so have the engines that power them. These engines have varied from stock four and six-cylinder automotive-type

Midget Engines

Midget open-wheel racecars and the Stock (S Class) and Modified (A Class) inboard hydroplanes have provided thrills and chills for racing fans since the 1930s. And as the speed and performance of these radically-different racing machines has improved, so have the engines that power them.