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8 Mike O’Connor (Editor)
10 Kelley Carlton
12 Cyndi Stiffler
14 Justin Zoch (Editor)
15 Bob Mays
16 Pit Pass and Industry News
17 Monthly Milestones
18 Local Heroes
19 Musings From A Racer
Intro to iRacing
We explore the world of iRacing through an extensive interview with iRacing pro Billy Rowlee and a chat with the principals that bring iRacing to everyone’s living rooms.
Veteran Pennsylvania campaigner Boom Briggs has persevered through a series of physical and personal setbacks and never lost sight of his goal to win on the national stage.
Where he Wants to Be
Ashton Winger is the son of veteran Dirt Late Model Crew Chief and Shock Specialist Gary Winger. At a young age he is forging his own career in the sport as a driver.
Eric Pollard has become a serious threat to win on the Iowa Late Model scene. Read about his journey, which included a stint racing in England.
Micheal Long describes himself as a pretty good racer. As we find out in his story, that's a humble understatement.
Nevada Chiropractor and racer Wade Taylor has taken extreme measures to up his game by repeatedly traveling thousands of miles to the heart of IMCA Modified country to compete.
Indiana's Ryan Cripe was an unexpected name that consistently showed up in the box scores from 2020 Speed Weeks. Find out how this late bloomer has seriously blossomed as a racer.
What’s New 2020?
The season was just launching in March when everything changed. Bill Wright has a roundup of all of the newsfor 2020 in an ever-changing Sprint Car landscape.
Dylan Cisney grew up in Port Royal, Pennsylvania, and that track will always be home to him. These days, though, he’s racing more often and at more tracks in order to improve his program.
Bobby Allen is a legend in our sport and we check in with him as his grandkids, Logan Schuchart and Jacob Allen, continue their rise with the World of Outlaws and their family team.
A Purple Heart Promoting Hope
Nick Guernsey is a decorated American war hero who uses his story, and his Sprint Car, to spread a message of hope for other military veterans.
The first of two stories on two of IMCA's all-time most dominant racers. First up is Hobby Stock legend Shannon Anderson.
The second of two stories on IMCA's all-time most dominant racers. Second up Stock Car legend Mike Nichols.
110Ask Mark Tech Tips
112 The Northeast Dirt
114 The Inside Track
116 Beyond the Dirt
118Five Minutes With…
120 Where Are They Now?
122 Backtracking With Jim Volgarino
126 Blast From the Past
128 Competition Archives
132 New Products
136 Salute to the Shooter
140 Through the Lens
146 Advertiser Index