Typically on race day, Luke Benischeck of Durant is the crew chief for his younger brother Jake. On Sunday, and twice last year, Jake returned the favor.
Despite feeling some burnout, Vinton’s Justin Wacha keeps racing at Benton County Speedway.
Bry and Tony Olson both raced at Hawkeye Downs on Friday night.
IndyCar will return next season to Iowa Speedway, a short oval track beloved by fans and drivers that had fallen off the schedule after 14 years.
Orlan McCauley, a former wrecker and current official, has helped drivers and cleaned up accidents for nearly 40 years.
Kaden Reynolds eyes hobby stock championship after winning rookie and junior titles
Hawkeye Downs honored 2020 and 2021 Wall of Fame inductees Friday night
Noah Beenken is working to earn respect at Benton County Speedway.
NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Brett Moffitt is back in his home state with plenty of racing on his schedule.
Jeff Selfridge grew up going to Hawkeye Downs, then raced on the track, and now can be heard by fans and drivers every race night.
FAIRMONT, Minn. (AP) — An auto racing announcer in southern Minnesota is out for the rest of the season following a racist rant he made during a side gig in Iowa last month — and the Minnesota track promoter who supported him is now apologizing.
Iowa Speedway hosts the ARCA Shore Lunch 150 on Saturday night, but won’t have a NASCAR race in 2021.
With Rob Aimers’ time focused on bowling seven days a week, nine months a year as manager of Revolutions Pro Shop inside Cedar Rapids Bowling Center, racing season is his "three-month vacation."
The promoter for a southern Minnesota raceway has come out in support of the track’s announcer who — while filling in for the regular announcer earlier this week at a northern Iowa speedway — made racially charged remarks.
A fill-in track announcer at Kossuth County Speedway in Algona lost his job after comments he made during races this week caused social media backlash.