May 3, 2018

Performance Racing Industry Article Discussing Sprints and Midgets Racing at Sycamore Speedway

More National Coverage for Sycamore Speedway as the 2018 Season has only One night in the books. This article is filled with testimonies from Tracks and Track Promoters from across the country, all discussing the demographic shift in Sprint and Midget racing. Pay note to the “Midgets in Close Quarters” section to hear about Midgets and Sprints at Sycamore Speedway during 2018! Click here to read article now!  
April 30, 2018

Opening night winners!

April 29, 2018

55th Season Commences at Sycamore Speedway

55th Season Opener at Sycamore Speedway
January 23, 2018

“Six Badger Midget races at Sycamore in 2018”

Sun Prairie, WI, December 26, 2017 — The Zimbrick Chevrolet of Sun Prairie Badger Midget Series will return to Sycamore (IL) Speedway for six races during the 2018 season. This marks the third year that Badger will visit the famed 58 year old track in Northern Illinois. The first appearance for the Badger Midgets on the 1/3 mile dirt oval will be on Saturday, May 12 followed by dates in July, August, and September. 84 Lumber Company will join the Zimbrick Chevrolet of Sun Prairie Badger Midget Series as a supporting sponsor during the organizations 82nd season of midget racing. […]
December 19, 2017

2018 Summer Nationals Schedule Announced

The Hell Tour Unleashed: 28 Races in 32 Days Highlight the 2018 DIRTcar Summer Nationals Schedule 33rd annual Hell Tour for DIRTcar Racing Late Models to feature nine races paying $10,000 to win! By: Matt Prieur CONCORD, NC — Dec. 6, 2017 — The most grueling and intimidating schedule in all of motorsports, the DIRTcar Racing Summer Nationals Hell Tour will embark on its 33rd straight year of competition in 2018. In just 32 days, the premier drivers and teams within the DIRTcar Racing Late Model ranks will race in 28 events spread out over seven states vying for almost […]
December 12, 2017

The Hell Tour Gets Hotter with Nine $10,000-To-Win Races

The world was once filled with endurance races. The Paris-to-Dakar Rally, Baja 1000, and even the World 600 was conceived as a way to push drivers and equipment to their limit. Established in 1985, the Hell Tour was another of those tests of stamina. Now, 33 years it is the last event standing. Dakar has moved to South America because of terrorism in Northern Africa. Baja is a shadow of its former self. And mechanical engineering has turned the World 600 into just another long race on the NASCAR schedule. In 2018, the DIRTcar Nationals—the less dramatic name for the […]