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Friday, July 24, 2015 -

A seventh sprint car, the 1989 Knoxville Nationals-winning, Danny Peace-owned number 8d machine that was driven by ‘the Wolf,’ was rolled into the National Sprint Car Museum in Knoxville yesterday as the “Salute to Champion Doug Wolfgang” special exhibition was officially completed.  The display consists of six sprint cars that the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame inductee drove, and one black number 49 that he likely ...


Friday, July 24, 2015 -

Topping the list of “things to do at the 2015 Knoxville Nationals” is the United Trailers Golf Classic in memory of Kevin Gobrecht.  This annual fundraiser benefitting the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum provides a morning on the beautiful Iowa countryside ahead of the thrilling action that only happens at Knoxville Raceway in mid-August.

The important details of this four-person best shot tourney include:

Friday, August 14.
Bos Landen Golf Course, Pella, Iowa.


Thursday, July 16, 2015 -

National Sprint Car Museum special events coordinator Mike Noftsger and board member Mike Husted are headed to the World of Outlaws-sanctioned Kings Royal championship this weekend at the Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, for the annual museum-benefit auction.  The duo, fresh off their trip to Skagit Speedway for the Jim Raper Memorial Dirt Cup and the auction there, will coordinate the live auction in Eldora’s Fan Zone in the Multi-Purpose Building on Saturday, July 18, at 2:30 p.m.


Friday, July 10, 2015 -

Veteran sprint car driver Terry McCarl and sprint car owner Daryl Arend will headline the relocated “National Sprint Car Museum Madness 3” at the National Sprint League (NSL) sanctioned ‘410’ event at the Hancock County District Fair in Britt, Iowa, on Tuesday, July 21.  Both Terry and Daryl will be present with the vintage Arend-owned sprint car that was McCarl’s first ride.  The #1A sprint car will be on loan from the Kossuth County Agriculture & Motorsports Museum ...