- A star-studded 24-car field is set to take the green flag tonight for the nineteenth annual SPEED SPORT Knoxville World Challenge.
Larson continues to lead
Winged and non-winged sprint car hotshoe Kyle Larson of Elk Grove, California, continues to lead the Cox Design & Metal Fabrication Iowa Speed Week point championship, which awards $2,500 and the Jesse Hockett Mr. Sprint Car title, after night number eight. Jason Meyers won the Thursday night preliminary feature for the Goodyear Knoxville Nationals.
Larson clinches title
Following his win in Wednesday night’s Goodyear Knoxville Nationals preliminary main at the Knoxville Raceway, Kyle Larson of Elk Grove, California, has apparently clinched the Cox Design Iowa Speed Week point championship, which awards $2,500 and the Jesse Hockett “Mr. Sprint Car” title.
Larson takes lead in Speed Week Points
Following seven mains in five nights, versatile and talented Kyle Larson of Elk Grove, California, has taken the lead in the 2012 Cox Design & Metal Fabrication Iowa Speed Week points.
Football practice begins
Today was the first day of practice for high school football, cross country and volleyball.
Lasoski leads in Speed Week points
With his win in the preliminary main on the opening night of the Arnold Motor Supply 360-cubic-inch Knoxville Nationals on Thursday at Knoxville Raceway, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame (NSCHoF) inductee Danny Lasoski of Missouri is the early leader in the 2012 Cox Design & Metal Fabrication Iowa Speed Week point standings.
Who will be here this week?
It used to be ‘the Saturday before The Nationals’ that had Knoxville fans asking, “Who is going to be here this week?” Now it is ‘the Saturday before the Iowa Speed Week,’ which is this Saturday, July 28.
Knoxville girls win two at state
The Knoxville 9-10 year-old all-star girls’ softball team went 4-1 in district play to earn a trip to the state meet.
Knoxville All-Stars going to State
The Knoxville Little League 12 and under all-stars have won their district and earned their way into the state tournament. Team supporters are asking for your assistance, in aiding the families who need to make the trip to Sioux City.
Attack celebrates World Series victory
Attack, a 12 and under USSSA girls' softball team from Knoxville, won the USSSA C World Series in Kansas City, Mo. Coach Scott Bridges also led up to a hair-shortening promise upon their return.
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