Welcome to Red Dirt Clay


Welcome to Red Dirt Clay! This site is dedicated to the purpose of promoting dirt racing in the United States. We will do our very best to provide press releases and results from the major dirt series across the country with the Sprint Car Hall of Fame, some of the historic tracks and many of the drivers participating in those respective series. In addition, we will cover the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars for every race to include driver interviews and articles related to dirt racing in the U.S.

I have covered dirt racing at a few other sites over the last 3 years and found that as a rule most of those sites are NASCAR based. Although I have total respect for the drivers of NASCAR, it is in my opinion that series is well covered and represented. Dirt, on the other hand, seems to be lacking in coverage and information.

I will attempt to gear the site to all knowledge-based groups. From the basics, for the new follower, to the more advanced for the long time follower. Eventually, I hope to be able to educate and inform all on the different forms of dirt series and open doors of exciting racing for all.

It is my hope that all on this site will show respect and admiration for all forms of racing and its competitors. Our focus is dirt racing but without the continued efforts of drivers like Tony Stewart, J.J. Yeley, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Dave Blaney, we could not survive. The returns of their investments in their careers to the dirt genre are immense and undeniable.

As the site continues to take shape, you will see menu entries that will direct you to the series or track information that you are seeking. We will have information about track histories, car evolution and series points that are progressive as the season advances. Obviously at this point we are in a state of development and are looking forward to growth and improvements.

We welcome your comments and encourage your to share the site with others. Any comments, questions or suggestions should be sent here.

Thanks for your support!

One thought on “Welcome to Red Dirt Clay

  1. The article on Jac was amazing. I know him well and followed him closely. The article was extremely well written. Talk about a real hero, how he has handled himself and represent the sport could not be better. I have great stories and memories of Jac and thank you for writing something that has truth and flavor.
    Tom Hall

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