Welcome to the most exciting form of motorsports known to man!  Yes .., we’re talking about 950-horsepower open wheel sprint cars battling wheel-to-wheel on a dirt oval track. To loyal racing fans, this exciting brand of racing has few peers in the world of motorsports.  And rightfully so!

The NARC Fujitsu General USA Sprint Cars Series has been entertaining fans for more than six decades as the best sprint car teams in California do battle at dirt oval tracks throughout State.  We have several great racing events and promotions lined up for you as we go on another quest to crown a “King of the West” champion.

For those of you new to the sport, most fans recognize sprint cars by two noteworthy characteristics – the billboard size aerodynamic wings that stabilize the cars at high-speed and the staggered tires that improve cornering ability.  The wings work in reverse of an airplane wing and produce down force which helps the car get a grip on the racetrack.  In addition, the wings improve stability of the car in the corners and allow sprint cars to generate laps times of less than 16 seconds on a half-mile oval.  Did we mention that these cars only weight 1450 pounds fully loaded?  To pilot one of these 410 c.i. fire-breathing machines requires not only bravery, but split-second aggressive decision making and driving skills that are just downright impressive.

We encourage you to catch up with the 2022 NARC Fujitsu General USA Sprint Car Series at a track near you between April 2nd and November 6th.  Overall, our schedule features 25-racing events at 13 different venues in California, Oregon, and Washington.  These tracks include Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico, the Dirt Track at Kern County Speedway in Bakersfield, Placerville Speedway, Petaluma Speedway, Ocean Speedway in Watsonville, Tulare Thunderbowl Raceway, Merced Speedway, Santa Maria Speedway, Keller Auto Speedway in Hanford, the Stockton Dirt Track, Southern Oregon Speedway, Willamette Speedway in Oregon, Cottage Grove Raceway, Grays Harbor Raceway, and Skagit Speedway in Washington.

We thank our racing teams and sponsors for their generous commitment to open wheel racing and the Northern Auto Racing Club King of the West series.  And most importantly, we thank you … our loyal fans for your patronage and support.  LET’S GO RACING!

SPECIAL NOTE:  Unless otherwise noted by the CDC, Covid-19 safety protocols are in place at all of our events.  We highly advise race fans to contact the race track before traveling long distances.

This website is constantly updated with new information.  Tune in often!

Make sure you follow us on social media:

We have two Facebook Pages:
King of the West Sprints – focused primarily on current events
NARC Sprint Cars – focused on 60-years of 410 c.i. sprint car history

Twitter:  @NARC410
Instagram:  NARC410
YouTube: NARC410

All of our events are live-steamed on PPV at Floracing.com (subscription required)

Photo by Joe Shivak

OUR NORTHERN AUTO RACING CLUB KING OF THE WEST
SUPPORTING STAFF

Jim Allen – NARC GM/PR
Brent Kaeding – VP NARC
Laurel Belton – Secretary/Treasurer
Dan Belton – Director of Competition
Mike Andreetta – Race Coordinator/Technical
Ed Entz – Flagman
Pat Freeman – Infield Official
Donna Peter – Official Photographer
Alex Nieten – PR Assistant
Official Merchandise Concessions:  Bullet Impression Inc – Jim Gardner
Official Parts Concesssions:  Kaeding Performance Center – Bill Foland

2022 NARC-King of the West Advisory Board
Bud Kaeding
Dominic Scelzi
Brent Kaeding
Joshua Bates
Dominic Scelzi

We would like to offer SPECIAL THANKS to all of the talented photographers and videographers who have contributed to our efforts:

Mills Video Promotions
Donna Peter
Joe Shivak – Joe Shivak Imagery
Matt Sublett – M & M Photos
Paul Trevino Photos
Scott Ramsey
Petersen Media

Web Assistance:  AestheticMedia.com

Special Thanks to racing historian Adam Ulrey – nwsprintcarhistory.com
Your research and record keeping is priceless!

THE BEST OF THE WEST JUST GOT BETTER!