20 WORLD OF OUTLAWS CHAMPIONSHIPS
690 WORLD OF OUTLAW WINS
12 TIMES KNOXVILLE NATIONALS CHAMPION
20-time World of Outlaws (WoO) Sprint Car Series champion. Competed in the first career World of Outlaws race on March 18, 1978 at Devil’s Bowl Speedway. Has won every major Sprint car race during his racing career. 690 career WoO Sprint Car Series A-Feature victories. 12-time Knoxville Nationals champion. Finished 14th in the 1997 Indianapolis 500. Fourteen-time National 410 Sprint Car Driver of the Year. Nineteen-time American Auto Racing Writers & Broadcasters Association All-American honoree. In 2017, Steve was inducted into the Motorsports Hall of Fame in Florida.
KNOXVILLE NATIONALS CHAMPION
WORLD OF OUTLAWS & ALL STAR CIRCUIT OF CHAMPIONS ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Kraig began racing winged Sprint cars in 2000. Kraig was the 2004 World of Outlaws Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year. Won the 2005 Knoxville Nationals making him and father Steve, the only father-son duo to have won the prestigious event. In 2005 debuted and won the Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA) race at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn. Made 18 starts in 2006 with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Made 13 starts in 2007 with the Truck Series and 2 ARCA starts. Won that year's All Star Circuit of Champions Fall Classic at Lawrenceburg Speedway. Has 17 career WoO Sprint car victories, earning him a spot inside the top-21 of the WoO all-time win list.
Mikey started racing Quarter Midgets at the age of 3 and half. When he was 8 years of age he moved onto Go-Karts. 6 years later, Mikey began racing a 360 cubic inch Non Wing Sprint car and shortly after a winged 410ci Sprint car, where he broke his upper back.
Originally from Arizona, Mikey joined Tony Stewart Racing (TSR) in 2003, where he worked on both wing and non-wing Sprint cars. After 7 years at TSR, Mikey then joined the team in 2011.
INDIANA SPRINT CHAMPION
HARF (HOOSIER AUTO RACING FANS) HALL OF FAME
Randy began racing Sprint cars in 1975 and picked up his first feature win in 1977. Over his racing career Randy won over 350 races in both wing and non-wing sprint cars. Randy has won championships at Bloomington, Kokomo, Lawrenceburg and Tri-State. He also was inducted into the Hoosier Auto Racing Fans Hall of Fame in 1995. Mike Waltz Memorial Mental Attitude Sportsmanship award, Australian Sprintcar Masters, Jeff Thickstun Memorial Lawrenceburg, HARF Pat O'Connor Award, KC Fall Classic Winner and Brad Doty Classic at Attica.