2015 SCHEDULE

 April
 18th: Path Valley
 May
  1st: Trail-Way
  9th: Path Valley
 23rd: Path Valley
 30th: Path Valley
 June
 13th: Path Valley
 26th: I-88 Speedway*
 27th: Thunder Mountain Speedway*
 July
  2nd: SSP
  4th: Path Valley
 17th: Lindas Wingless Challenge
 18th: Five Mile Point*
 19th: Penn Can*
 25th: Path Valley - Wingless
 August
  1st: Hagerstown
  8th: Path Valley
 14th: Trail Way
 22nd: Path Valley
 September
  5th: Path Valley
 11th: Lindas
 12th: Path Valley
 19th: Path Valley - Wingless
 26th: Hagerstown
 October
 10th: Path Valley Sprint Nationals
 31st: SSP

​ *Empire – Non Points

​Welcome to SidewinderSprints.com

Sidewinder Sprints were established in 2007 with the thought of creating a class that reduced / contained costs and would be equally at home on the smaller (1/8 mile) or larger (1/2 mile) tracks. What started off as a basic 600cc micro chassis with a 1000cc engine installed, it quickly became apparent that a niche market existed between micro’s and full size sprints where the average working man could still afford to race. The rules were developed to include the larger 13” wheels and 16 square foot wings and also the upright chassis for those wanting more of a full size sprint car feel.

The engines can be either a stock 1000cc engine or for those that like to tinker, an unlimited less than 760cc engine. With the rules package including hard spec tires and limitations on cockpit adjusters, the weekly racing costs are contained.

There is no such thing as “cookie cutter” racing with Sidewinder Sprints as the teams get to choose the combinations that they like. As in previous seasons, 2014 saw every combination of chassis, wheels, wings and engines visit victory lane continuing to prove the success of the rules / race format package.

Since our inception, we have constantly strived to provide the most cost effective winged sprint car racing and realize that the towing costs and pit fees have become the biggest expense in our racing budgets. 2015 will see us continue to add more racing for your dollar as we once again utilize their unique twin feature format with a finish/passing points matrix to determine the nights finishing order for payout. Once again in 2015, your passing points will become your season championship points.

Our focus remains on continuing to have “fun” racing in the most cost effective sprint car racing in the world.  In 2015 our schedule will see us visit 9 different tracks for 18 winged points races and 3 non-wing / separate points races and 4 New York non points races for a total of 25 scheduled races. With twin feature every night the teams have the opportunity to visit victory lane 50 different times. You can’t beat that value !

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Tire Shootout Invitational Results
Tire Shootout Points based on 5, 4, 3, 2, & 1
Total Points to Date

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