The Tulsa Shootout in Tulsa, Oklahoma is the largest event for micro sprint racing in the country. Going into the 29th year of this prestigious event, many drivers dream of bringing home the Golden Driller. With the numbers of entries growing every year, with a record of 998 total entries last year, it is certainly an event for every race fan and driver to experience. It’s a five-day event that encompasses 8 different racing classes including Winged and Non-Wing 600cc Outlaw Micros, A-Class 600cc Micros, ASCS ECOtech Midgets, Restricted Micros,1200cc Mini Sprints, and the exciting Jr. Sprint class for the kids from 6-12. You’ll see drivers from all over the country attending this event ranging from amateur to professional, ages 6 to 60! Invite your friends, invite your family…This is something you do not want to miss!
1.4.14 Tulsa Shootout Results Frank Flud Doubles up as Oklahoma Takes Five Golden Drillers TULSA, Okla. (January 4, 2014) - It’s a night that Frank Flud will never forget. Coming out of “B” Feature competition, the Pryor, Okla. driver led the distance in his Last Chance Qualifier to earn a ticket into the night’s 25 Lap feature event where everything went his way; coming from seventeenth to victory in the “A” Class Non-Wing feature event. Seven races later, Flud again Read More
1.3.14 Tulsa Shootout Results Stage set for Saturday at the Tulsa Shootout TULSA, Okla. (January 3, 2014) - Pushing into “B” Features, the final chances for drivers to advance into Saturday’s championship features in the 29th annual Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout are becoming few. Completing 195 of the scheduled 234, Saturday will pick up with remaining “B” Features taking the top two from each into the night’s Last Chance Qualifiers (LCQ). The top eight from each qualifier will join the drRead More
1.2.14 Tulsa Shootout Results Variety of winners round out Thursday at the Tulsa Shootout TULSA, Okla. (January 2, 2014) - The second day of competition in the 29th Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout brought Heat Races to a close. Adding to the 45 contested the previous night in Non-Wing Outlaw and “A” Class, an additional 71 Heats in “A” Class Non-Wing, 1,200cc Mini Sprints, Junior Sprints, Restricted “A” Class, ECOtec Midgets, and Winged Outlaw ran through the River SpiriRead More