- Bell wins third straight Chili Bowl with last lap pass on Larson
- Chili Bowl: "Going back-to-back means even more" for Christopher Bell
- Chili Bowl: Tough loss "still hasn't really sunk in yet" for Larson
- Chili Bowl: Bell goes back to back; heartbreak for Larson
- Chili Bowl: Rico Abreu finds his fire again after racing hiatus
Christopher Bell and Kyle Larson certainly put on a show in the 33rd running of the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals.
Kudos to Chili Bowl Nationals promoter Emmett Hahn for expanding the 2019 schedule to include an extra day of racing.
As the dust started to clear at Tulsa Expo Speedway and Christopher Bell finished his post-Chili Bowl Nationals celebration with his winning Keith Kunz Motorsports team, Kyle Larson was back in the pits signing autographs.
Christopher Bell went back-to-back in the Chili Bowl Nationals on Saturday.
Andrew Felker didn’t know whether he would even make it to Saturday’s Chili Bowl Nationals races after taking a wild ride during hot laps at Tulsa Expo Raceway on Monday.
It’s fitting that Tanner Berryhill should be holding a bowl of chili while hanging in his pits at Tulsa Expo Raceway.
After winning rookie honors in 2017, Donny Schatz returned for a second bite at the Chili Bowl Nationals.
Justin Grant went back-to-back in the Friday preliminary race for the Chili Bowl Nationals.
Before Christopher Bell left the field in his dust—literally—during Thursday’s races, he tweeted, “The most nervous day of the year has arrived, my Chili Bowl Nationals qualifying night.”
Alex Bowman couldn’t keep his hands off of the No. 55x Valvoline midget race car in the hours leading up to his team’s qualifying night for the Chili Bowl Nationals.
Christopher Bell was perfection on Thursday in the 32nd Chili Bowl Nationals.
In the weeks following Rico Abreu’s wreck in the 4-Crown Nationals at Eldora Speedway on September 23rd of last year, he wondered whether he would ever race again.
Rico Abreu held off Tyler Thomas to win the preliminary night feature in the Chili Bowl Nationals on Wednesday.
Kyle Larson’s New Zealand racing adventure was the perfect precursor to the 2018 Chili Bowl Nationals.
Kyle Larson became the first driver to qualify for Saturday’s 2018 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals A-Main with his win at Tulsa Expo Raceway on Tuesday night.
Chad Boat won the 10th annual Vacuworx International Race of Champions on Tuesday night at Tulsa ExpoRaceway.
Ryan Smith has been added to the Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Development roster for the 2018 Chili Bowl Nationals.
There’s no doubt, Christopher Bell had a career year in 2017.
After a missing last year's Chili Bowl Nationals, Kasey Kahne is thrilled to be heading to Tulsa again.
Richard Childress Racing has expanded its portfolio to include an open-wheel partnership with Dooling Hayward Motorsports.
Donny Schatz topped the rookie ranks again.
Christopher Bell wasn’t alive the last time an Oklahoman won the Chili Bowl Nationals.
Justin Grant’s life has changed dramatically over the last week — and he has the bags under his eyes to prove it.