The elevated traction makes the automotive faster and simpler to control. Once dominant United States Automobile Club grew to become USAC/California Racing Association (USAC/CRA) after taking over the Sprint Car Racing Association . USAC/CRA remains in style on the West Coast, East Coast and in Indiana. USAC additionally has hosted the Silver Crown series, primarily based in Indiana, for many years. The Silver Crown series was started in 1971 as an offshoot of the sequence that competed for the National Championship Trail including the Indianapolis 500, generally known as “huge cars”.
In 2015, the World of Outlaws had several races broadcast on CBS Sports Network. Knoxville Raceway has their weekly series as well as World of Outlaws and National Sprint League events on MavTV.
USAC presently has some races televised on MavTV, primarily via Jack Slash Media’s Dirty 30 highlights program. Other series such as the Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint Car Series, King of the West Sprint Cars, King of the Wing Pavement Sprint Cars, and a number of other weekly regional collection on MavTV. Despite over 50 years of dash automotive racing, the category has only ever held one unofficial “world championship”.