Big Game Motorsports and Gravel Kicking Off Third Season Together at DIRTcar Nationals

February 1st, 2023

Inside Line Promotions – WINDOM, Minn. (Feb. 1, 2023) – Big Game Motorsports begins the 2023 campaign next week in Florida, where David Gravel returns to pilot the No. 2 sprint car on the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series trail for the third straight year.

The team posted a runner-up result in the championship standings last year for the second straight season and is eyeing a coveted championship this season.

“We have three guys on our team that have all worked together so I know we have the equipment and the people,” Gravel said. “There were about three nights you wish you could take away last year, but that’s racing. I think we’re more than capable of accomplishing all of our goals this year. We were so close to so many amazing things last year. One more step and we’re there.”

It all begins Feb. 7-11 at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, which hosts a pair of Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions contests prior to the first three World of Outlaws races of the season.

After wet weather canceled the two All Star races during the DIRTcar Nationals last year, Gravel posted finishes of fourth and second prior to earning a triumph during the event finale. It was his first career World of Outlaws victory at Volusia Speedway Park and secured the DIRTcar Nationals title. Read more »

Big Game Motorsports Produces Another Stout Season With Gravel Behind the Wheel

November 14th, 2022

Inside Line Promotions – WINDOM, Minn. (Nov. 14, 2022) – Big Game Motorsports driver David Gravel finished second in the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series championship standings for the second straight season.

Gravel led the series with 60 top 10s and he finished in the top five with seven wins (third most), 20 podiums (third most), 39 top fives (second most), eight quick times (tied for the second most), 216 feature laps led (third most), 27 heat race wins (the most), 43 dash appearances (second most), five dash wins (third most) and three Hard Charger Awards (tied for the fifth most).

“I would say the year was very solid,” he said. “I wish we could have had a couple more wins. I’d take back a couple of laps on the season at Knoxville and Huset’s. With that and being really close to the championship, I think it shows we’re close to putting it all together. If you take back 20 laps it could have been an unbelievable year.” Read more » - Web Site by WRT Web Designs