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After finishing 5th in the final 2016 USAC Silver Crown Series point’s standings, David Byrne will head right back to USAC’s premier tour for the 2017 season and make a run at the title.
First full season with USAC’s premier tour results in 10th place finish in points
Reigning Rich Vogler Classic Winner set to begin title chase at Toledo Speedway
Wisconsin open-wheel standout ready for long trip West for three races in three days
Impressive showings so far in Winged Sprint Car competition builds momentum going into Gateway
USAC Traxxas Silver Crown Series Date At Lucas Oil Raceway First Race Of The 2014 Season For David Byrne
2014 Schedule to also include Winged Sprint Car Races with Must See Xtreme Sprint Series
Winged Sprint Car added to the USAC Silver Crown Series entry for the new year
Byrne Racing will again be a part of the USAC Silver Crown [Champ Car] Series in 2013.
Byrne Racing had a somewhat successful year. We had a steep learning curve with the Silver Crown Car but David and Chuy had the car running really good in Toledo OH, the last race.
Byrne Racing has everything in place or in the works to concentrate on 9 USAC National Pavement Midget Races.
It’s been a couple of years since Byrne Racing has made the trip to Turkey Night in California.
The Byrne Racing Team returns home from Iowa Speedway with great anticipation for next week’s “Night Before the 500” in Indianapolis Indiana.
The Byrne Racing Team has been working diligently in preparation for the 2010 racing season.
David did extremely well at Grundy. Not the finish we wanted but David made some moves on the track that were really impressive.
Byrne Racing is experiencing a very frustrating year in the Midget Racing world. If it isn’t a brake issue, it’s a motor issue.
At Auto City Speedway in Clio MI Saturday October 4, Doug Dietsch won the WOMS Championship but David Byrne stole the show with the feature win.
The Byrne Racing Team had a very disappointing week-end racing close to home in 3 USAC National Races.
David Byrne started the 2008 Midget Racing season with a great day at the National USAC Midget Race in Anderson Indiana on April 6.
David Byrne and his RaceTeamGear.com Bytec Inc, Tricor Insurance midget racing team closed out a strong 2007 racing season with a solid second place finish in D’Arcy Motors UMARA National Midget points.
David Byrne looks to contend for his first feature win this weekend at his “home” track in Oregon, WI.
A season in which David Byrne had hoped to challenge for his first championship, got off to a slow start.
After fixing the Cam Gears of the Fontana in our new Stealth car, the Engine developed major problems running 3rd the first race out and gave up on the last lap of a 50 lap UMARA Race.
After a somewhat successful Test at Indianapolis Raceway Park on Thursday May 2nd, but a mechanical failure at the end, the crew had to pull an all nighter to get to Iowa Speedway for the USAC Show on Saturday May 5th in Newton IA.
After a less than satisfying month of May, Byrne racing is poised to begin their 2007 UMARA National Midget championship bid.
David Byrne and his Byrne Racing team wrapped up their 2006 midget racing season December 15 at the 2nd Annual Mopar PRI Sprint and Midget Classic at the Orlando Speedworld in Orlando Florida. It was a season of ups and downs, but Byrne and his team learned a lot and are poised for a great 2007 season.
After a second place finish at the Bob Corsen Memorial August 5th and a third the next week at Grundy County Fairgrounds, the expectations were high for the Byrne Racing Team to get it’s first win at the prestigious Illinois State Championships.
With the 2006 season winding down David Byrne’s chances of securing his first midget feature win are winding down also.
Finally, after all of the promotions, radio shows and pre-race hype, it was time for David Byrne and his Byrne Racing team to fire the Fontana engine and put his Stealth Chassis on the historic Milwaukee Mile pavement.
After a disappointing return to O’Reilly Raceway Park (formerly Indianapolis Raceway Park) a couple weeks ago and weeks of preparation and promotions with the Milwaukee Mile David Byrne and his Byrne Racing Team are looking forward to this weekends big event at the famed Milwaukee Mile in West Allis, WI.
David and the Byrne Racing Team went to ORP with high expectations after its 11th place finish at the same track for the “Night Before the 500”, only to have the hopes dashed with a broken electrical wire on the battery.
David Byrne and his Byrne Racing team continued to show they are contenders with a strong finish last Wednesday night at South Bend Speedway in Indiana.
Coming off of a great run in the USAC Coca-Cola Night Before the 500 at IRP Memorial Day weekend, David Byrne and his Byrne racing team were looking to improve on that the following week at the Grundy County Speedway.
Despite having a fuel problem in the feature event David Byrne finished second, making it his strongest run of the season Saturday night at the Grundy County Speedway in the 40-Lap UMARA Bob Corson Memorial
After a somewhat disappointing weekend at Concord Motorsports Park in Concord, N.C. driver David Byrne and his Byrne Racing team are looking forward to a successful trip to Indianapolis this weekend.
With 46 of the nations best midget drivers on hand for the 61st running of the “Coca Cola Night Before The 500” Saturday night at Indianapolis Raceway Park, just making the 50-lap main event would be a tall task on this night.
National midget driver David Byrne of Shullsburg, Wisconsin, will be on ESPN 1510 AM WAUK Monday, May 15th @ 6pm from Paulies Pub and Eaterey.
19-Year-Old David Byrne of Shullsburg, Wisconsin recently completed a successful 2005 Midget Auto Racing campaign in his family owned number 20 midget car.
2003 was not at all what we set out to do. Because of some family medical issues the Byrne Racing Team had to refocus their efforts with racing taking the back seat.