"The Fastest Short Track Circuit in the World" sanctioning winged pavement sprint cars and supermodifieds.
Must See Racing was founded in 2008 by Jim Hanks of Holly, MI. Hanks started Must See Racing with the purpose of televising racing events on his Must See Racing website both live and on a taped delayed basis
On March 3, 2012, Must See Racing announced that Supermodifieds would become a part of the Must See Racing brand with the new Must See Racing Super Modified Series.
At the completion of the 2012 season, Must See Racing crowned Kyle Edwards of Memphis, TN as it's first supermodified champion while Californian JoJo Helberg brought home the champions wreath for the TruFuel 50 Xtreme Sprint Series.
Must See Racing is an auto racing sanctioning body in the United States of America. Must See Racing, (MSR), currently sanctions 410 cu. in fuel injected winged pavement sprint cars as well as pavement supermodifieds that race with either 410 cu. in small blocks or 468 cu. in fuel injected big block engines.
Must See Racing racing is not just an auto racing sanctioning body, but also a television production company that brings "The World's Fastest Short Track Cars" into the homes of over 140 million viewers. Events are televised on Fox Sports Net.