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Tim Kaeding won Friday’s first of the World of Outlaws doubleheader, held at Thunderbowl Raceway in Tulare Calif.
“This is my home away from home,” he said. “We’ve definitely done a lot of things at this track that nobody else can say.”
Not only did Kaeding win, but he did it in style. After starting fourth, Kaeding climbed [...]
Texas Motorplex will launch its spring drag racing season Saturday with a driver’s meeting and test-n-tune session for Fast Friday/NHRA Street Legal competitors, a prelude to the first official Bracket Racing Series points race on Sunday.
The driver’s meeting will start at 9 a.m. in the Champion’s Club with a quick review of the points system, [...]
Atlanta Motor Speedway is offering several new individual seat suite-level options for fans looking to elevate their race-day experience during the track’s 2012 Labor Day night racing weekend, Aug. 31-Sept. 2, 2012.
The new Elliott Suite offers a view from above Turn 3 and the Elliott Grandstand in a climate-controlled environment. The suite seats will sell [...]
Long-term repairs to the Turn 3 area of Daytona International Speedway, site of a bizarre crash and fire during NASCAR’s season-opening Daytona 500 last month, will be implemented after today’s 71st annual Daytona 200 sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing.
GEICO Suzuki rider Martin Cardenas powered his GSX-R600 Daytona SportBike around the 3.5-mile DIS road course in [...]
To the surprise of virtually nobody, Audi Sport Team Joest’s LMP1 cars went 1-2-3 in qualifying for the 60th Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring on Friday.
The factory R18 TDIs have dominated practice at the historic 3.7-mile circuit.
On Friday, the R18 of Andre Lotterer won the pole with a lap of 1:45.820. That was nearly [...]
Greg Biffle’s fast start to the 2012 Sprint Cup season got even faster on Friday as the Roush Fenway Racing driver won the pole for Sunday’s race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Biffle, the series points leader three races into the season, won the pole for the Food City 500 with a lap at 125.215 mph in [...]
The defending American Le Mans Series championship-winning car of Dyson Racing will return to action for six races of the 2012 ALMS season. Michael Marsal and Eric Lux will be driving the No. 20 Lola B09/86-Mazda starting on the streets of Long Beach on April 14th and in the season’s remaining sprint races.
“We welcome Michael [...]
Audi Sport Team Joest ended Tuesday at Sebring International Raceway the same way it closed Monday – with the top three times in testing for America’s greatest sports car race. The Audi R18 of Dindo Capello, Tom Kristensen and Allan McNish set the best time of the day at 1:48.138 (124.508 mph) as all of [...]
Formula Expo, the first public event in the extended run-up to the inaugural 2012 Formula One United States Grand Prix, has been scheduled for June 16-17 at the Austin Convention Center. In partnership with the host Circuit of The Americas, Formula Expo will provide motorsports enthusiasts an opportunity to connect with the experience, history, technology [...]
Hendrick Motorsports’ appeal of penalties levided against the No. 48 Sprint Cup team by NASCAR officials have has been denied today.
A NASCAR release stated: “The National Stock Car Racing Appeals Panel unanimously upheld original penalties.”
The penalties, which include fines and a six-race suspensions for crew chief Chad Knaus and car chief Ron Malec, came after [...]