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Montoya Speeds, Johnson Wins At The Brickyard
Monday, 27 Jul, 2009 – 10:54 | 3 Comments
Montoya Speeds, Johnson Wins At The Brickyard

By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
Indianapolis – Jimmie Johnson won the Brickyard 400 by a narrow margin over Mark Martin, but it will be remembered as the race Juan Pablo Montoya lost.
Taking the lead with …

Indy Not Just Another Race, Place For Stewart
Friday, 24 Jul, 2009 – 15:42 | One Comment
Indy Not Just Another Race, Place For Stewart

By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is special to many drivers, which is natural given the track’s heritage. But few are identified with it like Tony Stewart.
Stewart grew up just down the road …

How Old Is Too Old In Racing? Apparently Not 81
Thursday, 23 Jul, 2009 – 12:10 | Comments Off on How Old Is Too Old In Racing? Apparently Not 81
How Old Is Too Old In Racing? Apparently Not 81

By Mark Armijo | Senior Correspondent
RacinToday.com
A NASCAR Camping World West Series race at Portland International Raceway ended Sunday and Hershel McGriff still hasn’t pressed the brake pedal.
“It’s been crazy,” McGriff said Wednesday. “One interview after …

Gordon Stands Up For Racing At The Brickyard
Wednesday, 22 Jul, 2009 – 22:28 | One Comment
Gordon Stands Up For Racing At The Brickyard

By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
It seems odd given the history and heritage of Indianapolis Motor Speedway that Jeff Gordon would spend much of Tuesday’s NASCAR teleconference answering questions about NASCAR’s continued participation at Indy.
Gordon, …

Sturbin: Danger, History Collide In ‘Race To The Clouds’
Sunday, 19 Jul, 2009 – 17:21 | One Comment
Sturbin: Danger, History Collide In ‘Race To The Clouds’

By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
In the spirit of Parnelli Jones, world-class rally aces Marcus Grönholm and Andreas Eriksson will scale Pikes Peak Sunday determined to crack the elusive 10-minute barrier.
Jones, one of America’s most …

Truck Series Newcomer On A Roll Despite Broken Wrist
Tuesday, 14 Jul, 2009 – 15:41 | One Comment
Truck Series Newcomer On A Roll Despite Broken Wrist

By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
Rarely is Boise, Idaho considered a prime breeding ground for NASCAR racers. But Brian Scott, the 21-year-old Camping World Truck Series driver, is beginning to prove otherwise.
Driving the Xpress Motorsports …

Race Day: Gordon Committed Serious Error At Chicago in 2005
Saturday, 11 Jul, 2009 – 22:21 | Comments Off on Race Day: Gordon Committed Serious Error At Chicago in 2005
Race Day: Gordon Committed Serious Error At Chicago in 2005

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
Joliet, Ill. – Jeff Gordon has something to prove in Chicago. A pride thing. Capital “P”, too. Chicago is the site of one of the biggest mistakes Gordon has made …

Eury Back In Garages Sans Bitterness
Friday, 10 Jul, 2009 – 21:30 | Comments Off on Eury Back In Garages Sans Bitterness
Eury Back In Garages Sans Bitterness

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
Joliet, Ill. – In his final months as crew chief for Dale Earnhardt Jr., Tony Eury Jr. wore the look of a beaten man. No secret as to why. He …

Sturbin: Coyne-Wilson Victory Is Feel-Good Story Of Summer
Tuesday, 7 Jul, 2009 – 12:07 | 2 Comments
Sturbin: Coyne-Wilson Victory Is Feel-Good Story Of Summer

By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
Historic Watkins Glen International proved the perfect backdrop Sunday for the belated breakthrough IndyCar Series victory of team-owner Dale Coyne, a farm boy with a passion for racing.
Coyne, whose involvement …

Chaotic Finish Gives Stewart The Victory At Daytona
Sunday, 5 Jul, 2009 – 11:07 | One Comment
Chaotic Finish Gives Stewart The Victory At Daytona

By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Correspondent
RacinToday.com 
Daytona Beach, Fla. – Restrictor plate racing at its hotly contested best – or worst – broke out again at the checkered flag at Daytona. By time the race …