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Jimmie: Knaus Will Decide When To Step Down
Friday, 24 Oct, 2014 – 15:37 | No Comment
Jimmie: Knaus Will Decide When To Step Down

MARTINSVILLE, Va. – Chad Knaus, the only crew chief Jimmie Johnson has known while winning six NASCAR Sprint Cup championships, isn’t on the chopping block.
But Johnson, who was eliminated from this year’s Chase for the Sprint Cup championship on Sunday at Talladega, Ala., made it clear that he knows the day is coming when there [...]

Keselowski Vow: I Will Not Be ‘Run Out Of The Sport’
Tuesday, 21 Oct, 2014 – 8:04 | No Comment
Keselowski Vow: I Will Not Be ‘Run Out Of The Sport’

FORT WORTH, Texas – Brad Keselowski will continue his pursuit of a second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship with team-owner Roger Penske’s blessing to be his own Bad Self.
Keselowski qualified for the eight-driver Eliminator Round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup with a dramatic victory in Sunday’s GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway. Needing a [...]

Flat Spot On: Why No Fights At Talladega?
Monday, 20 Oct, 2014 – 8:19 | One Comment
Flat Spot On: Why No Fights At Talladega?

TALLADEGA, Ala. – I went to Talladega to see a fight and a race broke out.
Following the car bashing by Brad Keselowski and the headlocking by Matt Kenseth in Charlotte, it was reasonable to think more tempers would flare in the elimination race of the second round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup [...]

Keselowski Wins Talladega; Field Set For ‘Eliminator Round’
Sunday, 19 Oct, 2014 – 16:49 | No Comment
Keselowski Wins Talladega; Field Set For ‘Eliminator Round’

Brad Keselowski basically had one chance to continue his bid to win a second Sprint Cup championship when Sunday’s cutdown race at Talladega began. The 2012 champ had to win. And win he did and on goes the Team Penske driver’s comeback season.
The victory was sixth of the season and, obviously, his biggest.
“So special,” he [...]

Vickers, Confusion Reign In Talladega Qualifying
Saturday, 18 Oct, 2014 – 18:58 | No Comment
Vickers, Confusion Reign In Talladega Qualifying

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
A non-Chaser won the pole on Saturday for Sunday’s GEICO 500 Sprint Cup Series race at Talladega Superspeedway, but a Chaser in need qualified second fastest.
The non-Chaser who won the pole for the final Contender Round race was Brain Vickers of Michael Waltrip Racing. He put down a lap at [...]

Formula One Drivers Have Texas, Title, Bianchi On Their Minds
Wednesday, 15 Oct, 2014 – 8:16 | One Comment
Formula One Drivers Have Texas, Title, Bianchi On Their Minds

As Formula One’s globetrotting tour prepares for its lone visit to the United States, Lewis Hamilton’s march to a second World Driving Championship continues to be tempered by Jules Bianchi’s fight for life.
Hamilton’s victory in Sunday’s inaugural Russian Grand Prix extended his lead over Mercedes AMG teammate Nico Rosberg to 17 points en route [...]

Restarts Give Elliott Fits At CMS
Saturday, 11 Oct, 2014 – 6:27 | No Comment
Restarts Give Elliott Fits At CMS

CONCORD, N.C. – After 18 straight weeks of racing, NASCAR’s Nationwide Series teams now have a two-week break before the final three events, but standings leader Chase Elliott doesn’t plan on taking a vacation.
“I’m going to try to find as many short-track races to run as I can,” said Elliott, who possesses a 42-point [...]

Hinchcliffe Exits Andretti, Moves To Schmidt Peterson
Wednesday, 8 Oct, 2014 – 7:05 | Comments Off
Hinchcliffe Exits Andretti, Moves To Schmidt Peterson

The “Mayor of Hinchtown” is changing his email and snail-mail addresses.
James Hinchcliffe, a three-time Verizon IndyCar Series race-winner, has exited Andretti Autosport and signed a multi-year contract with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports beginning with the 2015 season.
Hinchcliffe will drive the No. 77 Dallara/Honda vacated by Simon Pagenaud, who was introduced as Team Penske’s fourth fulltime driver [...]

Logano Wins Kansas, Becomes True Contender
Sunday, 5 Oct, 2014 – 18:14 | Comments Off
Logano Wins Kansas, Becomes True Contender

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Joey Logano capitalized, first, on a fast car, and, second, on trouble by others with fast cars Sunday at Kansas Speedway to win the Hollywood Casino 400 Sprint Cup race.
The victory was the fifth of the season for Logano but better than that, it guaranteed that he and his Team Penske [...]

Wayne Taylor Racing Comes Up Big At Petit
Sunday, 5 Oct, 2014 – 7:56 | Comments Off
Wayne Taylor Racing Comes Up Big At Petit

Wayne Taylor Racing powered to victory in the Tudor United SportsCar Championship series’ season-ending Petit Le Mans endurance race Saturday at Road Atlanta.
Brothers Ricky and Jordan Taylor, the team’s full-time drivers in 2014, became the first Americans to bring home an overall win in this 10-hour event 16 years after their father, South African-born Wayne [...]