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Morgan Lucas raced his GEICO/Lucas Oil Top Fueler to the No. 1 qualifying spot for the 43rd annual Tire Kingdom NHRA Gatornationals presented by NAPAFilters.com at Auto-Plus Raceway at Gainesville on Saturday afternoon.
Cruz Pedregon leads Funny Car in his Snap-On Tools Toyota Camry heading into eliminations Sunday, while Allen Johnson topped Pro Stock in his [...]
Kasey Kahne, in his third event since joining Hendrick Motorsports, won the pole for Sunday’s Kobalt Tools 400 Sprint Cup series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Friday with a lap at 190.456 mph.
The pole was his first since Atlanta Motor Speedway last fall and the 23rd of his career. Kahne’s time and speed [...]
Some quick, random early season thoughts:
The storm warnings were out for the media during the months leading up to the return of Formula 1 racing to the United States in 2000. Do not, the old F1 hands were telling their newbie-to-the-series American peers who would cover the race in Indianapolis, expect much from the foreign [...]
FORT WORTH, Texas – Eddie Gossage has termed the buzz about a possible boycott by IZOD IndyCar Series drivers after a recent test at Texas Motor Speedway as “a threat” that could have been avoided.
“If you have an issue, pick up the phone and call,” Gossage, TMS’ president and promoter, said during the track’s annual [...]
It was cool watching Tony Stewart’s late-season, history-making tear through the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship last year. But it was also kind of unsettling. At times, kind of creepy, almost. And those times were when thoughts and attention turned to lame-duck crew chief Darian Grubb.
Because right there in front of us was a [...]
Mark Martin of Michael Waltrip Racing won the pole for Sunday’s Subway Fresh Fit 500 Sprint Cup race at Phoenix International Raceway on Saturday.
Martin’s fast last was at 136.815 mph in his Toyota Camry.
It was Martin’s 52nd career pole.
It came in his second start for MWR as he was hired to run a partial season [...]
Earlier this week, NASCAR issued a series of penalties against the No. 48 Sprint Cup team of Hendrick Motorsports after its car failed inspection at Daytona International Speedway a week ago. The car, it was determined, had an illegal “C” post – the post between the roof an body at the far rear end of [...]
The 2012 Daytona 500 will forever be remembered for Juan Pablo Motoya’s No. 42 Chevrolet suffering a mechanical failure under caution and slamming into a jet dryer.
The resulting ball of fire and lengthy cleanup that followed dominated Tuesday morning’s headlines. The incident also overshadowed Matt Kenseth’s victory in the Great American Race.
I’ve followed NASCAR closely [...]
Matt Kenseth survived floods, fire, a broken two-way radio and a green/white checkered restart to emerge victorious in the 54th running of the Daytona 500 on Monday night/Tuesday morning at Daytona International Speedway.
Kenseth, who led 50 of the 202 laps, became a two-time 500 winner with the result.
“It feels good,” he said. “We had a [...]
Juan Pablo Montoya has acquired a bit of a reputation as a driver who runs into things on a race track. On Monday night, he broke new ground when, under caution, he slammed into a jet dryer which was cleaning the track during the Daytona 500.
The jet dryer exploded in flames and the ensuing fire [...]