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Race Day: Drivers Looking For Concrete Results
Sunday, 3 Jun, 2012 – 9:07 | Comments Off
Race Day: Drivers Looking For Concrete Results

It’s pretty tough to wring a consensus out of drivers on about any subject. But it seems that most Sprint Cup drivers seem to have nice feelings about Dover International Speedway, site of today’s FedEx 400.
Now, getting them to agree to why they like it is a different story.
Here is what some of those drivers [...]

Dixon On Pole At Belle Isle
Saturday, 2 Jun, 2012 – 15:32 | Comments Off
Dixon On Pole At Belle Isle

Scott Dixon of Target Chip Ganassi Racing won the pole for Sunday’s IndyCar Series race at the Belle Isle street course in Detroit.
Second was Will Power of Team Penske.
Dixon recorded a lap of 1 minute, 10.3162 seconds – a qualifying record for the 2.07-mile, 14-turn street circuit layout – in the final 30 seconds of [...]

Bodine, Rain Win Camping World Race At Dover
Friday, 1 Jun, 2012 – 18:09 | Comments Off
Bodine, Rain Win Camping World Race At Dover

Todd Bodine won the rain-shortened Lucas Oil 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Dover International Raceway on Friday afternoon.
The victory at the Dover mile was the first of the season for Bodine and the the first since he won at Kentucky in 2010.
Parker Kligerman finished second and Kevin Harvick, who dominated until the rains [...]

GRAND-AM To Get First Taste Of The Motor City
Friday, 1 Jun, 2012 – 9:35 | Comments Off
GRAND-AM To Get First Taste Of The Motor City

Courtesy of the 2012 GRAND-AM Series schedule, Max Angelelli heads straight from Victory Lane into the unknown this weekend. Oh, except for a couple of stops at the video game console along the way.
Next up for all the teams and drivers of the series is the Detroit stop on the schedule: The Chevrolet 200 at [...]

Finishing Touch Gets Kahne To Victory Lane
Monday, 28 May, 2012 – 7:14 | Comments Off
Finishing Touch Gets Kahne To Victory Lane

CONCORD, N.C. – Kasey Kahne and Hendrick Motorsports possess an affinity for Charlotte Motor Speedway and it paid dividends for the 32-year-old driver Sunday night.
With a potent Chevrolet that no one could challenge in the Coca-Cola 600’s closing laps, Kahne and crew chief Kenny Francis snapped a string of bad luck that had stalked [...]

Wheldon On The Minds Of His Friends At Indy
Sunday, 27 May, 2012 – 15:43 | Comments Off
Wheldon On The Minds Of His Friends At Indy

INDIANAPOLIS – In the record books, the 96th Indianapolis 500 will show that Dario Franchitti won the race, giving him three victories in The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.
But those who spent the hot, sultry afternoon at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway or watched the very competitive race on TV now know that Franchitti was not alone in the cockpit of [...]

It’s Early But It’s Also Go Time For Jeff Gordon
Sunday, 27 May, 2012 – 14:56 | Comments Off
It’s Early But It’s Also Go Time For Jeff Gordon

CONCORD, N.C. – Unless something miraculous happens, the 2012 Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship will come and go without Jeff Gordon. And NASCAR has banned miracles.
Perhaps the reality has set in, perhaps Gordon is an Olivier-caliber actor or perhaps he has new golf clubs and is looking forward to using them.  It could even [...]

Castroneves Looking To Become Mr. Four Time
Sunday, 27 May, 2012 – 5:38 | Comments Off
Castroneves Looking To Become Mr. Four Time

INDIANAPOLIS –  Helio Castroneves has another chance on Sunday to join a very elite group at the Indianapolis 500.
A victory for Castroneves, who will start sixth in the 33-car field, would be his fourth, putting him in a class with only A.J. Foyt, Al Unser Sr. and Rick Mears.
Castroneves figures he has a secret weapon [...]

Young Dudes Out To Add To Families’ 500 Fortunes
Saturday, 26 May, 2012 – 9:29 | Comments Off
Young Dudes Out To Add To Families’ 500 Fortunes

INDIANAPOLIS – Graham Rahal has a picture in his mind’s-eye of the final few laps of Sunday’s Indianapolis 500.
In his vision, he and Marco Andretti are racing for what would be a historic and much-talked-about victory, no matter which way it turned out.
“I think that it would do incredible things for this sport,’’ Graham said. [...]

Flat Spot On: If It’s Baroque – Don’t Fix It
Friday, 25 May, 2012 – 10:54 | Comments Off
Flat Spot On: If It’s Baroque – Don’t Fix It

MONTE CARLO, Monaco – Is the Monaco Grand Prix over-rated?
Is this Grand Dame a dowager, dottering along within the skirts of tradition and the Mediterranean city’s cachet as a playground of the rich and famous, ignoring the onset of the KERS and Drag Reduction System that have made F1 weekends more like free-for-alls? Will we [...]