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Kenseth Nabs Pole For Cup Race At Fontana
Friday, 21 Mar, 2014 – 20:13 | Comments Off
Kenseth Nabs Pole For Cup Race At Fontana

Matt Kenseth of Joe Gibbs Racing on Friday won the pole for Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif.
Kenseth won the pole with a a lap at 187.315 mph.
The pole was Kenseth’s first at the 2-mile Fontana oval.
“We unloaded and had some really good speed,” Kenseth said. “We worked [...]

Look For Montoya To Win Quickly In New Ride
Wednesday, 19 Mar, 2014 – 8:30 | Comments Off
Look For Montoya To Win Quickly In New Ride

Unimpressed. That’s a pretty good way to describe Juan Pablo Montoya as he has made his way through the American auto racing scene. Not really aloof or bored, but unimpressed.
He was that way when he got out of a CART car after logging his first test laps at the dangerously tricky oval at Gateway near [...]

Edwards Wins Wet, Bizarre Race At Bristol
Monday, 17 Mar, 2014 – 2:39 | Comments Off
Edwards Wins Wet, Bizarre Race At Bristol

Carl Edwards won Sunday’s Sprint Cup Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway, but to do so he had to survive a couple of long rain delays and an inadvertent flicking of the caution lights at the track with three laps to go.
Edwards had opened a lead of more than four seconds when the track’s caution [...]

Ganassi Trio Wins First Tudor United Race At Sebring; Porsche Rolls
Sunday, 16 Mar, 2014 – 7:46 | Comments Off
Ganassi Trio Wins First Tudor United Race At Sebring; Porsche Rolls

Co-drivers Scott Pruett, Memo Rojas and Marino Franchitti drove the Chip Ganassi Racing Tudor United SportsCar Championship Prototype to the overall win in Saturday’s Twelve Hours of Sebring race.
It was the first overall Sebring victory and the record 57th in North American endurance sports car competition for Scott Pruett, coming 28 years after a [...]

Rahal Loves His Bumpy Relationship With Sebring
Friday, 14 Mar, 2014 – 10:57 | Comments Off
Rahal Loves His Bumpy Relationship With Sebring

The racing surface at Sebring is really old concrete that is so hard and bumpy that it wins most of its battles against steel and carbon fiber racecar parts. It sits on land that is flat as a butch block, and the sandy Central Florida grit surrounding the circuit clogs parts and intensifies the corners.
Sebring [...]

DeJoria’s NHRA Career Is Starting To Take Off
Thursday, 13 Mar, 2014 – 12:46 | Comments Off
DeJoria’s NHRA Career Is Starting To Take Off

At an age when most girls were busy choosing wardrobes for their Barbie and Ken dolls, Alexis DeJoria dreamed of flying a fighter jet.
The best dreams never fade, they simply take longer to become reality – complete with forearm tattoo. And so it was that DeJoria recently traded the seat of her nitro-burning NHRA Funny [...]

Logano Claims Pole For Las Vegas Cup Race
Friday, 7 Mar, 2014 – 20:46 | Comments Off
Logano Claims Pole For Las Vegas Cup Race

For the second week in a row, Team Penske drivers Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski will start the Sprint Cup Series race from the front row.
Logano will start from the pole in Sunday’s Kobalt Tools 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Next to him on the grid will be Keselowski, the pole-winner a week ago [...]

Busch: ‘Nothing Can Compare’ To Starting Indy
Friday, 7 Mar, 2014 – 12:17 | 2 Comments
Busch: ‘Nothing Can Compare’ To Starting Indy

By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
A self-described “old-school racer,” Kurt Busch will attempt to become only the fourth driver to compete in IndyCar’s historic Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR’s 600-mile marathon in the same day over Memorial Day Weekend in May.
Busch, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion in 2004, will team with Andretti Autosport in a [...]

DeJoria Breaks Into NHRA Win Column
Sunday, 23 Feb, 2014 – 20:03 | Comments Off
DeJoria Breaks Into NHRA Win Column

Alexis DeJoria won her first national NHRA Funny Car event Sunday when she beat Robert Hight in the finals of the Arizaon Nationals at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park near Phoenix.
Also winning Sunday were Antron Brown in Top Fuel and Allen Johnson in Pro Stock.
To get her first victory, DeJoria had to beat Jeff Arend, [...]

Nature Can’t Keep Glen Wood Away From The 500
Saturday, 22 Feb, 2014 – 14:28 | Comments Off
Nature Can’t Keep Glen Wood Away From The 500

What would a Daytona 500 be like without NASCAR Hall of Famer Glen Wood on the scene? Thankfully, nobody will know for another year at least.
Wood, leading member of the iconic Wood Brother Racing team, had his streak of attending every, single, solitary Daytona 500 put in jeopardy earlier this week.
A dislike of flying and [...]