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INDYCAR has placed IZOD IndyCar Series driver Graham Rahal on probation through the next six race for blocking and initiating avoidable contact during the race on the Long Beach temporary street circuit April 15.
On Lap 22 of 85-lap race, Rahal made contact with the No. 26 car driven by Marco Andretti in Turn 8, which […]
Robert Hight is officially the hottest driver in American auto racing.
The John Force Racing Funny Car driver won for the fourth time this season Sunday when he captured the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMAX Dragway in Concord, N.C.
Also winning at zMAX were Spencer Massey in Top Fuel and Greg Anderson in Pro Stock.
Hight got the […]
Kasey Kahne won the Good Sam Roadside Assistance 200 as NASCAR returned to Rockingham Speedway for the first time since 2004 on Sunday afternoon.
Kahne moved to the front on the lap 155 of the 200-lap event to notch his fourth win in five starts in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
The victory gave Kahne his […]
Funny Car driver Robert Hight recorded his third No. 1 qualifying position in the first five events of 2012 Saturday at the Four-Wide Nationals in Concord, N.C.
Friday leaders, Jason Line in Pro Stock and Steve Torrence in Top Fuel, retained their No. 1 qualifying positions through Saturday’s qualifying efforts.
Hight was outside the 16 car field […]
FORT WORTH, Texas _ Reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Tony Stewart reluctantly donned his boxing-inspired red velvet “Smoke” robe one last time Thursday night at Texas Motor Speedway, where he was honored as the track’s Racer of the Year for 2011.
And on Friday afternoon, Stewart donned a dunce cap after scraping the wall during […]
Nashville’s Casey Atwood, once billed as NASCAR’s next Jeff Gordon, is back where he started over a decade ago: running Saturday night fender-benders at Fairgrounds Speedway.
“I haven’t been in a race car for about three years now, and I’ve missed it,” says Atwood, 31, who will buckle in for Saturday night’s season opener at the […]
The week-long racing drought is about to succumb to a deluge of high profile events. Fenders, no fenders, lots of turns, no turns. Almost everybody who races for a big paycheck is in action this coning weekend and that’s terrific.
Assuming our current understanding of physics is correct in that nobody can be in two places […]
Somehow, we crammed four of us into the friend of a friend’s Porsche 911 as college students back in the early 1970s.
I remember being so contorted that I couldn’t see much through the back “seat” windows of that sparkling white 911, and could, basically, hear very little other than the flat-six boxing away just inches […]
MARTINSVILLE, Va. – Normally when covering a race I arrive at the track at least four hours before it starts in order to get pre-race work completed and avoid the traffic. However, I faced a different scenario the morning of Martinsville’s Goody’s Fast Relief 500 and that left me sitting in traffic for about 45 […]
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – It’s not surprising to hear that IndyCar is angling to extend its current contract with the Barber Motorsports Park beyond the 2013 season. The combination of the Indycars, the Grand-Am series and springtime at the beautiful Alabama facility built by George Barber are clearly a winning
So which is most decisive: the racing […]