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John Force got his first Funny Car victory of the season Sunday when he won the Mopar Mile High NHRA Nationals in Morrison, Colo.
Also winning at Bandimere Speedway were Spencer Massey in Top Fuel, Mike Edwards in Pro Stock and Karen Stoffer in Pro Stock Motorcycles.
Force, the defending Funny Car champion, beat Matt Hagan, who […]
Will Power held off Team Penske teammate Helio Castroneves to get the victory in the IndyCar Series race in Edmonton, Alberta on Sunday.
Finishing third on the revamped road course at the city’s airport, was points leader Dario Franchitti of Target Chip Ganassi Racing.
The victory was the fourth of the season for Power.
Tony Kanaan of KV […]
Carl Edwards easily overcame an early speeding penalty and went on to win the Nationwide Series race at Nashville Superspeedway Saturday night.
The victory was the second this year for Edwards at the Nashville track. It was the fifth of the season for Edwards and gave him his 10th top-10 finish in NNS.
He led 125 of […]
Takuma Sata won the pole on Saturday for Sunday’s IndyCar Series race in Edmonton, Alberta.
The pole was Sato’s second as he won the pole for the race at Iowa Speedway earlier this summer.
Sato, driving the No. 5 KV Racing Technology-Lotus car, set a quick lap of 1 minute, 18.5165 seconds with about 2:30 left in […]
Points leader Del Worsham raced to the Top Fuel qualifying lead Friday at the Mopar Mile-High NHRA Nationals at Bandimere Speedway near Denver and nailed a spot in the Countdown playoff, which is four events away.
Cruz Pedregon (Funny Car), Mike Edwards (Pro Stock) and Eddie Krawiec (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also were qualifying leaders at the […]
Two weeks have done little to defuse Will Power’s frustration with IZOD IndyCar Series points-leader Dario Franchitti, whose controversial victory in the Honda Indy Toronto has the potential to spill over into practice and qualifying heading into Sunday’s Edmonton Indy.
Franchitti, the three-time and reigning series champion, scored his fourth victory of the season, third on […]
A weekend story claimed Kyle Busch became “just the third NASCAR driver to win 100 races” after his Nationwide victory last Saturday at New Hampshire Speedway.
Wrong. Several other drivers have won that many races – and more.
Dick Trickle estimated he won over 1,000 races during his career. How many of those were “NASCAR” races? Impossible […]
From the Monday Morning Crew Chief™:
Once upon a time during NASCAR history, a man named Les Richter conducted a time and motion study. As the vice president of competition for NASCAR’s premier Winston Cup series, Richter wanted to know how much time team members spent standing in line each weekend in order to get a […]
Loudon, NH – Mark Martin congratulated Kyle Busch after the younger driver matched his record of 49 career NASCAR Nationwide Series victories Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Then he smiled and, speaking into a microphone that carried his words to the crowd at the track and to those watching the ESPN telecast, said, “And don’t […]
Timing, they say, is everything, and that goes for sports columns.
Last week as Kentucky Speedway got ready for its grand Sprint Cup opener I penned (well, pecked) a commentary in praise of Bruton Smith’s latest jewel. Smith’s Speedway Motorsports Inc. owns eight Cup tracks and has been instrumental in making upgrades in the sport.
I said […]