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Porsche, the world’s most successful endurance sports car racing nameplate, will exit the LMP1 class of the FIA’s World Endurance Championship at the end of the 2017 season and transition into competition in the Formula E Championship with a factory team beginning in 2019.
Porsche confirmed “with great regret” the end of its involvement in the […]

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Woody: Nashville Bids Farewell To A Racing Era
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There were two big racing stories in Music City on Sunday morning; one of triumph and one of loss.
Dario Franchitti, who resides in the Nashville suburbs of Leiper’s Fork, won his third Indy Racing League championship. And 106 years of stock car racing ended at the State Fairgrounds.
The city of Nashville, which owns the Fairgrounds […]

Tue, 10/5/10 – 7:46 | Comments Off on Woody: Nashville Bids Farewell To A Racing Era
Bad Days Dog Logano’s Search For Good Finishes
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By Nick Bromberg | Staff Writer
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Kansas City, Kan. – Joey Logano was at a table at an autograph session at Home Depot, signing his name on pictures of himself. Every time the stack appeared to be gone, another stack of glossy paper appeared, begging for Logano’s signature.
That signature from Logano’s left hand and the black […]

Tue, 10/5/10 – 7:06 | Comments Off on Bad Days Dog Logano’s Search For Good Finishes
IndyCar Series Honors Champs
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By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
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Three-time IZOD IndyCar Series champion Dario Franchitti is celebrating his latest title with a $1 million bonus check, and a new trophy that truly fits the description of unique.
“You mean the naked guy riding the unicycle?” Franchitti quipped during an interview on “Wind Tunnel with Dave Despain” Sunday night on […]

Mon, 10/4/10 – 20:00 | Comments Off on IndyCar Series Honors Champs
Kanaan Becomes Free Agent
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By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
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Former IZOD IndyCar Series champion Tony Kanaan has been informed by Andretti Autosport that he is a free agent heading into the 2011 season.
Kanaan’s No. 11 car is losing primary sponsorship from 7-Eleven, Inc. The Dallas-based convenience store chain notified Andretti Autosport over the weekend that it would not continue […]

Mon, 10/4/10 – 19:44 | One Comment
Ingram: Biffle’s The Best, Busch The Worst
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By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer
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From the Monday Morning Crew Chief:
Let’s get right to The Chase.
1. Biffle’s the best.
With a victory at the Kansas Speedway to match his earlier win at Pocono, Greg Biffle has established himself as the best of the Ford drivers — and the only one to win points races this year. All […]

Mon, 10/4/10 – 14:19 | One Comment
Kansas Notes: Payback Slows Busch’s Title Chase
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Kansas City, Kan. – David Reutimann dealt Kyle Busch a blow to Busch’s championship hopes Sunday at Kansas Speedway after Busch delivered a blow to Reutimann’s back bumper that sent him spinning.
On lap 53, Reutimann got loose in turn two and Busch got into his left rear quarterpanel.
“He wrecked, me, he just drove over me,” […]

Sun, 10/3/10 – 17:23 | Comments Off on Kansas Notes: Payback Slows Busch’s Title Chase
Biffle Notches A No-Doubt Victory At Kansas
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By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
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Kansas City, Kan. – The Roush Fenway Racing driver took the lead on lap 206 of the 267-lap Price Chopper 400 presented by Kraft, kept it during a final round of green flag pits stop with 237 laps to go and held it to the end.
Biffle beat second-place Jimmie Johnson […]

Sun, 10/3/10 – 15:13 | Comments Off on Biffle Notches A No-Doubt Victory At Kansas
Race Day: Are Cup Fords Suddenly Sudden?
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By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
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Kansas City, Kan. – The Ford Fusions have been running wild at Kansas Speedway this weekend and the head of Ford Racing says its a matter of evolution and not revolution.
“There’s never a single thing that moves the teams up,” Jamie Allison, director of Ford Racing North America, said. “It’s […]

Sun, 10/3/10 – 8:02 | Comments Off on Race Day: Are Cup Fords Suddenly Sudden?
Minter: Pure Racing Was A Refreshing Change
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By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
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Flowery Branch, Ga. – The first sure signs that the 13th annual Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta was going to be a real happening came about four miles down Interstate 85 from the exit to the race track Saturday morning. That’s where the traffic slowed to anywhere from a […]

Sun, 10/3/10 – 7:37 | Comments Off on Minter: Pure Racing Was A Refreshing Change
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While he is not a full-time World of Outlaws driver, Sammy Swindell is certainly not a member of the Pennsylvania Posse either. Racing when he wants, where he wants, the three-time World of Outlaws champion put an end to the Pennsylvania Posse’s nine-race win streak at Williams Grove Speedway on Saturday night, taking the $50,000 […]

Sun, 10/3/10 – 6:31 | Comments Off on Swindell Wins National Open