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By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer
BRASELTON, Ga. – When is a road race in the rain no longer a race? Some people were asking that question as the Petit Le Mans seemed to reach a saturation point while precipitous fallout from a hurricane in the Atlantic kept coming down on Road Atlanta.
Funny thing, though. Despite the […]

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Ragan Warms Up By Warming Up Fans in Georgia
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By Jeff Hood | Senior Writer
Braselton, Ga. – With the remnants of snowfall serving as a backdrop, two participants from the 2005 Roush Racing Gong Show headlined Sunday’s 100 lap Late Model race at Lanier National Speedway.
On a day when the temperature struggled to reach 32 degrees, Sprint Cup driver David Ragan and short track ace […]

Sun, 01/10/10 – 21:44 | Comments Off on Ragan Warms Up By Warming Up Fans in Georgia
Angelelli Roars Loudest Sunday
Max Angelelli and Martin Ragginger led their respective classes Sunday at Daytona International Speedway in the final day of the Roar Before The Rolex 24; a three-day practice session leading up to the Jan. 30-31 running of the Rolex 24 At Daytona.
Angelelli ran a lap of 1:40.888 (127.032 mph) in the No. 10 SunTrust Ford […]

Sun, 01/10/10 – 18:30 | Comments Off on Angelelli Roars Loudest Sunday
Harris: A Little Day Dream Believin’
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By Mike Harris | Senior Writer
Ah, the dawn of a fresh new year. A clean slate to be written on.
If we do some serious day dreaming maybe we can come up with some scenarios 
that would make 2010 a very memorable and interesting year in NASCAR and IndyCar:
* Danica Patrick, the subject of intense scrutiny, […]

Sun, 01/10/10 – 11:02 | 4 Comments
The Hendrick Bar Will Remain High In 2010
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Nashville – Greg Biffle says chasing Rich Hendrick’s record-breaking stable of rocket-men “can get very frustrating, but at the same time it’s very challenging.”
“You have to give Mr. H (Hendrick) and all of his people a lot of credit; they’ve worked hard, they’re a class act and they’ve done a great job,” Biffle said Saturday […]

Sun, 01/10/10 – 10:02 | Comments Off on The Hendrick Bar Will Remain High In 2010
Snow Ties Up Traffic In Daytona
Cold temperatures and a mix of light snow, freezing rain, sleet and patches of ice, dampened the morning practice sessions for the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series presented by Crown Royal Cask No. 16 and Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge series at Daytona International Speedway Saturday.
But driver and teams were able to get onto the […]

Sun, 01/10/10 – 7:46 | Comments Off on Snow Ties Up Traffic In Daytona
Ganassi Partners with Dinan-BMW
Three-time Grand-Am Rolex Sports Cars Series champions Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates  announced Saturday that it has partnered with Dinan-BMW as the new manufacturer of its 2010 Daytona Prototype, and its longtime partner TELMEX will once again return as the primary sponsor of the No. 01 with co-drivers Scott Pruett and Memo […]

Sat, 01/9/10 – 13:36 | Comments Off on Ganassi Partners with Dinan-BMW
Bob Tasca Sr., an automotive enthusiast, Ford dealer and drag racing innovator, passed away on Friday, January 8, 2010, his family announced today. Tasca Sr. was 83 years old.
An automotive businessman for more than 60 years, Tasca achieved fame as a record-setting automotive dealer and as an internationally-known designer of high-performance race cars. […]

Sat, 01/9/10 – 10:27 | Comments Off on Bob Tasca Sr. Passes Away
Waltrip Headed to Dubai
With more than 1,000 races in a quarter-century’s worth of NASCAR experience, you would think it would take a lot to get Michael Waltrip excited about an off-season race.
But Waltrip can’t wait for his first foray into the world of international sports car racing when the two-time Daytona 500 champion competes in the fifth-annual Dubai […]

Sat, 01/9/10 – 10:19 | One Comment
Sturbin: A Personal Bucket List
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As of Jan. 1, I reluctantly joined the millions of Americans without health insurance. This is the product of a combination of procrastination and frustration.  As in, when a media colleague about the same age informed me he was paying $1,100 a month for a single-payer policy with Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Texas…I decided to […]

Sat, 01/9/10 – 8:06 | 3 Comments
Talladega Flag Waves In Texas
Clad in Crimson Tide apparel, Texas Motor Speedway President Eddie Gossage raised the Talladega Superspeedway flag over the Texas Speedway Club offices, much to the delight of Talladega Superspeedway President Rick Humphre
The flag ceremony was a condition the two presidents agreed upon when making a friendly wager on the outcome of Thursday night’s BCS Championship […]

Fri, 01/8/10 – 20:24 | Comments Off on Talladega Flag Waves In Texas