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Joey Logano took advantage of a bout of fender-bending at the front of the field on the final lap to win Sunday’s weather-delayed NASCAR Clash exhibition race at Daytona International Speedway.
Logano blew past front-runners Denny Hamlin and Brad Keselowski – who made contact while fighting for the lead – on that final lap and cruised […]

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Kurt Busch Top Qualifier at MIS
Kurt Busch turned a lap at 189.985 mph Friday afternoon to win the pole for Sunday’s Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips 400 Sprint Cup race at Michigan International Speedway.
It was the second pole of the season for the Penske Racing driver as he also was top qualifier at Las Vegas in February.
Second fastest was Jamie […]

Fri, 06/11/10 – 16:01 | Comments Off on Kurt Busch Top Qualifier at MIS
Top Alcohol Funny Car racer Neal Parker, 58, from Millville, N.J., crashed today at a high rate of speed in the shutdown area during qualifying for the NHRA SuperNationals at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park and was pronounced dead.
NHRA officials and the New Jersey State Police are investigating the accident. In their statement, the NHRA […]

Fri, 06/11/10 – 15:16 | Comments Off on Drag Racer Dies At Englishtown
Friday Q and A: Kevin Harvick
On Friday morning at Michigan International Speedway, Joey Logano answered questions about his post-race confrontation with Kevin Harvick. On Friday afternoon, Harvick took his turn and answered questions.
Here is a portion of that question and answer session:

Fri, 06/11/10 – 15:11 | 2 Comments
Peugeot Poised For Two Straight at Le Mans?
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By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer
Le Mans, France – After Peugeot Sport swept the top four starting positions in qualifying for the 24 Hours of Le Mans with a speed that Audi Sport found difficult to match, could the annual struggle between the two endurance racing powerhouses be over before it starts?
Not so fast, said Allan […]

Fri, 06/11/10 – 13:05 | Comments Off on Peugeot Poised For Two Straight at Le Mans?
Minter: Family Ties Can Put Racing In A Bind
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By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
One of the great ironies of auto racing is that the sport is in many ways a family-oriented affair, but at the same time too much family participation can be a bad thing.
Racing dads are usually the main culprits.
And in another ironic twist, a racer is most successful when they’re […]

Fri, 06/11/10 – 13:01 | One Comment
Friday Q and A: Joey Logano
Joey Logano met with the media on Friday at Michigan International Speedway for the first time since he confronted Kevin Harvick after the race at Pocono last Sunday.
He talked about the incident and matters pertaining to it. Here is a portion of that press conference:
Question: What happened last weekend at Pocono after the race?
Logano: “It […]

Fri, 06/11/10 – 10:59 | Comments Off on Friday Q and A: Joey Logano
Le Mans Notes: Corvettes Replace Ferrari On Pole
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By Jonathan Ingram and John Sturbin | Senior Writers
Le Mans, France – Corvette Racing took the top two spots on the qualifying list in its debut in the GT2 class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Oliver Gavin improved his time in the Thursday night session to 3:59.435 in the No. 64 Corvette C6.R.
The […]

Fri, 06/11/10 – 9:27 | 3 Comments
Roush Asks NASCAR To Trim Sims, Keep It Real
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By Mike Harris | Senior Writer
NASCAR has preferred that teams relied less on technology and more on good old fashioned racing experience. But those days are gone, even if NASCAR won’t allow teams to use their laptops in the pits at the races.
Since the sanctioning organization banned most testing at the end of the 2008 […]

Thu, 06/10/10 – 15:30 | 2 Comments
Ferrari Off To Fast Start
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Risi Competizione’s quest for a third straight victory for Ferrari in the 24 Hours of Le Mans is off to a solid start. Gianmaria Bruni set provisional pole position time for GT2 Wednesday with a lap of 3:59.361 over the 8.4-mile Circuit de la Sarthe in France aboard the Ferrari F430 GT he will share […]

Thu, 06/10/10 – 7:13 | Comments Off on Ferrari Off To Fast Start
Jimmie Has Dream Night At Stewart’s Place
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By Nick Bromberg | Senior Correspondent
So much for Jimmie Johnson’s “slump.”
Johnson dominated Wednesday night’s Prelude to the Dream at Eldora Speedway and led Team Levine to a victory in the Tony Stewart-founded event’s new team format that benefited four children’s hospitals.
After an inversion of the field that followed three qualifying races, Johnson started on the […]

Thu, 06/10/10 – 6:58 | One Comment