Mon, 20/03/17 – 8:00 | No Comment

Tony Schumacher name-dropped his way into the Gainesville Raceway record book Sunday as winningest NHRA Top Fuel driver in the history of the famed Florida facility.
Schumacher’s victory over Don Schumacher Racing teammate Antron Brown in the final of the 48th annual Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals was the fifth for “The Sarge,” an eight-time world […]

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Keselowski On Nationwide Pole
Brad Keselowski broke the track record Saturday en route to earning the pole for the Nationwide Series event at Las Vegas International Speedway.
Keselowski posted a lap at 185.427 mph in the morning qualifier for the afternoon Sam’s Town 300 race.
The previous record for qualifying was 182.451 mph and was set a year ago by Scott […]

Sat, 02/27/10 – 13:35 | Comments Off on Keselowski On Nationwide Pole
Jason Meyers Tops Kinser In Vegas
Jason Meyers on Friday night battled 20-time World of Outlaws champion Steve Kinser and four-time and defending series titlist Donny Schatz right down to the wire to score an exciting victory in the Second Annual Las Vegas Super Sprint Classic at The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Meyers, who started 18th, took the lead […]

Sat, 02/27/10 – 7:49 | Comments Off on Jason Meyers Tops Kinser In Vegas
Kurt Busch Wins Vegas Pole
Hometown boy Kurt Busch won the pole for Sunday’s Shelby American Sprint Cup race Friday afternoon at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
It was the first Vegas pole for Busch, who drives the No. 2 Dodge for Penske Racing.
But it was the second in a row for his crew chief, Steve Addington. Addington won the pole and […]

Fri, 02/26/10 – 19:58 | Comments Off on Kurt Busch Wins Vegas Pole

Talladega, Ala. – Talladega Superspeedway and Aaron’s, Inc. have a dream package for race fans hoping to attend the Aaron’s Dream Weekend, April 23-25. For just $49, race fans can enjoy reserved seats in the Allison grandstands for the Aaron’s 312 NASCAR Nationwide Series and the Aaron’s 499 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events […]

Fri, 02/26/10 – 19:46 | Comments Off on Talladega Offers Dream Package
Vegas Notes: Harvick’s Wall Woes
| Senior Writer

Las Vegas, Nev. – Kevin Harvick’s No. 29 Chevrolet wound up in the same position Friday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway that it was with just over two laps remaining on Sunday at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif. – in the wall.
After closing onto the rear bumper of eventual race-winner Jimmie Johnson by running […]

Fri, 02/26/10 – 19:03 | Comments Off on Vegas Notes: Harvick’s Wall Woes
Fantasy Racing: Las Vegas
| Senior Writer

Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Sunday February 28, 3PM ET, Fox
What We Learned Last Week: The Richard Petty cars aren’t necessarily going to be forces on intermediate tracks just because they’ve got Roush cars and Roush-Yates horsepower… Hendrick dominance is still the name of the game, except if you’re driving the #88 car… Ryan Newman has […]

Fri, 02/26/10 – 17:48 | Comments Off on Fantasy Racing: Las Vegas
Work Routines Being Spoiled
| Managing Editor

Which team will win the Sprint Cup championship in the coming fall? It just might be the team that is best at multitasking during the current winter.
Teams right now today – the smart ones, at least – are not only working on conquering the challenges at hand, they are also grinding away on a challenge […]

Fri, 02/26/10 – 9:48 | Comments Off on Work Routines Being Spoiled
Newman/Haas/Lanigan In Catch-Up Mode
| Senior Writer

By Mike Harris | Senior Writer
Heading into the month of March in 2008, Newman/Haas/Lanigan team manager Brian Lisles was overwhelmed and exhausted.
The elite Champ Car team had only days earlier made the commitment to join several other teams from that series in merging into the Indy Racing League and racing the full 2008 IndyCar Series […]

Fri, 02/26/10 – 7:52 | Comments Off on Newman/Haas/Lanigan In Catch-Up Mode
Minter: Hard Work Fizzles
| Senior Writer

A few random racing thoughts on a cold, windy Thursday morning in Georgia:
There once was a time when I started my day by picking up the newspaper first thing in the morning and reading a great columnist like the late Lewis Grizzard.
Now, I get my day off to a good start by turning on […]

Thu, 02/25/10 – 16:35 | One Comment
ALMS Test Comes To End
Aston Martin Racing concluded the American Le Mans Series’ winter test at the Sebring International Raceway fastest over-all, but not without paying a price. After the factory team’s Lola B09/60 recorded its lap of 1:46.894 (124.609 mph) on Tuesday morning, Harold Primat suffered a heavy crash at Turn 1 in the afternoon. The driver was […]

Thu, 02/25/10 – 16:18 | Comments Off on ALMS Test Comes To End