Rusty Wallace Launching Charity Ride

NASCAR Hall of Famer Rusty Wallace is gathering some of his fastest and most famous faces in NASCAR for the Sturgis Buffalo Chip’s first Rusty Wallace Charity Ride on Wednesday, Aug. 7.

Three Stars Added To Road Atlanta Charity Pro-Am

Road racers Geoff Brabham, Ron Fellows and Wally Dallenbach Jr. are the latest entries in Sportscar Vintage Racing Ass'n's first Vintage Race of Champions Charity Pro-Am at Road Atlanta on March 29-30.

COLUMNS

LEMASTERS: The Rise Of Sim Racing

The next world-beating driver used to be found at a local dirt track or pavement bullring, making his bones by winning feature after feature until someone noticed.

ARGABRIGHT: Surgery Gets Dollansky Back On Track

The road hasn’t been easy for Craig Dollansky, but earlier this year he finally got the good news he was hoping for.

KERCHNER: Connecting Short Tracks & Big Tracks

There always has been and always will be a connection between the short-track racing that so many of us love and big-time motorsports such as NASCAR and Indy car, but that synergy seems greater now than it has been in years.

RACING NATION

How To Get Grove WoO Tickets

In an effort to meet popular demand and at the request of fans to make access to advanced reserved seat tickets easier, Williams Grove Speedway and the World of Outlaws have joined forces

Griffith Wins The Battle, Pollard Claims The War

Derek Griffith drove to a dominant victory in the 100-lap Orange Blossom 100 for super late models Saturday during the final night of the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at New Smyrna Speedway.

Hirschman Wins Again, Hossfeld Is World Series King

Matt Hirschman sped to his third-straight tour-type modified victory in the Richie Evans Memorial 100 Friday at New Smyrna Speedway during the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing.

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RACING HISTORY

40 Years Ago: 1979 Daytona 500

Forty years after the checkered flag waved over a surprise winner in the 1979 Daytona 500, the race is still considered one of the most important milestones in NASCAR’s 71-year history.

Colorful & Adventurous Art Sparks

Auto racing has long been populated by colorful, eccentric and adventuresome figures. Arthur Sutton Sparks was one.

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