Decker Adds Road America To ARCA Schedule

Nineteen-year old Natalie Decker has added Road America to her remaining ARCA Racing Series schedule with Venturini Motorsports.

Jim Beam Backs Jay Howard At Indy 500

Jim Beam Bourbon will sponsor the No. 77 Schmidt Peterson Motorsports entry driven by Jay Howard in the 101st Indianapolis 500 on May 28.

COLUMNS

HEDGER: The Long Look

Another NASCAR Hall of Fame vote is in the books and, as always, whittling the 20 candidates down to the “final five” was extremely difficult

WADE: Is NHRA Stunting Growth?

To Larry Dixon the slap on the wrist was no big deal. The three-time NHRA Top Fuel champion had overcome a bout with throat cancer and — just weeks later — a wicked airborne crash at Florida’s Gainesville Raceway.

KERCHNER: Can Fernando Alonso Win The Indy 500?

Can Fernando Alonso win the Indianapolis 500? Absolutely. Most gave the 35-year-old Spaniard no chance of winning at Indianapolis. That seems short-sighted.

RACING NATION

Eldora Sets Dates For Major Events

While just a few races into the 2017 racing season, Eldora Speedway officials have confirmed the track’s major events for 2018

Krummel Conquers Grandview Modifieds

Saturday night racing action finally returned to Grandview Speedway after two weeks off courtesy of Mother Nature with four different winners and one repeat winner in the respective classes in the T.P. Trailer and Truck Equipment sponsored night

Solwold Does It Again At Skagit Oval

On the first truly warm race night of the year, the action was even hotter on the track as the Budweiser 360 Sprints, Cook Road Shell Sportsman Sprints and High Society Modifieds put on a great show for the crowd

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RACING HISTORY

TFTH: A Big Day For Texans At Indy

It was a great day for the state of Texas during Satur­day’s Indianapolis 500 pole qualifications as Billy Boat won the pole for team owner A.J. Foyt of Houston.

Elliott’s Talladega Speed Record Stands Test Of Time

In terms of sheer speed, the man who stands on the top of the mountain in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is still Bill Elliott.

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