Strong Showing For Kotyk & Jeansonne In England

Team USA Scholarship drivers Jonathan Kotyk and Aaron Jeansonne posted excellent performances during a hard-fought 20-lap Formula Ford Festival Final this afternoon at Brands Hatch.

Furniture Row Crew Member Dies Of Heart Attack

James “Jim” Watson, a road-crew fabricator for Furniture Row Racing’s NASCAR Cup Series teams, died Saturday night at the age of 55 after suffering a heart attack.


PAUCH: Knoxville Is A ‘Big Deal’

It’s that time of year when weekly shows have come to a close and the bigger events are upon us.

KNUTSON: In Formula One, Follow The Money

When the news and various confirmations finally came, they arrived thick and fast over just a matter of minutes on the Friday evening of the Singapore Grand Prix.

LEMASTERS: A Formula One Title Fight

In case you missed it, the battle for the Formula One World Driving Cham­pion­­ship (that’s not a touch snobbish, is it?) is hot and heavy these days, and the two main protagonists happen to respect each other quite a bit.


Thorn Claims Senator’s Cup Fall Classic

In a race for the ages, Derek Thorn emerged victorious at the Senator’s Cup Fall Classic on Saturday.

Racers Chow Down During Delta Turkey Bowl

Brandon Carey, James Ringo, and Garth Kasiner added to their huge Delta Speedway resumes while Dalton Parreira began to build his own, as the four drivers snared victories in Turkey Bowl XVII on Saturday night.

Spatola & Erickson Share Kokomo Victory Lane

With the pit area and every other nearby space filled to capacity with 262 race cars, Kokomo Speedway hosted day two of its season-ending Kokomo Klash XI Saturday night/early Sunday morning with Mike Spatola (late models) and Jeffery Erickson Jr. (modifieds) among the feature race winners.

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The Story Of The Chevrolet Brothers

There are few better known brands than Chevrolet. Millions own the internationally respected vehicles, but few realize the iconic company originated with three racing brothers — Louis, Gaston and Arthur Chevrolet.

The Transition To Rear-Engine Cars

In 1963, a dramatic transition occurred at the top echelon of American open-wheel racing.


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