Bauman Snaps Indian Winning Streak In Ohio

The Lima Half-Mile presented by Indian Motorcycle had it all: intense race action, dramatic twists and turns with massive championship implications and an underdog winner

Chris Windom Wins Fayette County WAR

Taking the lead off of turn four coming to the white flag, Chris Windom picked up his first POWRi Lucas Oil WAR East Sprints victory Saturday at Fayette County Speedway


FROST: Sponsor Loyalty Key In Racing

In this month’s edition of Business of Speed, we will explore an important variable affecting a company’s decision to be involved in motorsports.

RODDA: A Midwestern Racing Road Trip

When traveling the Midwest one necessity is to be flexible. Racing plans are always tentative based on weather, and three changes in track choices have occurred this year.

WADE: From Burgers To Top Fuel

With a cheery spring in her step and a perky greeting for her customers at Tony’s Deli in Anaheim, Calif., just across the freeway and a couple of miles from Disneyland, the young server hustles to deliver a Big Mikey and a Sheepherder.


Emerling Is A Holland Pro Modified Ace

Patrick Emerling won the main event for the Getzoni Nationwide Insurance Agency NASCAR Pro Modified feature on Kwik Fill Night at Holland Int'l Speedway Saturday evening.

Ott Wraps Up Lucas Oil Speedway Midseason Crown

Putting the wraps on a spectacular first half of the season, Toby Ott rolled to victory in Saturday night's featured Big O Tires Street Stocks main event at Lucas Oil Speedway.

Glen Luce Outruns Oxford Plains Foes

Glen Luce had the super late model field covered Saturday night, winning the 50-lap main event topping the Budweiser Championship Series card at Oxford Plains Speedway.

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Dan Gurney’s Proudest Moment

During a career of diverse and remarkable achievement, Dan Gurney’s proudest moment, and perhaps his most significant victory, came 50 years ago when he won the 1967 Belgium Grand Prix in a car of his own design and construction.

Wilbur Shaw: 80 Years Later

Wilbur Shaw was a small town Indiana boy who grew up wanting nothing more than to become a professional race car driver. He became a great one.


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