IMSA & BUBBA Burger Extend Agreement

Extending a partnership that began in 2016, officials from the International Motor Sports Ass'n and BUBBA burger today confirmed a three-year extension, making BUBBA burger the Official Burger of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship through the 2020 season

Pocono, Still Doing It Doc’s Way

49 years after track founders Drs. Joe and Rose Mattioli hosted their first race on a three-quarter-mile oval, Pocono Raceway is the last family-owned and operated motorsports facility to host races sanctioned by both NASCAR and IndyCar.

COLUMNS

FROST: Measuring Social Media

This month we will look at motorsports from the social and digital media perspective. What is it worth and how do we consume it?

WADE: Racing Is Still Racing

Racing is racing. Once a driver puts on a helmet and straps into the cockpit, it’s impossible to guess if the racer is male or female, younger or older — or which country issued his/her passport.

FENWICK: Too Much Aero, Too Little Passing

NASCAR has tried everything to make the Monster Energy All-Star Race exciting.

RACING NATION

SCRAMP Reorganizes Management Staff

As part of its ongoing evolution of operations at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, the Sports Car Racing Association of the Monterey Peninsula, which manages the Laguna Seca Recreation Area for the County of Monterey, has reorganized its senior management structure.

Busy Night At Humberstone Speedway

On a very busy Sunday night at the Humberstone Speedway, former Mr. DIRT Champions Cody McPherson and Brad Rouse earned victories in the PC Works DIRTcar Sportsman on Verge Insurance Center Night at the races

Green & Joy Continue Family Tradition

The Bojangles’ Summer Shootout has helped transform dozens of aspiring racers into prominent NASCAR stars.

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RACING HISTORY

Traco Engineering Spelled Victory

There was a time during the 1960s and ’70s when a small, brick-front building in a Los Angeles industrial area, squeezed between Helen’s Café and Jim Narin’s Machine Shop on Jefferson Avenue, was one of the most important race shops in America.

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.

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