Streaking Cappello Conquers Rocky Mountain

This is getting monotonous – for everyone except Dylan Cappello and his team

Kyle Bellm Conquers Lake Ozark Speedway

Runner-up Friday night at Creek County Speedway gave way to victory on Saturday at Lake Ozark Speedway as Kyle Bellm held off Johnathan Cornell for his fifth career triumph with the Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings and Wraps


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.

KNUTSON: Good Old Days; Cosworth DFV

The good old days started 50 years ago at the 1967 Dutch Grand Prix when the three-liter Ford Cosworth DFV V-8 made its race debut and won in the back of a Lotus 49 driven by Jim Clark.


Todd Shute Recovers For Lucas Oil Score

Todd Shute recovered from an early race bobble and went on to capture the featured Warsaw Auto Marine & RV ULMA Late Model feature Saturday night at Lucas Oil Speedway

It’s Timmy Brackett at Oxford Plains

Timmy Brackett raced to his first Budweiser Championship Series Super Late Model victory of the season in Saturday’s Irving Forest Products 50 at Oxford Plains Speedway

Robbie Price Stars In Skagit 360 Run

The Budweiser 360 Sprint Cars made their final appearance before next week’s $10,000-to-win Bob’s Burgers & Brew Summer Nationals, with Robbie Price standing tall in victory lane at the end of the night at Skagit Speedway

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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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