USAC Stalwart Johnny Vance, 79

Johnny Vance, a man who was highly-accomplished in multiple roles with the United States Auto Club as a competitor, promoter and official, died Thursday. He was 79 years old.

Merritt Speedway All Star Stop Cancelled

A collective decision between Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions and Merritt Speedway officials resulted in the cancellation of the July 1 visit to Merritt Speedway in Lake City, Mich.


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.

FOGARTY: Ready To Race At Road America

If it’s summer, then we're deep into racing season and our team is headed to the legendary Road America road circuit in Wisconsin for the next round of the Pirelli World Challenge.

FENWICK: A Special Admiration For Cars & Men

Long ago Tony Stewart acknowledged his admiration for four-time Indianapolis 500 winner and racing legend A.J. Foyt.


Warrior Division Returns To Thunder Road

Thunder Road officials have announced today that the Warrior Division will be returning to the Barre high banks beginning July 20 as part of Fairpoint Communications Night.

Cormier Leads Summer Shootout Winners

Racing’s future stars shone under the lights on Tuesday at Charlotte Motor Speedway, as Week 2 of the Bojangles’ Summer Shootout featured a series of exhilarating Legend Car and Bandolero finishes under challenging weather conditions

Sossoman Credits Experience To Racing Success

Nearly two decades after his Bojangles’ Summer Shootout debut, John Sossoman is proving that he has not lost his edge.

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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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