Custer: ‘I Don’t Get Why We Got Wrecked’

Cole Custer exited Atlanta Motor Speedway's infield care center understandably frustrated on Saturday afternoon following a lap 11 crash that eliminated him from the Rinnai 250.

Igor Fraga Lands USF2000 Drive With Exclusive Autosport

Igor Fraga has joined Exclusive Autosport to compete in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda.


HEDGER: 2017 SuperFans, Part 2

With order restored to victory lane following our rundown of the top finishers in the 2017 SuperFans contest, we’re ready to take a look at the second five finishers.

ARGABRIGHT: Racing On Television Is All About You

Television is all about you and it always has been. You should decide what you watch, and you should decide how you watch it.

VALENTINE: Safer Walls & Safer Racing, Part 1

In mid-2016, I wrote an article explaining why I’m so driven to make race tracks safer. For 11 paragraphs, I stood on my soapbox expounding the many reasons antiquated track barricades represent an unnecessary and extreme danger to drivers.


Promoter & Track Owner Russell Hackett, 76

Racing promoter and track owner Russell Harrison Hackett, 76, died Friday at the Randolph Hospice House in Asheboro, N.C.

Road America Extends Partnerships With Multiple Brands

Road America officials have announced an extended five-year partnership with Lakeside Pepsi Cola as the exclusive provider of carbonated beverages and select non-carbonated beverages served at Road America.

Bernheisel Racing Adds Sponsor & New Car Number

Jim Bernheisel will be tackling the 2018 campaign with not only a new brand sponsorship but also a new car number.

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Remembering Dale Earnhardt’s Daytona 500 Victory

Twenty years of trying, 59 successive races of sheer frustration, and countless questions of when ... when? When is over for Dale Earnhardt. The seven-time Winston Cup champion has won the Daytona 500.

The 1988 Daytona 500

Thirty years ago — on Valentine’s Day 1988 — a capacity crowd of 160,000 at Daytona Int’l Speedway and millions of fans watching on television saw a Hollywood-style finish to the Daytona 500.


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