Hoosier Hundred History On The Line For Swanson

When looking down the list of Hoosier Hundred winners over the past six decades, it's easily recognizable to see and feel the history that the crown jewel USAC Silver Crown race carries.

Dave Darland Lands Ride For Hoosier Hundred

USAC Triple Crown champion Dave Darland has picked up a ride for Thursday's 63rd running of the Hoosier Hundred at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.

COLUMNS

PAUCH: The Value Of A Good Announcer

As much as we focus on what’s happening on the track, a good announcer can be a valuable guide and informant; a great one can take it to a whole new level.

MARTIN: The Indy 500’s 54 Years On ABC

For those of us who were youngsters in the 1960s, grew up in the ’70s, came of age in the ’80s and were adults in the ’90s, ABC introduced us to the Indianapolis 500.

WADE: Phone Calls To The Fans

Thousands of people may say their favorite part of the workday is driving home. For Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles, that’s true — but for an impressively unique reason.

RACING NATION

Tyler Seavey Cashes $5,151 Check At Millbridge

It took three years, but Tyler Seavey finally joined his brother Logan as a winner of the QRC Open presented by HMS Motorsport on Wednesday night at Millbridge Speedway.

NOTES: YouTube Kid Makes Passes At Millbridge

Tanner Holmes may have had misfortune end his night early at Millbridge Speedway on Tuesday, but the Oregon teenager put on a show while he was on the track.

Hoffman Banks $1,000 Millbridge Outlaw Prize

Nick Hoffman dominated the opening night of the fifth annual QRC Open presented by HMS Motorsport at Millbridge Speedway on Tuesday, topping the $1,000-to-win Outlaw division feature at the sixth-mile dirt oval.

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RACING HISTORY

Jim Hurtubise & The Mallard Indy Car

In late 1966, fan favorite Jim Hurtubise surprised many when he announced he would build a front-engine car for the 1967 Indianapolis 500.

Donnie Allison Looks Back

Former NASCAR Cup Series driver Donnie Allison never ran a full schedule during his 22-year racing career.

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