Logan Forler Stars In Idaho Sprint

Adding to his resume of ASCS victories, Logan Forler parked the Rush Concrete Pumping No. 2L in Rod End Supply Victory Lane for the first time with the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region to open up the Rumble in the Desert at Atomic Motor Raceway on Friday night

Courtney Force Powers To Top Spot In Colorado

Courtney Force powered to the Funny Car qualifying lead Friday night at the 38th annual Mopar Mile-High NHRA Nationals at Bandimere Speedway

COLUMNS

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.

RODDA: A Cool Evening At The Ocean

The timing was perfect. With Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico, Calif., not racing last Friday, Ocean Speedway in Watsonville, Calif., hosted a sprint car special.

RACING NATION

Leary Shines In Limaland Debut

C.J. Leary made his first visit to Limaland Motorsports Park a memorable one with a victory in the non-wing sprint car feature Friday evening.

Emerling Nets Spencer RoC Modified Payday

Patrick Emerling scored his second Race of Champions Asphalt Modified Tour victory of the year on Friday evening at Spencer Speedway.

Tremont Gets No. 73 At Albany-Saratoga

Kenny Tremont Jr. and Jeremy Wilder each notched their second DIRTcar modified win of the season Friday night at the Albany-Saratoga Speedway, while Rob Yetman claimed the 30-lap DIRTcar Pro Stock series feature

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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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