Cayden Carter Is Hometown Star

Another night racing with the big names at his hometown track brought out the best again in Cayden Carter

Two Britten Bikes Set For Isle Of Man

The iconic New Zealand-built Britten machine will make its return to the Isle of Man in August with not one but two of John Britten’s ground-breaking creations taking to the Mountain Course once more at the Classic TT Races presented by Bennetts


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.

MARTIN: Scott Dixon’s Letter From A Fan

When Scott Dixon had the worst crash of his career on lap 53 of this year’s Indianapolis 500, his No. 9 Honda flew 389 feet before landing upside down on the inside catchfence and SAFER barrier between turns one and two at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.


Jordan Black Keeps Rolling In Summer Shootout

For the fourth time in a row, Jordan Black outclassed his competition in the Lead 2 Real Estate Pro division during Tuesday’s Bojangles’ Summer Shootout program at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Jackson Motorplex Bolsters Friday Sprint Purse

Jackson Motorplex will offer a $10,000 payout to the winner of the 410 Outlaw Sprints Fueled by Casey's General Store feature that will be held this Friday during the Jackson County Fair presented by ABDO, Eick & Meyers.

Canipe Credits Experience For Legend Car Success

Although D.J. Canipe often dominated the Bandolero ranks in last year’s Bojangles’ Summer Shootout, he’s proven to be just as strong of a competitor in the K1 Speed Young Lions Legend Car division this summer.

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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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