Veterans, Newcomers Make Laps In Griffis Memorial Test

Forty drivers representing all three rungs of the Mazda Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires were in action this weekend during the two-day Chris Griffis Memorial Test held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Frank Flud Is Big Winner At Caney Valley

Frank Flud and Daison Pursley were dominant on Sunday evening during the Driven Midwest Cup at Caney Valley Speedway, where both drivers also wrapped up Driven Midwest USAC NOW600 National Micro Series presented by MyRacePass championships during the final event of the season

COLUMNS

PAUCH: Knoxville Is A ‘Big Deal’

It’s that time of year when weekly shows have come to a close and the bigger events are upon us.

KNUTSON: In Formula One, Follow The Money

When the news and various confirmations finally came, they arrived thick and fast over just a matter of minutes on the Friday evening of the Singapore Grand Prix.

LEMASTERS: A Formula One Title Fight

In case you missed it, the battle for the Formula One World Driving Cham­pion­­ship (that’s not a touch snobbish, is it?) is hot and heavy these days, and the two main protagonists happen to respect each other quite a bit.

RACING NATION

Daniels Ends Drought In Spooktacular Fashion

Rusty Daniels ended a winless streak dating back to May 2016 with his victory in Sunday night’s Spooktacular presented by NCDOT Click-It-Or-Ticket.

Thorn Claims Senator’s Cup Fall Classic

In a race for the ages, Derek Thorn emerged victorious at the Senator’s Cup Fall Classic on Saturday.

Racers Chow Down During Delta Turkey Bowl

Brandon Carey, James Ringo, and Garth Kasiner added to their huge Delta Speedway resumes while Dalton Parreira began to build his own, as the four drivers snared victories in Turkey Bowl XVII on Saturday night.

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RACING HISTORY

The Story Of The Chevrolet Brothers

There are few better known brands than Chevrolet. Millions own the internationally respected vehicles, but few realize the iconic company originated with three racing brothers — Louis, Gaston and Arthur Chevrolet.

The Transition To Rear-Engine Cars

In 1963, a dramatic transition occurred at the top echelon of American open-wheel racing.

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