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Harbaugh Is Panther’s Touchdown Man

MOORESVILLE, N.C. – While Jim Harbaugh was a big name in both college and professional football last week as the head coach left Stanford...

Johnson Seeks Daytona Triumph

Jimmie Johnson owns five consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championships and the Harley J. Earl trophy as the 2006 Daytona 500 champion

Ganassi Using ‘Hendrick Model’

Team owner Chip Ganassi topped his epic 2010 season that earned him NSSN’s Economaki Champion of Champions award with Thursday’s blockbuster announcement at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway that Graham Rahal and Charlie Kimball will headline his expanded IZOD IndyCar Series operation.

Olson Ready To Rumble In Fort Wayne

With the 13th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne falling on New Year’s weekend, promoter Tony Barhorst figured a post-race pit party featuring a well-known racing personality was a given. And who better to ring in the New Year than Hall of Fame driver Kevin Olson?

Hendrick Drivers Dealing With Change

Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. were each putting on a happy face in Las Vegas regarding the recent team restructuring at Hendrick Motorsports, which will see Gordon, Earnhardt and Mark Martin working with different crew chiefs and crews next season.

Starting Over Fine With Almirola

At 26, Aric Almirola has experienced the ups and downs of the NASCAR world firsthand. The highs have included driving for some of the best teams the sport has to offer, while the lows have seen the Tampa, Fla., native unemployed, on the sidelines, waiting in the wings for the next opportunity.

Mann Breaking Stereotypes On Path Up Open-Wheel Ladder

Pippa Mann’s 2010 Firestone Indy Lights season was momentous, often tough, sometimes disappointing, occasionally jubilant. Driving for Sam Schmidt Motorsports, she captured three poles, including Indianapolis, and won at Kentucky. Despite breaking her left hand at Edmonton and sitting out a race while it healed from surgery, she finished fifth in points.

Andretti To Visit Troops

Mario Andretti will be earning his frequent flier miles this winter

Smith On The Mend After Mid-Season Crash

On June 18 of this year, Danny Smith’s 37th season of sprint-car racing came to a crashing halt during a qualifying lap at Attica (Ohio) Raceway Park.

Miller: USAC Needed To Make The First Move

USAC has officially introduced RPM limits into its midget division. But this week’s announcement was the end of a long road full of roadblocks for the sanctioning body, beginning in August of 2009

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