Nostalgia is good, fun and healthy. It’s nice to be sentimental and think back to earlier chapters of our life. But don’t lose sight of the fact that a lot of good things are happening in racing today.
OK, I’ll admit it. It was difficult to accept the fanfare and hoopla that followed Kyle Busch’s 200th NASCAR national series victory.
VALLEY STREAM, N.Y. The core of our sport comes from family participation. More than three fourths of racing folk whether fans or a participants, got...
Last year, team owner Roger Penske returned to sports car racing with Acura Team Penske, won the 102nd Indianapolis 500 for a record-extending 17th time, claimed his second NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series championship and was voted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
It was six o’clock on a Wednesday night. I was in the middle of making my delicious pasta with garlic and roasted peppers for dinner when we received the call from my brother.
MILWAUKEE, Wis. On the surface, Phoenix, Ariz., and its surrounding area seems to have everything a person could desire. The 12th largest metro area in...
It was a year ago that the shocking bulletin coursed through the racing community, one of those moments that you will forever recall where you were and what you were doing when you got the news.
“Kings of Speed – Ascot Park Raceway 1957-1990” was the title of a tribute to the long-gone, but not forgotten SoCal race track in Gardena.
I was often told that if something is priced so low that it’s too good to be true, it’s probably not a high-quality item.
While a new NTT IndyCar Series schedule that kicked off with the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg in mid-March, some believe a 17-race season isn’t enough.