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Duno’s On-Track Performance Draws Ire Of Competitors

WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. Every racing series has its drivers who may be in way “over their head.” When Michael Andretti was a race driver, that...

ARGABRIGHT: Age Debate At Indy Continues

FISHERS, Ind. Should a 12-year-old kid be going 100 miles per hour? That’s the question many people have been asking over the past week, particularly...

RODDA: Chowchilla Back In Action Again

Now there are six. That is the number of promoters who have opened (or mostly reopened) Chowchilla Speedway.

Massa Calls Out Future Teammate Alonso In Brazil

SAO PAULO, Brazil Felipe Massa caused an uproar by saying that his future Ferrari teammate Fernando Alonso must have had prior knowledge of the 2008...

OURSLER: The Rambling Road

The line between entertainment and sport in today’s world of professional motorsport is a blurry one. It is, though, one — blurry or not — that has been perfected by NASCAR, the same NASCAR that owns the Grand American Road Racing Ass’n

KNUTSON: The Key To Attracting Loyal Fans

So, grid girls are out and grid kids are in. There has been a fair bit of hullabaloo about Liberty Media’s latest change to the Formula One show.

Open-Wheel Racing Just Doesn’t Fly In North Carolina

HICKORY, N.C. After Shane Hmiel won the USAC Mopar National Midget Series feature last week at legendary Hickory Motor Speedway, I was angry and...

LONDON: The Racing Journal

This certainly is a tough time for aspiring young racers. There are hardly any rides in the highest ranking racing series

ARGABRIGHT: Dawn Of The Indy Racing League

Twenty years ago the world of Indy car racing changed dramatically with the introduction of a new technical formula backed by the fledgling Indy Racing League.

FUZI: Landon Knew His Destiny Was To Drive Fast Cars

GAYLORD, Mich. For some open-wheel legends, it would seem that from birth they knew they were destined to race cars. This, however, was not the case for Wayne Landon of Hastings, Mich.

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