It is difficult to believe, but next year will be the 25th Trophy Cup, a race born in 1994 and one that seems to get bigger and better every year
Southern California racing fans are blessed with two of the nation's best and most competitive half-mile speedways — one dirt and the other paved
As tracks across the country open their gates for the start of the new racing season, I was just thinking …
Just before we went live on FOX with Monster Energy AMA Supercross racing from Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles and Verizon IndyCar Series driver Conor Daly walked into our broadcast booth.
It will take two people to enjoy this column. One to read out loud and one to close their eyes and imagine. So — close your eyes and just imagine.
The week had been so full of chaos that the only smart move was to shut it all out. It opened with NASCAR unveiling a points system so complex that it had to be dreamed up by razzle-dazzle marketers.
It’s always tough to see your contemporaries pass on. We got hit again this week when former NASCAR National Sportsman champion Pete Hamilton passed at age 74.
An error was made in my last column regarding the number of promoters who have tried to make Chowchilla Speedway successful
No racer wants to sit at home with an aching back and a sponsor whose head was turned by a pretty woman and brighter lights.
The exact year has long ago faded from our memory, but we can recall the conversation as if it took place last week.