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ARGABRIGHT: Dirt-Track Racing Gets Its Screen Test

It is perhaps the most comprehensive look at dirt racing in a medium that has never embraced the sport in any real measure.

KALWASINSKI: Looking Back At Chicago Racing Scene

Before getting too far along in 2017, let’s take a look at the Chicago area racing scene 10, 25 and 50 years ago.

KERCHNER: Bravo Nico Rosberg!

On Nov. 27, Rosberg wrapped up the Formula One World Championship. Five days later he hung up his helmet.

PAUCH: What Do Racers Do During The Winter?

Almost every racing junky isn’t a professional racing junky 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

WADE: A New Direction For Larry Morgan

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.

Remembering The Death Of Speedy Mike Nazaruk

VALLEY STREAM, N.Y. I pause every May 1 and remember a sad day 55 years ago. I was 10 years old on May 1, 1955....

SHEHEEN: From KO To Mears & More

It's always fun and very interesting to chat with four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Rick Mears. Our most recent opportunity to get caught up came while waiting for our flight from Charlotte to Indianapolis for the mid-December PRI Trade Show.

FENWICK: Much Ado About Nothing

Monster Energy has officially arrived on the scene as the title sponsor of NASCAR’s Cup Series and many fans quickly found a reason to complain.

ARGABRIGHT: April 23, 1978 – The Night Racing Died

April 23, 1978. Forty years ago came the night the racing died.
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PAUCH: Mom Holds It All Together

A racer’s wife and mother, a business owner and a full-time supporter for more than 40 years; some may say she’s crazy but most will say she’s dedicated.

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