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LEMASTERS: Maybe Atlanta Shouldn’t Have Lost A Sprint Cup Date

HAMPTON, Ga. When NASCAR released its 2011 schedule recently, the words Atlanta Motor Speedway appeared only once: Labor Day weekend. The second date, Speedway Motorsports,...

KALWASINSKI: Chicago Chips

A review of 2013 track and association champions in and around the Chicagoland area includes…

MARTIN: Sponsorship Woes Leave Briscoe’s Future In Doubt

SPARTA, Ky. Team Penske may have three drivers under contract, but that doesn’t mean all three will have rides in the 2011 IZOD IndyCar Series...

ARGABRIGHT: Late-Model Kingpin Closes On 500th Victory

SALUDA, Va. The race car is an ominous black and green, parked behind a long black hauler. Scott Bloomquist wears a rigid glare as...

MARTIN: Once Rivals, Penske & Menard Work Together

During the days of the “split” in Indy car racing, Roger Penske and John Menard played significant roles on opposite sides of the fence.

NASCAR Needs Boris Said, All He Needs Is A Chance

LAS VEGAS Boris Said is exactly what NASCAR needs. It’s too bad that it has been so hard to make it happen. He’s a world-class...

FUZI: Roberts Begins 25th Season

With more than two decades of dirt-late-model competition under his belt, Curtis Roberts is considered a veteran by most standards. His No. 9r is frequently found in victory lane at tracks throughout Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Ohio

FUZI: Darland Is The ‘People’s Champ’

A steady rumble of applause generally accompanies Dave Darland’s Steve and Carla Phillips’ black No. 71p when it hits the track in USAC sprint car competition. But that’s standard procedure for the driver known the “People’s Champ.”

RODDA: Ten Reasons Why…

Here are 10 reasons why the Trophy Cup winged 360 sprint car race is so special:

Believe It Or Not, Ford Has Not Won This Season

DARLINGTON, S.C. Can you believe it? It’s 11 races into the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season and Ford has yet to win a race. Saturday...

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