FISHERS, Ind. It was a three-eighths-mile kind of weekend. Friday night was Illinois and Tri-City Speedway, a track physically located in Pontoon Beach but forever...
Longtime participant Kevin Babcock, of Des Moines, went to 133 races last year to earn a spot on the podium next to overall champion Reichert, who caught an amazing 169 races around the nation
With the racing schedule rapidly approaching its climax and the 2018 season just around the corner, we wanted to take a look at a few lingering questions from the motorsports world.
There is a man who has left his lasting impression on the history of the Indianapolis 500 and few people know his name.
Anyone who has been in racing since the 1960s, as we have, has to love the sport to remain involved. But that doesn’t mean you have to love everything
We all know how expensive racing can be but my question is, how do we expect to bring new drivers into our sport who have never driven a race car before? Where do you begin?
With the racing season winding down, we thought it would be a good time to share some of our observations about recent happenings in the motorsports world.
People spend a lot of time and effort on trying to make their race car faster and can easily overlook the most important item — safety equipment.
The difference in today’s drivers and those of yesteryear was on display at the 25th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals and to some observers it couldn’t be more contrasting.
Rumors are swirling about Carl Edwards’ future with Roush Fenway Racing, but most in the NASCAR industry agree where he’ll end up.