Bob Tattersall grew up tough. Born on July 27, 1924, Tattersall was only seven years old when he saw his younger brother get hit and killed by an automobile.
Check out photos from Saturday's 410 sprint car feature at Pennsylvania's Lincoln Speedway, where Tim Shaffer of Heffner Racing Enterprises took the win!
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series was back in action Friday at Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway for the Bucked Up 200.
Forty-two years ago this month there was a seismic shift in the American motorsports landscape when Gordon Johncock won the first race organized by the new Championship Auto Racing Teams car owners group.
The 63rd running of the Daytona 500 at Daytona Int’l Speedway saw fire and it saw rain, and at the end of 500 miles Michael McDowell saw a sunny day that may never end.
The death this past November of legendary sprint car mechanic Kenny Woodruff reduced by one the ranks of American racing’s Knights of the Road, a generation for whom the highway was just one more obstacle the sport threw at a man.
The 59th running of the Rolex 24 At Daytona Jan. 30-31 was one of the most competitive in the history of the iconic event. Still, it had a familiar ending.
Check out photos from Saturday's Ice Breaker 410 sprint car feature at Pennsylvania's Lincoln Speedway, where Tim Wagaman took the opening day win!
The most talked about topic during the DIRTcar Nationals at Florida’s Volusia Speedway Park was the trio of engine manufacturers now competing in 410 sprint car racing.
The new year and how the motorsports industry continues to deal with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic — and financial burdens related to it — will most certainly impact the industry for many years to come.
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