Bristol Motor Speedway and the Hav-A-Tampa Dirt Racing Series made history in 2000. Twenty years ago this June to be exact.
In terms of sheer speed, the man who stands on the top of the mountain in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is still Bill Elliott.
IN THE NEWS: The above headline appeared on the Feb. 18, 1982, issue of National Speed Sport News. (NSSN Archives)Feb. 18, 1982, was identified...
During one of auto racing’s most dangerous eras, there was one exceedingly deadly year in which 100 spectators and a half dozen drivers, some of them racing icons, perished.
For millions of race fans around the world, it’s difficult to believe 20 years have passed since the tragic death of Dale Earnhardt.
The sprint-car racing world changed on Sept. 11, 1976, when Jan Opperman suffered a closed head injury during the Hoosier Hundred USAC Dirt Track...
Considered America’s Golden Era of Sports, athletes such as Babe Ruth, Jack Dempsey and “Big” Bill Tilden dominated headlines during the 1920s.
Richie Evans, one of the most successful short-track racers in history, was killed Oct. 24, 1985, while practicing for a NASCAR modified race at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway.
It’s been 30 years since Ernie Irvan celebrated the biggest victory of his NASCAR career.
During his tragically brief life, Jochen Rindt’s rich talent, on-the-edge style and magnetic charisma captured the admiration of the media, fans and his peers alike.
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