Throughout NASCAR’s history, the foundation of stock car racing has always been the cars and the drivers who bravely wheel them.
Like many in America, race fans are spending more time on social media while maintaining social distance to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the dusky twilight that surrounded the garage area Saturday evening at Richmond lnt'l Raceway, Richard Petty came down the steps of the NASCAR Winston Cup trailer amid a crowd of media representatives and said, "I'm going home, guys."
The 1950 racing season in the Chicagoland area began with four midget racing programs held indoors at Chicago’s International Amphitheatre.
Within sight of the Hollywood Hills where the Beverly Wilshire Hotel stands today, fans filled California’s Beverly Hills Speedway on April 24, 1921, for an afternoon of drama-charged two-wheeled competition.
Roll the clock back more than 50 years. You’re standing at the fence as 20 big-block-powered race cars roll toward the starter’s stand.
IndyCar rookie sensation Santino Ferrucci thrilled fans and pundits alike last season with his dramatic, high-risk, high-result passes on the series’ ovals. The young gun is quick to admit he learned those dicey moves from his Dale Coyne team spotter, Pancho Carter.
Mario Andretti owns one of the finest careers in auto racing history. He’s won the Indianapolis 500, the Formula One world championship, four Indy Car championships and tallied in excess of 100 major victories.
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...
Dale Earnhardt became the first rookie to win a NASCAR Winston Cup race since 1974 by outdueling NASCAR's best to post a $19,800 victory in the 19th annual Southeastern 500 at Bristol Int'l Raceway on April 1, 1979.
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