Sixty years ago, the prestige of Indy car racing was such that Bill France turned to the division to christen his dream track — Daytona Int’l Speedway.
On Feb. 11, 1959, 11 days before the first Daytona 500, former Hudson Hornet stock-car ace turned Indy-car driver Marshall Teague was asked to...
Danny Caruthers took the ultra-competitive USAC national midget championship circuit by storm one glorious summer — and then suddenly was gone.
STOCKER: Santa Fe Speedway star Bill Van Allen used a Studebaker Lark to capture the track's late-model title in 1963. (Vince Mayer Photo) Perhaps...
The other day, Parnelli Jones was saying, “When I raced, never felt intimidated. I felt like I was the one doing the intimidating.”
There are few better known brands than Chevrolet. Millions own the internationally respected vehicles, but few realize the iconic company originated with three racing brothers — Louis, Gaston and Arthur Chevrolet.
Sitting just off of Interstate 80 midway between Sacramento and San Francisco are the remains of a multi-purpose raceway waiting for someone to step in and rescue it.
Linda Vaughn’s career soared as the iconic and shapely Miss Hurst Golden Shifter and few probably admired her teeth
With the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 only days away, it seemed appropriate to remember the late Tony Bettenhausen.
Bob Veith raced in 11 Indianapolis 500s. He never won, but that mattered little to him as he was thankful to have just competed.
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