Racing History

CAMRA Played Key Role In Open-Wheel Racing History

If producing great racing and graduating drivers to higher levels is the yardstick, then the supermodified group known as the Canadian American Modified Racing...
DAYTONA BEACH, FL - FEBRUARY 24, 1963: Tiny Lund (right) was a last-minute substitute for the Wood Brothers team after their regular driver Marvin Panch was injured in an earlier crash. In storybook fashion, Lund took the race and became a much-loved figure in early NASCAR racing. (Photo by RacingOne/Getty Images)

Surprises During The Daytona 500

Hundreds of drivers have showcased their talents in NASCAR’s premier series since the gates of Daytona Int’l Speedway opened in February 1959.

KNOXVILLE 1995: Kinsers Rule Knoxville Nationals

Although he didn’t express it, the 35th annual Amoco Knoxville Nationals feature had to make Karl Kinser proud.

KNOXVILLE 2016: It’s Johnson In A Knoxville Stunner

Jason Johnson did what few thought could be done.

Wishing For Road Racing To ‘Get Its Act Together’

Stories Of People Who Make A Living In Motorsports BY ALEX GURNEY Guest Columnist The son of legendary racer Dan Gurney entered Saturday’s Grand Am season finale...

The Unforgettable Don Branson

His peers called him “Pappy” because when Don Branson was in his prime on the demanding USAC open-wheel circuit of the 1960s, he raced guys half his age.

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