Needing a victory in the worst way to stay in contention for a spot in the Chase for the Nextel Cup, Dale Earnhardt Jr. pulled it off in Sunday's USG Sheetrock 400 at Chicagoland Speedway.
Should NASCAR be legally responsible for fatal accidents which occur at its races? A 4-month study conducted by The Orlando Sentinel, which appeared in the Florida daily as a three-part series with front-page placement June 26-28, seems to indicate it should.
“The object of winning a 500-mile race is to be there at the end of the day,” is a phrase often heard from A.J. Foyt.
Pacing himself to an almost incredible degree, Dick Rathmann of Daytona Beach, Florida, and Alhambra, Calif., took the lead on the very first lap of today's International 200 lap stock car race at the Langhorne Speedway and never relinquished it, winning in three hours, six minutes and 14.18 seconds, driving a Hudson Hornet.
Pikes Peak lnt’l Raceway may soon be part of the International Speedway Corp., according to sources within the garage area at this past weekend's Radisson Indy 225 Indy Racing League race at the one-mile oval.
Art Pollard, 42 years young, survived a first lap crash Sunday, got into another car and won his first national championship ever at a record breaking 112.-157 miles per hour before a record crowd of 41 789 at State Fair Park.
Gordon Johncock nipped Rick Mears by the eyelash-flicker margin of 16/100ths of a second Sunday to win the closest race in Indianapolis 500-Mile Race history at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The Illini State, with more than a half hundred operating race tracks, speedways and fairgrounds and a long history of auto racing activity, may soon join Rhode Island as the only other state in the Union with nary a single active auto racing facility.
It was a great day for the state of Texas during Saturday’s Indianapolis 500 pole qualifications as Billy Boat won the pole for team owner A.J. Foyt of Houston.
Old tires cost Greg Biffle a chance at victory last month. New tires assured him of one Saturday night.