Home Tags August 2019

Tag: August 2019

As SPEED SPORT celebrates its 85th anniversary, we will take a look at the value of legacy and heritage in sport from a financial perspective.
Women in racing aren’t anything new. In fact, it’s very old news. Camille du Gast, a French woman, was the first at the wheel in the early 1900s. 
Johnny Boyd & His
Johnny Boyd’s ascent to American open-wheel racing’s top tier happened with the help of two iconic Indianapolis 500 winners — Bill Vukovich and Bob Sweikert.
Each month in SPEED SPORT Magazine we highlight some of our favorite Twitter posts from racing personalities from various disciplines.
They compute their fuel — an unholy compound of propane and nitric acid — in gallons per mile rather than miles per gallon. 
May 4, 2019: Cole Custer during qualifying for the Allied Steel Buildings 200 at Dover International Speedway in Dover, DE.
Joe Custer, president of Stewart-Haas Racing and the father of NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Cole Custer, remembers the day he realized his son had what it took to be a race car driver.
Bruce Martin Mug
This time of year in the Midwest is when the harshly cold winds of winter turn into the brutally hot and humid days of summer. 
Rich Vogler at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1986. (IMS Archives Photo)
Through 85 years, SPEED SPORT has covered all of racing's major events. We dug into the archives to take a look at some of the unique stories we've covered over the years. Gasoline Alley Paterson, N.J., was ground zero for Depression era racers to spend their summers while competing on...
Ron Lemasters Jr. Mug
As SPEED SPORT celebrates its 85th anniversary, I wonder...
Over 85 years in motorsports, the pages of National Speed Sport News and SPEED SPORT Magazine have told the tales of thousands upon thousands of drivers and teams.

Now Playing


error: Content is protected !!