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Multiple business assistance packages have been available during the COVID-19 pandemic, and many motorsports companies have been able to take advantage of them.
More IndyCar/NASCAR
From Scott Dixon’s thrilling pass for the lead that led to a decisive victory in the GMR Grand Prix, to Chase Briscoe’s fender-banging triumph in the Pennzoil 150 and Kevin Harvick’s battle with Denny Hamlin to win his third Brickyard 400, the first IndyCar/NASCAR Tripleheader was a rousing success.
By the middle of July, 10 races had been confirmed for the revised Formula One schedule. The original calendar featured a record 22 rounds.
Toward the end of June, it appeared the NHRA was having a difficult time gaining traction. 
The Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic swept people off their feet much like a tsunami, literally and figuratively.
Bruce Martin Mug
Winning the first three races this season has set Scott Dixon on a path toward a sixth NTT IndyCar Series championship.
Ron Lemasters Jr. Mug
Who was the most intense driver you’ve seen race in person?
Sprint car fans don’t normally believe in fairy tales, but 30 years ago, on Saturday night, Aug. 18, 1990, at Iowa’s Knoxville Raceway some 18,000 saw a Cinderella story come to life right before their eyes.
Logan Schuchart and Bobby Allen in victory lane at Eldora Speedway. (Julia Johnson Photo)
As a teenager, Bobby Allen was a world-class go-kart racer whose résumé included a 1961 triumph in Milan, Italy, and pair of victories (1960 and ’61) in the battle for the Sir Victor Sassoon Trophy, which was awarded to the winner of the 100-lap Grand Prix during the annual Bahamas Speed Weeks in Nassau.
Each month in SPEED SPORT Magazine we highlight some of our favorite Twitter posts from racing personalities from various disciplines.

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