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Military members are honored during prerace festivities for the Coke 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC. (HHP/Harold Hinson)
For decades, Charlotte Motor Speedway has paid tribute to the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces each Memorial Day weekend with a patriotic celebration prior to the Coca-Cola 600.
Rick Mears (9) passes Tom Sneva during the 1979 Indianapolis 500. (IMS Archives Photo)
In more than a century of fierce racing at the highest level, the Indianapolis 500 has generated many drama-filled months of May.
I was listening to the radio the other day and an old, familiar song came on by Alan Jackson. 
Childress
One could say an oak tree planted in the early 1900s on Wayside Drive in Winston-Salem, N.C., served as the foundation of Richard Childress Racing.
The field for the 2018 Little 500.
The Pay Less Little 500 presented by UAW will celebrate its 71st running on Saturday night, May 25. To say the 500-lap sprint car race is a unique event would be an understatement.
Top Fuel rookies Austin Prock and Jordan Vandergriff are challenging each other — and even interacting with the legends of the sport, who are still fussing with each other after all these years. 
NBC Sports James Hinchcliffe
Two of the greatest, most traditional sporting events in the world are located only 123 miles apart. 
Robert Wickens continues his recovery from injuries suffered in a crash last year at Pocono Raceway. (IndyCar Photo)
It remains to be determined if Robert Wickens will ever race again, but that remains his goal.
Making the starting field of 33 for the Indianapolis 500 is a dream of many race car drivers around the world. 
Making the starting field of 33 for the Indianapolis 500 is a dream of many race car drivers around the world. 
Knutson
While not exactly new – it dates back to 2004 – the Chinese Grand Prix is one of the modern Formula One races in a championship with its history deeply planted in Europe.

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