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Northeast Dirt Modified Hall of Fame inductee Ralph Quarterson died June 23. Quarterson was 80 years old
The Motorsports Hall of Fame of America and Museum at Daytona Int’l Speedway welcomed guests for the first time in more than three months today as part of the reopening of the DIS Ticket and Tours building
MOORESVILLE, N.C. — The U.S. Motorsports Association’s Motorsports Media Leadership Team has launched #TogetherWeRace #TogetherWeWin, an initiative that encourages the racing industry to return to racing, responsibly. The initiative is an important part of the COVID-19 Motorsports Task Force, setup and supported by USMA and led by groups of industry...
The U.S. Motorsports Ass’n Government Affairs Team is working with Pennsylvania State House Representative Dave Maloney, who is chairman of the PA Motorsports Caucus, to build public support for PA House Bill 2489
The U.S. Motorsports Ass’n (USMA) has initiated several leadership teams to help navigate all forms of racing through the COVID-19 Crisis
The U.S. Motorsports Ass’n is committed to supporting our racing community as it navigates through the impacts of COVID-19
Dave Wonser has been promoted to the position of vice president of brand development for Lucas Oil Products
Bruce Cooper's No. 88 Robert Yates Racing Ford driven by Dale Jarrett was displayed Tuesday night during the annual NCMA Achievement in Motorsports banquet. (Adam Fenwick photo)
Bruce Cooper has been a Robert Yates Racing fan since Davey Allison raced for the team.
Bob Varsha (IndyCar photo)
Longtime motorsports announcer and enthusiast Bob Varsha is battling cancer as the new year begins
The RPM act has been introduced in the House of Representatives.
SEMA President and CEO Chris Kersting commended U.S. Representatives Patrick McHenry (R-NC) and Raul Ruiz (D-CA) for introducing H.R. 5434, the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports Act of 2019 (RPM Act)

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