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Someone asked me recently how old you have to be to be considered an old timer. My answer was that it’s not a number, it’s a state of mind.
IndyCar Pit Stops (Brad Plant Photo)
Because of deep fields, fairly equal equipment and  the incredible reliability of its cars and engines, this may be the most competitive era in Indy car racing history.
Bruce Martin Mug
When team owner Roger Penske was celebrating his record-extending 18th Indianapolis 500 win on May 26, he quickly discovered Simon Pagenaud’s dog, Norman, was in victory lane.
The Blaney family, including Dale Blaney, at Sharon Speedway after the Lou Blaney Memorial. (Joe Secka/JMS Pro Photo)
In addition to operating a lumber business in Hartford, Ohio, George Blaney owned a multi-car race team.
Ron Lemasters Jr. Mug
Motorsports is, and always has been, cyclical.
Kenny Wallace (Mike Campbell Photo)

Herman Hits The Dirt

After more than three decades of living the nomadic life of a NASCAR driver and broadcaster, this year’s racing season marked a new beginning for 56-year-old Kenny Wallace.
Adam Fenwick
When Matt DiBenedetto left Go FAS Racing last year, he did so not knowing what his future would hold.
The beat goes on — and on and on and on.
Brett Deyo has been a key player in returning Fonda Speedway to prominence in the Northeast racing scene. (Dave Dalesandro Photo)
Fonda (N.Y.) Speedway has been known as “The Track of Champions” since Bill Wimble and Dick Nephew claimed NASCAR National Sportsman championships during the 1960s. 
Mike Kerchner
Mike Stefanik should be in the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

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