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Charles Leclerc (Ferrari Photo)
Many current and former race car drivers live in Monaco. It is because the weather is nice year-round and the principality is centrally located for traveling in Europe.
Each week fans travel to race tracks from coast to coast to witness numerous types of racing.  
Chris Windom celebrates a victory in 2019. (Dan Demarco Photo)
Chris Windom’s month of May was unprecedented, largely for the amount of racing he packed into it and the number of different divisions in which he competed.
Each month in SPEED SPORT Magazine we highlight some of our favorite Twitter posts from racing personalities from various disciplines.
F-1 at Watkins Glen (WGI Photo)
As the world economy rebounded following World War II, the automobile industry in the U.S. and Europe experienced a boom.
Red Bull is ruthless when it comes to its young driver program and with the drivers who graduate to Formula One. 
50 Years Of Oktoberfest

50 Years Of Oktoberfest

Race fans from across the country will gather at Wisconsin’s La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway next month for the 50th running of Oktoberfest, one of America’s premier short-track events.
Anyone who races has to enjoy it.  Otherwise the never-ending work and time spent going down the highway wouldn’t be worth it.
Sterling Marlin
While Clifton “Coo Coo” Marlin was known as one of the most successful independent drivers during his 14-year NASCAR career, his son Sterling’s claim to fame included a long and rewarding driving career highlighted by Daytona 500 victories in 1994 and ’95. 
Cacklefest Push-Starts
Larry Dixon had just lost by one-thousandth of a second to Mike Dunn in the Top Fuel semifinals of the 2001 NHRA Winternationals at California’s Auto Club Raceway at Pomona, and he was perturbed.

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