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By PaddockTalk.com Staff Writers The NASCAR Sprint Cup series has completed qualifying at Charlotte Motor Speedway in preparation for the Sprint Showdown.
Kyle Busch recovered after a rough Sprint Cup loss last week with a big win in the Charlotte Trucks race on Friday.
Autoweek's Steven Cole Smith got the chance to tool around the Circuit of the Americas in a V8 Supercar.
Seventh grade students from Dundee walk in the woods near a Michigan International Speedway campground on Tuesday morning during Track and Explore.
Here's your digital hub for news from Day Seven of practice -- Fast Friday -- for the Indy 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Students wait to play during the Pop Goes the Eagle concert at the Middle School at Parkside on Wednesday, May 15, 2013.
With a possible $2 million payday for the winner and some recent changes in the format, this year's NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway could be the most thrilling one in the event's 29-year history.
The New York Knicks are not ready for their season to end. Facing elimination in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals, the Knicks have opened up an 11-point third quarter lead at Madison Square Facing elimination in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals, the Knicks have opened up an 11-point third quarter lead at Madison Square Garden.
Trickle, a long-time Lincoln County resident, was found dead next to his pick-up truck just after noon.
Operators at the Lincoln County Communications Center received a call, apparently from Trickle, around noon, saying "there would be a dead body and it would be" his.
President Barack Obama says military leaders are ashamed about the military's failure to stop sexual assaults in the ranks.
Watkins Glen International announced on Wednesday that its President, Michael Printup, will introduce authors Michael Argetsinger and Bill Green for their book launch talk on Saturday, May 18.
Indy 500 rookie driver Conor Daly , a 21-year-old from Noblesville, wrecked in turn one Thursday afternoon at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway .
What would NASCAR be without controversy? You can insert your own description here, but the latest bit of not-so-good news coming out of the racing body is a literal she-said, he-said resulting with the felony arrest of driver Mike Harmon Wednesday afternoon for allegedly stealing the hauler of Jennifer Jo Cobb on May 11.
A judge has denied a request by a man accused in a DUI hit-and-run accident to relocate and remove his ankle monitoring device.
Any race fan, whether you like Patrick or think she's just a publicity stunt, could have seen this coming.