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17 hrs ago | NASCAR Winston Cup Scene
As part of the revamped Glory Road 2.0 set to debut on Jan.11, the NASCAR Hall of Fame announced the eighth of nine exclusive sneak peeks included in the exhibit.
Should sexual orientation be a protected class (like race and gender) to prevent discrimination?
Is America better or worse off with strong separation between Church and State?
21 hrs ago | Alabama Live
ARCA Racing Series driver Thomas "Moose" Praytor, center, of Mobile accepts the 2013 H.G. Adcox Sportsmanship Award from ARCA President Ron Drager, right, and ARCA Technical Services Director Bobby Thomsen during ARCA's postseason banquet on Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013, in Indianapolis, Ind.
Pro Mazda championship-winning organization Team Pelfrey will expand its open-wheel portfolio in 2014 by fielding a team of factory-backed Mygales in the F1600 Championship Series.
Teresa Glahn, 44, of Shillington gets behind the wheel of her 2006 Ford Mustang GT for a variety of charatible causes.
On the eve of a new era in North American sports car racing with the debut of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship, IMSA Insider is going to look back at key moments over the past five decades from the classic endurance races that open the season - the Rolex 24 At Daytona and Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Fueled by Fresh From Florida.
For two years running, Lee Pulliam has taken the stage to deliver the national champion's address at the awards banquet for NASCAR Whelen All-American Series awards banquet.
Charlotte will host the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards on Friday and the NASCAR Touring Series Night of Champions on Saturday.
Dearborn County's Jetset Getset and their NASCAR partner, Leavine Family Racing, have donated a quarter panel from the "Jetset Getset Ford" to benefit Susan G. KomenA , the world's leading breast cancer organization.
The 2014 World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series will be highlighted by the "Salute to the King," as iconic sprint car driver Steve Kinser makes his last run for a 21st championship beginning in February.
No one said it was going to be easy melding two very different sports car entities into one unified series.
The "Lady in Black" serves as the face of Darlington Raceway, representing the track at community and media events, attending parties and the annual NASCAR Spring Cup Series race weekend.
For 1973, Moore negotiated a sponsorship deal with fuel-additive manufacturer Sta-Power, allowing him to hire 1970 NASCAR champion Bobby Isaac for the entire season.