Tom Sorensen has been a columnist at The Observer for 20 years and has been at the paper for 25, writing about nearly every sport in the Carolinas.
Kenseth and his first-year team at Joe Gibbs Racing have had plenty to celebrate this season with a Sprint Cup -best three victories and seven top-10 finishes in 11 events.
Kenseth and his first-year team at Joe Gibbs Racing have had plenty to celebrate this season with a Sprint Cup-best three victories and seven top-10 finishes in 11 events.
A friend of Tammy Jo Parker testified Wednesday that he was intimate with the 44-year-old while she was married to Brett Parker.
Indianapolis is gearing up for Memorial Day weekend. As always, 2013 is packed with family-friendly events.
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Kasey Kahne's open-wheel background makes him an ideal candidate for the NASCAR/IndyCar double.
When a 54-member voting panel met today in a closed session it was to be decided who will become a member of the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2014.
Asheville native Jack Ingram, the winner of five NASCAR national championships during a career than spanned six decades, was inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame Wednesday.
Here are the top stories for Wednesday, May 22, 2013: 1. Jodi Arias pleads with jurors for a life sentence.
For the first time ever, Indianapolis Motor Speedway will be offering a digital edition of the Indy 500 program.
AJ Allmendinger and Legge have known each other for more than a decade, dating to their early days in open-wheel racing.
Considering the amazing success that the Indianapolis Colts have enjoyed over the last 15 years or so, it is sometimes hard to recall that this city has only had a pro football franchise for around three decades.
By winning earlier this month at Talladega, Ala., David Ragan is the only driver to complete the most difficult step toward winning one of two wild card entries into the Chase for the Championship.
K. Busch 1-24; L. Cassill 25; J. Clements 26; K. Busch 27-51; H. K. Busch 1-24; L. Cassill 25; J. Clements 26; K. Busch 27-51; H. Martin 52; T. Raines 53; K. Kahne 54; M. Kenseth 55-81; K. Busch 82-121; J. Logano 122-129; K. Busch 130-147. There have been 62 Nationwide races at Charlotte.
By David Green Tribune-Courier Sports email@example.com It's only a miniature dirt oval at a county fairground, but to Calvert City driver Kyle Clark, it's Daytona International Speedway.