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Woodie Flowers will watch the teams and their robots battle Friday and Saturday at the Metropolitan Community College-Business and Technology campus.
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With confirmation Friday that Verizon has become the IndyCar Series' new title sponsor, the question is front and center: Which company hit the home run? Or was it both? IndyCar was in desperate need of a title sponsor, someone to replace Izod, which left after the 2013 campaign.
Hamlin set a track record Friday with a lap at 129.991 mph to earn the top starting spot.
Before he even cast a single actor, director Scott Waugh traveled to Detroit to meet with Ford Motor Co.
The NASCAR Nationwide Series returns to the Eastern US this weekend for Saturday's Drive to Stop Diabetes 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Briar Bauman had long been touted as one of the next big things in flat track racing.
The inaugural TUDOR United SportsCar Championship season continues this weekend with the Twelve Hours of Sebring at historic Sebring International Raceway.
The four-time Sprint Cup series champion has won races at the track "Too Tough To Tame," in March, May, August and September and is ready for Darlington's latest schedule shift when the Southern 500 takes place April 12th.
Brad Keselowski celebrates in victory lane after winning a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series auto race Sunday in Las Vegas.
Daniel Suarez has won his first three races of the season in the NASCAR N&N East Pro Series.
Kurt Busch, the first driver in 10 years to attempt the Memorial Day double of running both major auto races on the same day, thinks he could win the Indianapolis 500 and still get to Charlotte in time for the Coca-Cola 600 that night.
With Kurt Busch signed up to become the fourth driver to attempt to run both the Indianapolis 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 on the same day, many IndyCar fans have wondered why their favorite drivers never take a crack at 'The Double.'
NASCAR driver David Gilliland , from Riverside, qualifies at high speeds entering turn one at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Friday afternoon March 7, 2014 as drivers Kyle Larson and Jeff Gordon go slowly on the apron to cool their engines.
But with the season transferring from super speedways and 1.5-mile tracks to the short-track atmosphere of Bristol, it could be time for other drivers to surge to the top.
What takes three networks, 38 weeks, teamwork, multiple cross-country trips, lots of RF, fiber, microphones and plenty of computer power? The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
While wounded post 9-11 combat veterans will be at the Daytona International Speedway embedded with select AMA Pro Road Racing Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Teams, the Daytona area veteran community will be supporting the crews off the track.