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Retired Lt. Col. Oliver North will receive the Stonewall Jackson Award presented annually by Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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NASCAR's Michael Waltrip hopes to bring attention to the needs of those affected by the Oklahoma tornadoes at the Coca-Cola 600 this weekend.
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NEAR the conclusion of our meeting with IndyCar drivers Scott Dixon and Ryan Briscoe Monday, I said, smiling, "We can't let a media session go by without a Danica question." You'd have thought someone had dialed back the room temperature 30 degrees at XFINITY Live! Talk about a frosty reaction .
So needless to say, at 13th in the Sprint Cup standings, the Roush Fenway Racing driver isn't all that happy.
Past champion Dale Jarrett joined father Ned in the hall and master mechanic Maurice "Chief" Petty became the fourth member of one of NASCAR's most successful families to be honored.
Past champion Dale Jarrett joined father Ned in the hall and master mechanic Maurice "Chief" Petty became the fourth member of one of NASCAR's most successful families to be honoured.
Danica Patrick refuses to get down on herself even though her first full season on the Sprint Cup series has been a struggle.
They have famous family names, have reached Victory Lane and seem to enjoy playing up their growing rivalry.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. finished 12th in the season-opening Daytona 500, a result that would come to define his consistent rookie season.
San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh will drive the pace car in the 97th running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday.
In a community used to experiencing tornadoes, many in Moore, Oklahoma are in a state of shock.
Kraig Kinser stole the show at Orange County Fair Speedway en route to his first World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series feature win of the season.
Either way, the two 21-year-olds will find themselves at the same place Sunday, starting their engines for the biggest race in the IndyCar Series.
Considering the brands we work for, we are constantly hearing about Mustangs capable of ridiculous amounts of power.
Charlotte Motor Speedway owner Bruton Smith said in a radio interview that Charlotte might lose one of its two spots on NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series schedule to Las Vegas.
He understands now if he has a car that can win a race, it'll tell him. And if he doesn't, he doesn't need to act like he does.
A crowd estimated at 250,000 swarmed Indianapolis Motor Speedway's grandstands, suites and infield on May 12, 1973.