The Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix, the Indy 500 and lastly the Coca-Cola 600 all in one glorious day of racing.
Friday marked a big night for SPEED. It was their very first official broadcast of a NASCAR Nationwide Series race.
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The IndyCar folks stole a page from NASCAR’s playbook, seeing how popular our double-file restarts are and adopting a similar strategy to their series for 2011.
Southern California has contributed to NASCAR quite admirably. Most notable of late, the area has given the sport five-time Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson.
Q: Are the front clips of [NASCAR] Cup cars all the same, with different decals? Do you know of a website that shows them side by side?
Phoenix will begin a repaving process this week, which includes changes to the banking and the dogleg on the backstretch. But are these changes necessary?
IndyCar is proposing a $5 million bonus to any non-IndyCar regular driver who wins the IZOD IndyCar World Championships race at Las Vegas.
On one of the sites I frequent each day, somebody posted a photo of Smokey Yunick’s “sidecar” that he showed up with at Indianapolis in the ’60s.
Anyone who attended the Indianapolis 500 from 1946 through 2006 was able to listen to the dulcet tones of Tom Carnegie on the public address system.
Ray Evernham, who worked part-time as an analyst in the broadcast booth and on NASCAR Now, has left the network to take a job with Hendrick Motorsports.
The real elite owner in racing isn’t named Hendrick or Roush or Gibbs, or even Penske. It’s Chip Ganassi.