The rain held off and 85,000 race fans were treated to an exciting race today at Watkins Glen International.
The NASCAR Nationwide Series will be a major part of the big racing weekend at the Phoenix International Raceway with Saturday's running of the Wypall 200.
If you were looking for tight pack racing, Pocono was not it. However, if you wanted to see variations of the old Wide World of Sports “agony of defeat” scenario, that it had.
After a weekend of turning left and right at the road courses at Sonoma and Road America, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and NASCAR Nationwide Series, joined by their NASCAR Camping World Truck Series counterparts, head back east to the 1.5 mile Kentucky Speedway for the second tripleheader of the season. This time around all three races will be under the lights of this oval that is a relative newcomer to the schedule, having only hosted all three series for the past two years. Sprint Cup Series - Quaker State 400
Jack Roush said last week that he was "surprised" that Matt Kenseth would not be returning to Roush Fenway Racing in 2013, but was he really?
At first his story sounds familiar. For as long as he can remember, all he has ever wanted to do is race. But it’s the differences in his story that make you sit up and pay attention. His journey has been littered with roadblocks and detours.
In February 2011, Ryan Reed was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes and was told that he would never be able to race again. However, after getting in contact with a doctor through IndyCar driver Charlie Kimball, he was told that it was possible.
This weekend marks a homecoming for one of Verizon IndyCar's stars as James Hinchcliffe returns to the track that kicked started hsi career and love of racing, only located approximately a half hour from his hometown of Oakville, Ontario.