o program in endurance sports car racing can claim a longevity to match Corvette Racing at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Not only is this is the program’s 20th consecutive year at Le Mans, each year has been with Chevrolet and the Corvette brand. The success has been substantial with eight class victories in 19 attempts.
It was Eckes second career ARCA Menards Series win of the season, his first since Nashville in May and the fourth career victory of his young racing career.
In hopes of getting some extra track time in preparation of Chevrolet Silverado 250 Truck Series race in August, ThorSport Racing drivers took to the track by competing in an IMSA IMPC Race this past weekend at Bowmanville.
Last week gave us an exciting ending to the race at Gateway as Ty Gibbs, grandson of Joe Gibbs, took the checkered flag in the last corner of the race. This week the ARCA Menards Series stays in the Illinois state as it heads north to Chicagoland Speedway.
Universal Technical Institute’s Mooresville campus, NASCAR Technical Institute, Partners with National Hot Rod Association...
Universal Technical Institute (UTI), the newly-named Official Technical School of NHRA, is giving students all over the country the opportunity to get an up-close look at the opportunities provided by a quality technical school education.
Taking time off is one of the hardest decisions to make, especially as a young man with a bright, gleaming future ahead of him in the sport. C.J. Faison is that very driver. On the other hand, not being a part of NASCAR does not mean the dream is over. The dream is only beginning for C.J. Faison.
In 1981, forty-year-old Joe Gibbs started his professional football head coaching career with five straight losses. A tough start for sure, but his Washington Redskins team would recover to win eight of their final eleven games and end the season at 8-8.
Car racing was developed as a sport almost as soon as the first automobiles rolled off the assembly line. At first, car racing drivers engaged in their hobby as a pastime but as the years passed, many of these racers became professionals who raced for a living.