In my next interview, I had the honor of speaking with Brian Keselowski. Brian is the older brother of fellow NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski. He is a past winner in the ARCA Racing Series and is a competitor in the NASCAR Nationwide Series driving the no. 92 Chevrolet Impala for K-Automotive Motorsports. Here is my interview with Brian.
If you look at Matt Crafton's season so far, you could say that he has had a great season to date. After all, he has finished in the top 10 each week with a win at Kansas and currently leads the points, 39 points ahead of second.
Following a solid rookie campaign with BHA/BBM with Curb-Agajanian, Jack Hawksworth made the decision to move to A.J. Foyt Racing as AFR expands to a two-car operation in 2015.
Last season, Helio Castroneves had a great Verizon IndyCar Series season that saw him finish second in points with a win and six podiums.
How would you like the opportunity to do something you love, while doing something to help other people? That is exactly what Donovan Price is doing. For his 2013 racing season, he will be racing in the Legends series across Ontario while raising money for breast cancer awareness.
At the Short Track Night of Champions as part of the Motorama Custom Car and Motorsports Show, Andrew Gresel would be honored with the top spot in the Inside Track Motorsports News/London Recreational Racing Short Track Power Rankings.
When the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to action next weekend at Martinsville Speedway, there will be 36 drivers set on picking up a victory in the second race of the season. One of those will be Jeb Burton, who will be driving the No. 13 for ThorSport Racing.
When Sheldon Creed took the streets of Toronto last year, the young driver shocked many fans in his ability to handle the 600-horsepower truck while only being able 16 years old. Though he didn't just handle it well - Creed took home the victory in the second of the two races that they ran on the 11-turn temporary street course last year.
Heading into the Honda Indy Toronto, Josef Newgarden was confident in his team and predicted a solid run at the end of the weekend. However that didn't happen as Newgarden finished 20th and 13th in the pair of races.
Following a season filled with speed, potential and bad luck, Graham Rahal is excited to get back after it this year in search of success.