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Saturday's death of "Fast and the Furious" star Paul Walker should serve as a reminder that excessive speed and racing belong on the racetrack, not on public roads.
As a child, Derek Pernesiglio sat in the stands at Islip Speedway in Long Island with his family, watching the races and dreaming of being part of the sport. Now as an adult, fans all over the country recognize him as the voice of NASCAR's K&N Pro Series.
Are race drivers athletes? Is Donovan McNabb woefully ignorant?
Spaniard Marc Marquez won the MotoGP championship Sunday before his home crowd with his podium finish in the Grand Prix of Valencia, his 16th podium finish of the season.
Regional short tracks have crowned their 2013 track champions, and most notable among them is Lee Pulliam.
World-class racing organizations have traveling safety teams for the protection of its competitors; when will NASCAR join their ranks?
There are probably as many answers to the question of what makes a good race as there are fans in the stands.
Sebastian Vettel is on his way to making Formula One history.
Some are calling Sunday's Virginia is for Racing Lovers 300 NASCAR Late Model Stock Car race at Martinsville Speedway the best NASCAR Late Model race there's ever been.
Izod has been the title sponsor of the IndyCar Series since 2010, but last Friday announced that it will abandon the series after the 2013 season, one year shy of its original agreement to remain until the end of 2014.
Even as Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Matt Kenseth and Kyle Busch were making history at New Hampshire as the first teammates to have consecutive one-two finishes in NASCAR's Chase, most of the talk in the garage area centered on Michael Waltrip Racing (MWR) and the continual fallout following the Richmond race three weeks ago.
Prior to the first race of the 2013 Chase, NASCAR made some changes and implemented new policies.
There's little doubt Clint Bowyer spun his car on purpose in the late stages of Saturday night's Sprint Cup race at Richmond.
It seems that NASCAR car owner Richard Childress is suffering some memory loss in his senior years.
IndyCar Race Director Beaux Barfield must have thought it was Halloween on Sunday, because he was handing out drive-through penalties at Sonoma like candy.
It was announced prior to Sunday's MotoGP race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway that the event will return to the facility, at least in 2014.
We've known for some months that the SPEED Channel was going away this Saturday to make room for Fox Sports 1.
Regional racing lost a legend on Sunday when Sprint Car racer Kramer Williamson died as a result of injuries sustained Saturday night at Pennsylvania's Lincoln Speedway.
This year's running of the Brickyard 400 was a great race for Ryan Newman and an interesting race for fans.
Does NASCAR really care, or are the recently announced officiating changes simply a way to stop the sport from hemorrhaging fans?
Brian Vickers never gives up, and his Sprint Cup win at New Hampshire proves that it pays not to give up.
Pocono International Raceway was -- literally -- made for IndyCar racing.
Jorge Lorenzo is the epitome of a racer: He's brave, he's determined, he's skilled and pain doesn't keep him from competition.
Hampton should be a model for the rest of the country; the Virginia city knows how much a successful short track means to its community.
Auto racing safety has come a long way in the past decade, but the death of Jason Leffler proves the sport still has a long way to go.
Jimmie Johnson dominated the 400-mile NASCAR Cup race at Pennsylvania's Pocono Raceway, leading 128 of 160 laps for his third win of the season.
Five-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson usually doesn't shoot himself in the foot, but he certainly cost himself the win last weekend at Dover, Del.
Strange things happen at racetracks, but none as strange as what happened during the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Dick Trickle was a legend on America's short tracks.
Racers on the racetrack should determine who wins and who loses in motorsports, not officials making judgment calls.