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When most fans are asked what first attracted them to racing, the answer is usually, "Speed." Speed comes from horsepower, and nothing celebrates pure horsepower more than NHRA drag racing.
The Race Team Alliance (RTA) is the biggest news in NASCAR in years; hopefully in the future it won't be seen as the beginning of the end.
Aric Almirola finally got a win in NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series.
The term "outlaw" is used a lot in racing.
It seems the "youth movement" is everywhere in racing, and nearly every local track or regional series has a "development driver" or two among the competitors.
Former Formula One champion Michael Schumacher has been a subject of concern in the motorsports world since he suffered major head injuries in a skiing accident in December.
The Mercedes Formula One Team appeared unbeatable in 2014, winning the first six races with one-two finishes in five. But the Canadian Grand Prix proved that there is a chink in Mercedes' armor.
Jimmie Johnson became the first person since Dale Earnhardt Sr. to win the 600-mile race at Charlotte and follow it up with a win at Dover, but there were only about 60,000 people in the stands watching.
Memorial Day has come and gone, and it feels like racing's biggest weekend of the year is over too soon.
The biggest weekend in motorsports is upon us, and it is always full of stories and sidebars worth reporting.
Jeff Gordon and Danica Patrick were the big stories following the 400-mile NASCAR Sprint Cup race last weekend at the 1.5-mile Kansas Speedway.
If you're a race fan and you're hunting excitement now that the weather is nice, local racing is in season.
The NASCAR Cup race at Richmond was another competitive event in what is turning out to be an exciting season of racing, but the video that got the most post-race views involved the fight between Marcos Ambrose and Casey Mears.
There is no disputing the fact that Mario Andretti won the 1969 Indy 500.
The Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Mid-Atlantic Road Racing Series (MARRS) opened its season of racing at Summit Point (W.Va.) Motorsports Park last weekend.
Mario Andretti is a national treasure, and anytime you're lucky enough to speak with the most famous race driver in the world you walk away with true gold.
It appears that Kurt Busch's comeback is complete now that he broke his 83-race winless streak and grabbed the victory at Martinsville.
Ever since Jeff Gordon appeared on the racing scene in the early 1990s, the race has been on to get young drivers behind the wheel at a young age.
Mercedes came out on top in the Formula One season-opener as Nico Rosberg dominated the Australian Grand Prix.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is having the best start of a racing season he's had in his entire career; will it be enough to save NASCAR?
Danica Patrick, driver of the No. 10 GoDaddy Chevrolet SS for Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), is not having the 2014 her fans hoped she would have.
Even a long rain delay doesn't take away from the shine of the 2014 Daytona 500.
NASCAR couldn't have scripted it better; the number made famous by the late Dale Earnhardt returns to competition and sits on the pole for the Daytona 500.
Racing season is here, and nobody looks forward to getting started more than the local dirt tracks.
A couple weeks ago I wrote about the rumored changes to the NASCAR Chase; as it turns out, the truth is worse than the rumor.
The 2014 running of the Rolex 24 endurance sports car race at Daytona proved to be a nice debut for the new TUDOR ports Car Challenge Series.
NASCAR is considering changes to the Sprint Cup Chase format that will make the sport unrecognizable and turn the championship into a single-day crapshoot.
Race drivers should be allowed to drive their cars without interference from officials watching on TV monitors or sitting in a comfortable control tower.
It was announced this week that driver Chase Elliott will compete full time in the NASCAR Nationwide Series for JR Motorsports starting in 2014, and do so with NAPA Auto Parts as his full-season primary sponsor.
The NASCAR K&N Pro Series is one of the sanctions steps toward the big time, and it's been announced that the development series will return to Richmond International Raceway for the third consecutive year in 2014.