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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.
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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.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Richmond International Raceway ran under perfect conditions; the weather was comfortable with no chance of rain. The race itself was exciting, especially the finish in which Kevin Harvick charged from seventh to win on a green-white-checkered finish.
The National Hot Rod Association's Four-Wide Nationals at Charlotte are always a huge success, and this year's running was no exception.
Despite the fact that race statistics seem to indicate otherwise, many fans complain that NASCAR racing today simply isn't as good as it once was.
Jimmie Johnson may have dominated the action on the paperclip-shaped Martinsville Speedway, but the short track did not disappoint.
With a teammate like three-time World Driving Champion Sebastian Vettel, who needs enemies?
NASCAR needed a good controversy, and that's just what it got following the Sprint Cup race in Fontana, Calif.
BERRYVILLE -- At various promotional events, Alex Ratcliffe and his King Rat Motorsports team will dress up like royalty. Part of the team merchandise includes T-shirts. The lettering on the back of the T-shirts says "It's good to be the King."