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LONDON: The Racing Journal

Gary London

He was flamboyant, enthusiastic and he really cared about racing. That was Paul Kuhl, who died last week at age 87. He lead Flemington Speedway, located within the Flemington Fairgrounds in New Jersey, to national notoriety.

LONDON: The Racing Journal

Gary London

Auto racing and baseball have parallel seasons. About the only common ground they have had is that many race tracks lie on former baseball fields.

LONDON: The Racing Journal

Gary London

NASCAR continues to chase people away. On Thursday night at Kentucky Speedway, Kyle Busch dominated the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event.

LONDON: The Racing Journal

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The insanity continues.

LONDON: The Racing Journal

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This year’s Indy 500 will be the first in more than 60 years without A.J. Watson

LONDON: The Racing Journal

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A few years ago, we made a suggestion that NASCAR run some satellite races as part of the Sprint Cup circuit. Over the years a few of my ideas have been implemented. We didn’t expect this one to draw attention, but now it has popped up again in some circles.

LONDON: The Racing Journal

Gary London

The Daytona 500 has been NASCAR’s blue-chip event since its first running at Daytona Int’l Speedway in 1959.

LONDON: The Racing Journal

Gary London

A.J. Foyt celebrated his 79th birthday the other day. I wonder if he has mellowed? Go ahead, you ask him.

LONDON: The Racing Journal

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Auto racing lost one of its biggest icons with the passing of Andy Granatelli Dec. 29 at age 90.

LONDON: The Racing Journal

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A couple of dominant topics in racing were in the news this week

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