Author Archive
Stories written by Gary_London

LONDON: The Racing Journal

Gary London

NASCAR’s recent Hall of Fame induction ceremony was respectfully done with everybody saying the right things. I continue to be bothered by the fact that many pioneering people will never get the chance to make the Hall of Fame

LONDON: The Racing Journal

Gary London

Jim Rathmann, who passed away at age 83 last week, left behind a great legacy, even though he won just seven Indy car races. He was arguably one of the best drivers of the roadster era

LONDON: The Racing Journal

Gary London

Tony Stewart sure “Smoked ’em,” as he won his third NASCAR Sprint Cup title in very convincing style

LONDON: The Racing Journal

Gary London

There’s plenty of dialog concerning the tragic death of Dan Wheldon in Las Vegas on Sunday

Highway Accident Claims 7-Year-Old Racer

Highway Accident Claims 7-Year-Old Racer

Jason Trinca, age 7 and his mother, Geri, 30 of Eastport, were fatally injured October eighth at an intersection in Manorville

LONDON: The Racing Journal

Gary London

It’s a shame that so many great drivers of the past have been grossly forgotten. Mainly because of safety issues, or rather the lack of it, careers were far shorter years ago

LONDON: The Racing Journal

Gary London

I don’t take a lot of things seriously but the events of 10 years ago makes one pause and reflect. This was the worst tragedy in the 235-year history of this country, which had always lived in peace

LONDON: The Racing Journal

Gary London

Hurricane Irene gave us time to take stock of our lives and what we have. It has been a wild week. A week ago Monday, sitting here at this computer, I felt my house shake. Often a passing truck causes this and it lasts a couple of seconds. Then my house swayed for 45 seconds. I realized what it was

LONDON: The Racing Journal

Gary London

The Brickyard 400 continued the trend of no side-by-side NASCAR racing, but at least it got a little interesting near the finish

LONDON: The Racing Journal

Gary London

After years of disputes, lawsuits, ownership changes, Kentucky Speedway finally got its long overdue Sprint Cup race. It was much ado about nothing

FREE DAILY NEWSLETTER

Join our mailing list to receive the Daily News Update, Special Offers from NSSN or our trusted partners, or BOTH! You can opt-out anytime and we promise not to spam you!
Email:

Please Support NSSN’s Sponsors




Follow NSSN On Facebook!