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Remembering Wisconsin’s Jim Sauter Sr.

Jim Sauter Sr. in 1982.

Without Jim Sauter Sr., one of the most iconic races in NASCAR history may not have happened.

James Hinchcliffe Gets Back On Track

James Hinchcliffe made his first laps on Monday at Road America since being injured in a practice crash at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in May. (Nicholas Dettmann Photo)

It was not by accident James Hinchcliffe was the first car out in Monday morning’s Verizon IndyCar Series test session at Road America.

Schmidt’s IRA Title Fight Down To The Wire

Blake Nimee (79) races under Ben Schmidt during Saturday's Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint Series event at Wilmot Raceway. (Mark Funderburk Photo)

When you’re chasing a championship, a driver expects to have a few bouts with bad luck, whether it’s mechanical issues or crashes.

IndyCar Drivers Test At Road America

Will Power was one of the IndyCar drivers to test at Road America. (Nick Dettman photo)

Quickly, the drivers of the Verizon IndyCar Series got a reminder of what having Road America back on the schedule for 2016 is like after Tuesday’s test session.

Goldesberry Takes Semmelmann Memorial

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The final step on the grieving path might’ve been taken Saturday night at Beaver Dam Raceway.

Menard Corrals A Victory In His Home State

Paul Menard won Saturday's Road America 180 in his home state of Wisconsin. (HHP/Gregg Ellman photo)

Paul Menard may not win a lot of races, but he knows how to put on a show for the fans in his home state of Wisconsin.

Road America Expands Its Racing Portfolio

Dylan Kwasniewski (42) leads the NASCAR Nationwide Series field at the start of Saturday's event at Road America. (NASCAR Photo)

It wasn’t that Road America President and General Manager George Bruggenthies wasn’t listening to the fans of open-wheel racing in the upper Midwest.

Prunty Dominates Slinger Nationals

Dennis Prunty claimed the Slinger Nationals. (Doug Hornickel photo)

Dennis Prunty is glad he didn’t have to wait long to turn Slinger Nationals heartbreak into celebration.

Recovering Hinchcliffe Remains Upbeat

James Hinchcliffe meets the media Saturday at The Milwaukee Mile (Al Steinberg photo)

In his usual upbeat spirit, Verizon IndyCar Series driver James Hinchcliffe has tried to do just that — stay upbeat

Chevrolet Joins Forces With Daytona Rising

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International Speedway Corporation and Chevrolet announced on Wednesday a multi-year partnership that will make Chevrolet a Founding Partner at Daytona Int’l Speedway as part of its Daytona Rising redevelopment project.


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