The Hoosier State capital was filled with Indianapolis 500 mania, magnified by the 100th running of the Memorial Day weekend classic. But as the sun set that Friday of the Midwest’s most magical weekend, Matt Hines was feverishly working to finish a flat-track racing motorcycle.
Peter Clifford can’t help it. At every turn he finds himself saying “huge opportunity.”
Buoyed by the emergence of its new president, Peter Clifford, and the dawn of a multi-year live-coverage deal with FOX, the National Hot Rod Ass’n began modeling a newer, hipper style geared at attracting a fresh and younger audience.
Bob Lang, the National Hot Rod Association’s director of emergency services, pulls no punches when it comes to safety in drag racing…
Gary Scelzi eventually gave up drag racing in 2008 to help run his family’s truck manufacturing business. Today, his emotions are invested in his sons’ racing careers…
Bill Bader Jr. is expected to announce formally later this week that his Summit Motorsports Park at Norwalk, Ohio, will restore “The Shakedown,” the heads-up outlaw-style door-slammer drag race that for a decade brought international attention to Old Bridge Township Raceway Park at Englishtown, N.J.
Canadian Pro Modified driver Eric Latino surprised himself Sunday by earning the biggest paycheck at the SPEEDTECH Shakedown Nationals at Englishtown, N.J.’s Old Bridge Township Raceway Park.
National Hot Rod Ass’n racer Bob Tasca III had hoped to be able to bring a special-edition pewter “Wally” trophy with him to Florida this week
In qualifying No. 1 in the Funny Car lineup for the SummitRacing.com Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, John Force spoke last Saturday like a caretaker. He sounded like a mere steward of a powerful race car and a powerful empire, not like the one responsible for all of its success
Kurt Busch, NASCAR’s 2004 champion and current point leader, probably could afford to purchase a Picasso or Renoir original painting.
Mar 17 2011 | Posted in Columns
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