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Briscoe’s Whirlwind Championship Run

Chase Briscoe (right) receives the ARCA championship trophy from ARCA President Ron Drager (center). (Ivan Veldhuizen photo)

All Chase Briscoe needed to do to secure the 2016 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards national championship was to power up onto the track at Kansas Speedway in practice

SPEED SPORT Top Performers

SPEED SPORT Top Performers

It’s time for another edition of SPEED SPORT Top Performers! Who made our weekly list of the top performers in motorsports?

MAGAZINE: America’s Team Learns The Ropes

The Haas F1 Team continues to learn the ropes during its first Formula One season. (Haas F1 Photo)

The inaugural season for the new Haas F1 Team — the first U.S. Formula One effort in 30 years — is winding down, but not before the squad pays a visit to Austin, Texas, for its home grand prix.

MAGAZINE: Re-Inventing The Steering Wheel

Max Papis (left) chats with two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Juan Pablo Montoya. (IndyCar Photo)

In order to drive a race car there are several important components a driver needs, but none is more important than the steering wheel.

With Bourdais, Coyne Sheds Underdog Label

Sebastien Bourdais, who will rejoin Dale Coyne Racing this offseason, is shown with one of the team's cars in 2011. (IndyCar photo)

With the return of four-time Champ Car Series champion Sebastien Bourdais along with two top racing engineers that have experienced success, Dale Coyne Racing is ready to shed its “underdog” label

SPEED SPORT Photo Of The Week

Toshihiro Arai's Red Bull Global Rallycross entry catches fire during competition on Saturday in Los Angeles, Calif. (Rob Hargraves Photo)

It’s time once again to recognize one of our great photography contributors by selecting the SPEED SPORT Photo of the Week.

SPEED SPORT Power Rankings

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It’s a new week, which means its time for another edition of the SPEED SPORT Power Rankings! Who sits atop our rankings this week?

Torn From The Headlines: Oct. 13, 1971

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Jan Opperman, winner of the Nationals at Knoxville, Iowa, is back on top of the sprint car world after winning the tragedy-marred Western U.S. Championships at Manzanita Speedway.

SPEED SPORT Top Performers

SPEED SPORT Top Performers

We’re back with another edition of SPEED SPORT Top Performers! Which five drivers have earned a place on our weekly list?

MAGAZINE: Shop Hand To NASCAR Legend

Neil Bonnett was once a shop hand, but evolved into a NASCAR legend.

Neil Bonnett broke into NASCAR’s premier series though a Cup Series ride with Charlie Roberts at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway in 1974.


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