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Wimmer’s Luck, Prunty’s Slinger Heartbreak

Chris Wimmer (52) chases Matt Kenseth (8) as they race under a lapped car during Tuesday's Slinger Nationals at Slinger Super Speedway. (Doug Hornickel Photo)

With the race seemingly out of reach, Chris Wimmer was settling for second. However, he had a different problem on his hands.

Best Of: Jack Roush Quotes

Jack Roush in 2013. (NASCAR Photo)

Over the course of his racing career, Jack Roush has won hundreds of races and been involved in just as many post-race press conferences. Here is a list of what some of his most memorable quotes as selected by Ford Racing.

DayLube Improves Performance

Richard Lynch

If one would have told Richard Lynch of Prankster Racing Products a year ago that he could shave off two-tenths of a second by using Dayton Progress’ DayLube grease, he wouldn’t have believed it


Hidden Gems

Big names like Brad Keselowski, Marc Marquez and Kerry Madsen had impressive weeks on track, but so did other drivers from across the country. Here are five racers who made their mark in fine style.

SPEED SPORT Power Rankings

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Marc Marquez made it nine-for-nine in MotoGP competition over the weekend, but was it enough to hold off impressive performances by drivers like Antron Brown, Ken Roczen and Darrell Lanigan to keep first in SPEED SPORT’s Power Rankings?

SPEED SPORT Top Performers

SPEED SPORT Top Performers

Another blistering week of racing across the United States saw a handful of drivers rise to the occasion and put together impressive performances. Who are this week’s SPEED SPORT Top Performers?

Emily Packard Races Into History Books

Emily Packard celebrates her first Devil's Bowl Speedway late model victory Saturday night. (MemorEvents Photo)

History was made on Friday night, as Emily Packard found her way to victory lane at Devil’s Bowl Speedway, becoming the first female and youngest driver to win a NASCAR Whelen All-American Series event in the late model division.

Lauda Enjoys NASCAR Whelen Euro Series

Mathias Lauda has taken a liking to NASCAR's Whelen Euro Series in his first season. (Stephane Azemard/NASCAR photo)

Former GP2, DTM and GT1 driver Mathias Lauda, the son of three-time Formula 1 World Champion Niki Lauda, is currently in his first season in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series, where he drives the No. 66 DF1 Racing by B66 Chevrolet SS in the ELITE 1 division.


Hidden Gems

Daryn Pittman, Christopher Bell, Ken Roczen and Juan Pablo Montoya were among the racers enjoying big weekends in the national spotlight, but they weren’t the only ones who enjoyed a winning Fourth of July holiday.

SPEED SPORT Power Rankings

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Racing didn’t take the 4th of July weekend off, but did anyone gain enough ground to overtake MotoGP king Marc Marquez for the No. 1 position in the SPEED SPORT Power Rankings?


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