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Brittany Force Still Making Strides

Brittany Force is still making strides in her second year of NHRA Top Fuel competition. (NHRA Photo)

After a successful rookie season ended with a flourish, Top Fuel driver Brittany Force appears to have taken the next step in 2014.

Has IndyCar Found The Right Connection?

Verizon’s announcement ensures a marketing and promotional partner for the series without any lag for IndyCar. (IndyCar Photo)

After its previous sponsor was not the right fit, IndyCar Series officials are confident it has the right connection with Verizon.

Verizon Named New IndyCar Title Sponsor

New Title Sponsor For IndyCar

IndyCar announced today a multi-year entitlement agreement with Verizon that will see North America’s premier open-wheel racing championship become the Verizon IndyCar Series.

FansChoiceTV Provides New Viewing Option

FansChoice.tv will provide life streaming coverage of events sanctioned by NASCAR, IMSA and the AMA.

Race fans around the country have another way to watch racing from the comfort of their own homes.

New Qualifying Format For Indy 500

There will be a new qualifying format for the 2014 Indianapolis 500. (IMS Photo)

IndyCar has announced a new qualifying format to set the 33-car starting lineup for the 98th running of the Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

It’s Official: Busch Will Attempt Indy 500

Kurt Busch, seen here last year at the Andretti Autosport shop, will attempt to become just the fourth driver to complete the Indianapolis 500/Coca-Cola 600 double this year.

It has been more than a decade since it was last completed, but this May former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kurt Busch will endeavor to become only the fourth driver in history to contest the “Double” – competing in IndyCar’s historic Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600 in the same day.

Earnhardt Is A Daytona 500 Winner Again!

Dale Earnhardt Jr. celebrates after winning the 56th Daytona 500. (NASCAR Photo)

In NASCAR’s version of “The Longest Day” Dale Earnhardt Jr. was able to reward the large group of fans that endured a rain delay of more than six and a half hours to win Sunday night’s 56th Daytona 500 in a race that ended at 11:20 p.m. Eastern Time.

Earnhardt Hoping For Return To Past Glory

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is hoping to reclaim his past glory on restrictor plate tracks during Sunday's Daytona 500. (HHP/Christa L. Thomas Photo)

It’s been 10 years ago since Dale Earnhardt, Jr. scored the signature victory of his career in the 2004 Daytona 500.

New Team, New Challenges For Harvick

Kevin Harvick's hoping for a fresh start at Stewart Haas Racing in 2014. (HHP/Tom Copeland Photo)

Kevin Harvick has always been a driver with a fierce attitude and determination. He isn’t afraid to show that on the race track that makes him a perfect fit for his new team owner, Tony Stewart.

Duel Sweep Makes JGR The Favorites

Matt Kenseth (left) and Denny Hamlin (right) swept the Budweiser Duels for Joe Gibbs Racing on Thursday. (NASCAR & HHP/Harold Hinson Photos)

After sweeping both races in Thursday night’s Budweiser Duel at Daytona 150-mile qualifying races Joe Gibbs Racing has placed themselves as the team to beat in Sunday’s 56th Daytona 500.

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