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Kalamazoo’s Howes Earn 39th ARPY Honor

Gary and Donna Howe of Kalamazoo (Mich.) Speedway were named as the 39th Auto Racing Promoters of the Year. (ARPY photo)

Gary and Donna Howe, promoters of Kalamazoo (Mich.) Speedway, were revealed by guest presenter Ken Squier as the 39th Auto Racing Promoters of the Year in ceremonies at the Hilton Daytona Beach.

CRC Sponsors Rallye For Women

Jessi Combs and Nicole Pitell-Vaughan will compete in the 25th Annual Rallye des Gazelles in Morocco, Africa.

CRC Industries has joined forces with TOTAL CHAOS FABRICATION Inc., a performance off-road suspension system and accessory manufacturer, to sponsor rally racers Jessi Combs and Nicole Pitell-Vaughan to compete in the 25th Annual Gazelle Rallye for women in Morocco, Africa March 25-April 2.

Watkins Glen GP Festival Gets An Upgrade

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The Grand Prix Festival of Watkins Glen presented by Chemung Canal Trust Company returns in September to the home of American road racing.

NEPA Wraps Up Successful Car Show

NEPA's second car show wrapped up over the weekend. Jim Yanoski 1965 Pontiac GTO Street Drag car won Best Appearing Car.

The second annual NEPA Race Car Show presented by B. Swartz Transport of Lehighton concluded its week-long stay inside the Laurel Mall in West Hazleton on Sunday and to say it was an unqualified success would be a huge understatement.

Monterey Reunion Reviewing Entry Requests

This is the original championship-winning Gurney Eagle Formula 5000 driven by
Tony Adamowicz in the 1969 SCCA FA- F5000/Continental Championship. An impressive number of Formula 5000 cars are expected for the 2015 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion.

Surpassing previous years’ flurry of entry requests before the deadline strikes, the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion’s Governing Committee today began the arduous task of reviewing each entry to reduce the total car count to a maximum of 550.

John Oates, Foose Bond Over Love Of Cars

John Oates and Chip Foose are both car lovers from different backgrounds. (Chris Epting photo)

Worlds collided when rock legend John Oates met auto design legend Chip Foose during Oates’ recent West Coast tour. A former semi-pro race driver himself, Oates was thrilled to meet the host of the Velocity TV series “Overhaulin’.”

AARWBA Names All-America Team

Will Power kisses his trophy after claiming his first Verizon IndyCar Series championship Saturday night at Auto Club Speedway. (Al Steinberg Photo)

The American Auto Racing Writers and Broadcasters Ass’n (AARWBA) announced its first All-America Team following the 1970 season. That annual tradition continued Monday with the team being announced for 2014′s top motorsports performers.

Flo Rida Set To Go ‘Right Round’ With Koch

Flo Rida, left, and Blake Koch will square off Monday at Homestead-Miami Speedway. (5W Public Relations photo)

Tramar Dillard is known as a Grammy Award-nominated hip-hop superstar who performs under the name “Flo Rida,” but music is just one major love in his life. He’s also got a passion for fast cars, and he wants to be as successful at racing on tracks as he is at recording them.

RK Motors Buys 1966 Le Mans Winner

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RK Motors Charlotte announced Friday it has purchased one of motorsports history’s most iconic race cars – the 1966 LeMans-winning No. 2, P/1046 GT40, the first American-built car to win endurance racing’s most prestigious competition.

VIDEO: Restoring Le Mans-Winning Ford GT40

VIDEO: Restoring Le Mans-Winning Ford GT40

Watch a video detailing the restoration process RK Motors is undertaking with the Ford GT40 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans race-winning car.

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