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2016 Speedway Directory Now Available


The highly anticipated source for race tracks is on shelves in July. The 2016 National Speedway Directory lists more than 1,300 auto-racing facilities

Bader Forms Motorsports Marketing Company


Bill Bader Jr., president of Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio, is launching a new motorsports marketing company, Energize, LLC.

Edsel Ford II Arrested, But Won’t Be Charged

Edsel Ford II (center), seen here celebrating the Ford GT's victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, was arrested this morning at his home in Michigan. (Ford Photo)

Edsel Ford II, a member of the Ford Motor Co. board of directors, was arrested at his home in Grosse Point Farms, Mich., late Monday evening for an alleged domestic violence incident with his wife.

Skinner Impresses During Goodwood Festival

Mike Skinner was the winner of the NASCAR class during the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Mike Skinner drove his No. 5 Cessna Toyota Tundra to victory in the NASCAR class at the 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed on Sunday afternoon.

MSHFA Induction Ceremony Wednesday


A monumental week for the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America is on tap, highlighted by Wednesday night’s 28th annual MSHFA Induction Ceremony Presented by Bridgestone at The Shores Resort & Spa.

Chris Wheeler Joins Bell Racing USA Staff


Bell Racing USA has hired two experienced new employees to serve as the director of motorsports and custom service manager.

1Motorsport Signs 200th Member Site

1Motorsport Signs 200th Member Site

1Motorsport recently signed its 200th member to join its network of auto racing websites.

McHale & Layton Receive Chapman Award

From left to right Jim Chapman Award committee chairman Michael Knight, winners T.E. McHale and Dan Layton, and Paul Page at IMS Friday. (Dan Boyd photo)

T.E. McHale and Dan Layton, who represent Honda in its diverse auto racing programs, including teams using Honda engines in Sunday’s 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, were announced winners of the 2016 Jim Chapman Award for excellence in motorsports public relations on Friday morning.

Photographer Bob Sheldon, 87

Bob Sheldon

Former auto racing photographer and long-time racing historian, Bob Sheldon, 87, passed away on May 4. A longtime resident of Burnham, Ill., Sheldon was an active racing photographer from 1947 to about 1959

Stock Car Legend Don White Dies At 89

Don White poses next to his Ray Nichels-prepared Dodge in 1966. (Stan Kalwasinski Collection Photo)

Don White, a two-time champion of the USAC Stock Car Series, died Friday evening at his home in Keokuk, Iowa. He was 87 years old.


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