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Former NASCAR Driver Lennie Pond Dies


Lennie Pond, who won NASCAR Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year honors in 1973, passed away due to cancer-related complications on Wednesday. He was 75.

Ford School To Remain At UMC


Ford Performance Racing School has entered into a four-year agreement with Tooele County in Utah to continue operating at the race track formerly known as Miller Motorsports Park

FuelTix Renews With [email protected]


FuelTix, a brand of Diamond Ticketing Systems, the new standard in Internet and POS ticketing solutions for short tracks, will sponsor upcoming the [email protected] Workshop, Feb. 14-16, 2016.

ASA Founder Rex Robbins Dies

ASA Founder Rex Robbins Dies

Rex Robbins, veteran promoter and founder of the American Speed Ass’n, died Sunday after a lengthy illness.

Sheheen To Speak At RPM Workshop

Sheheen, Ralph

Motorsports commentator and SPEED SPORT co-owner Ralph Sheheen will be featured speaker Tuesday morning, Feb. 16, at the RPM @ Daytona Promoters Workshop.

RPM Confirms Promoter Of The Year Nominees


The nominees for Racing Promotion Monthly’s Auto Racing Promoter of the Year have been announced, four of which are repeat nominees.

Roush Yates & SRI Reach Distribution Deal


Roush Yates Performance Products announced Thursday that it has reached an agreement with SRI Performance in which SRI will now own, operate and manage the performance parts distribution business previously owned and operated by Roush Yates Performance Products.

Goodguys Founder Meadors Dies At 75

Goodguys Founder Meadors Dies At 75

Gary Meadors, the founder and chairman of Goodguys Rod and Custom Ass’n, passed away Sunday at his home in Arizona. He was 75.

Simpson Performance Acquires Stilo

Simpson Performance Products

Simpson Performance Products Inc. has acquired Stilo S.r.l. (“Stilo”), an Italian auto racing helmet manufacturer.

Former K&N Champ Dane, 90, Passes Away

Lloyd Dane, NASCAR's first three-time champion on the West Coast, has passed away at 90. (NASCAR photo)

Lloyd Dane, NASCAR’s first three-time champion on the West Coast, has passed away. He was 90.


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