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Racer, Wheel Developer Clement Dies

Rich Clement at the "Milwaukee Mile" for USAC stock car competition in 1978.  (Stan Kalwasinski Photo)

Former area stock car competitor and racing wheel developer and manufacturer, Rich Clement, 78, passed away on Dec. 2.

CV Products, SRI Taking New Direction


CV Products, LLC announced today that it is moving forward with its new direction to place an increased focus on its various manufacturing businesses and the distribution of performance engine components located in Thomasville, N.C.

Sprint Car Hall of Famer Bob Trostle Dies

Bob Trostle during the 1973 Knoxville Nationals. (Chris Economaki photo)

Legendary sprint car mechanic and car owner Bob Trostle died Saturday morning. Trostle was 82.

Evolving Stock Car Market To Fuel PRI

Evolving Stock Car Market To Fuel PRI

With late model stock car racing emerging as a development ground for such young stars as Erik Jones, Chase Elliott and Christopher Bell, the sport finds itself ever-evolving.

Chris Dolack Joins SPEED SPORT Team

Chris Dolack

Turn 3 Media, LLC, publisher of SPEED SPORT Magazine, is pleased to welcome Chris Dolack to its team as director of sales and marketing.

Ferroni Receives Jim Chapman Award

Martin Truex Jr during practice at Michigan Int'l Speedway in Brooklyn, Mich. in June. (HHP/Harold Hinson photo)

David Ferroni, who has been involved in motorsports for 30 years and currently is media representative for Furniture Row Racing and driver Martin Truex Jr. in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series, was announced as winner of the 2015 Jim Chapman Award for excellence in motorsports public relations

Legendary Car Designer George Barris Dies

Legendary Car Designer George Barris Dies

George Barris, who designed some of the most iconic television cars in history, has died following a lengthy illness. He was 89.

Henry Perishes After Lernerville Crash


Driver Bill Henry died overnight at Allegany General Hospital from injuries sustained in a single-car crash during a Senior Sportsman Stock Car race on Thursday night at Lernerville Speedway.

Knoxville Legend Roy Robbins Dies

Roy Robbins Cropped

Roy Robbins, the winner of the first Knoxville Nationals at Knoxville Raceway in 1961, has died. He was 88 years old.

Zellmer To Lead Porsche North America

Klaus Zellmer

Porsche AG’s Executive Board has appointed Klaus Zellmer as the new president and chief executive officer of Porsche Cars North America, Inc. (PCNA), effective Nov. 1, 2015.


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