Category archives for: Opinion

KING: Coming In Clutch

Alanis King Mug

As Red Bull Global Rallycross makes its way to Detroit, Mich., for the second of four doubleheaders this season, teams face the challenge of preparing for yet another set of back-to-back points-paying races.

HEDGER: The Long Look


Racers are, by nature, extremely competitive. No matter what division they compete in or whether they tour or concentrate on a hometown speedway, they want the fastest and neatest car, the newest trick component, the most impressive pit equipment and, most obviously, the biggest, shiniest tow rig.

RODDA: NorCal Notes

Ron Rodda photo

Our upper Midwest trip this year was outstanding, great weather and racing to match.

KENNEDY: California Coast


The touring Lucas Oil Modified Series presented by Loan Mart scheduled one-non-point race at Kern County Raceway Park in Bakersfield and 11 point races in 2015.

BURNS: Burning Rubber


The guys in TORC: The Off Road Championship don’t mess around. I can now say that from experience.

ZYLA: The Racing Briefcase

Greg Zyla

Sometimes, the business of motorsports is just as exciting as the on-track action. Specifically, there has never been a period I can recall where NHRA and IndyCar were more consumed in business situations and announcements that are making big news.

FENWICK: Spinning Wheels

New Adam Fenwick Mug

The incident on the final lap of the rain-delayed Coke Zero 400 that sent Austin Dillon flying into the catch fence at Daytona Int’l Speedway has gotten a ton of mainstream media attention.

KERCHNER: The Heat Race

Mike Kerchner

With the echo of fireworks still ringing in our ears, we move toward the second half of the racing season.

RODDA: NorCal Notes

Ron Rodda photo

It had been 10 years since visiting Wisconsin. That trend changed when the Cheesehead Triple Crown offered not only four races within a small footprint, but two of the tracks would be first-time visits.

BURNS: Burning Rubber


McLaren and Honda were supposed to renew a dominant Formula One partnership this year. So, what went wrong?


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