Category archives for: Opinion

OURSLER: The Rambling Road

Bill Oursler

Perhaps nowhere are visionaries more important than in motorsports and perhaps the most important of them for North American sports car racing was John Bishop, a refugee from the aircraft industry who became head of the Sports Car Club of America during the late 1950s

BURNS: Around The Track


They say that dirt is for racing, and asphalt is for getting there.

KENNEDY: California Coast


We encountered 1978 CRA sprint car champion Rick Goudy and his brother-in-law Rich Cordsen, who now lives in Illinois and has been married to Rick’s sister, Bonnie, for decades

FENWICK: Spinning Wheels

New Adam Fenwick Mug

Here are our thoughts, comments and observations following a busy weekend of racing.

HEDGER: The Long Look


How good is Stewart Friesen?

KERCHNER: The Heat Race

Mike Kerchner

The Memorial Day weekend is in the books and the summer grind is ready to begin. Here’s some of what we are thinking about as the calendar gets ready to turn to June.

CONWAY: Ready For Detroit Return

Mike Conway

I’m really happy to be back in the race car this week and in Detroit for the Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit doubleheader. It’s fun returning as a defending champion of an event.

BURNS: Around The Track


The neon yellow number made the difference.

FENWICK: Spinning Wheels

New Adam Fenwick Mug

As the calendar turns to June, it is officially racing season throughout the United States. Short tracks all over the country have kicked off the dust and rust from several months off and the sounds of roaring engines and screaming fans are familiar at speedways from coast to coast.

LONDON: The Racing Journal


This year’s Indy 500 will be the first in more than 60 years without A.J. Watson


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