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New Racing Facility Planned Near Phoenix

A rendering of Attesa.

Danrick Builders, based in Chandler, Ariz., has begun a review process with local officials in hopes of launching a 2,360-acre motorsports facility named “Attesa”.

Olsson To Pace Monterey Motorsports Reunion

Nigel Olsson.

Legendary musician Nigel Olsson, a driving force behind the music of superstar entertainer Elton John since the 1970s, has been named a pace car driver for the 2016 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion, featuring BMW during its 100th anniversary.

John Bickford Worked Behind The Scenes

west coast stock car hall of fame logo

A Forbes magazine article describes 2016 West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame inductee John Bickford as “unusually optimistic, diligent, observant and conscientious about details.”

Gragson & Gafforini Split Vegas Features


Noah Gragson had good reason to climb the fence again at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

Schmidt Stars At Stockton 99

Eric Schmidt (05) races under Tracy Bolin at California's Stockton 99 Speedway.

Former Stockton 99 Speedway track champion Eric Schmidt won his first Pacific Challenge Series race at the venue, claiming the 100 lap Tri-Holiday Classic on Saturday night

White Gambles And Wins In Vegas


Linny White’s Las Vegas gamble paid off at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

Raucci Jr. Ends Vegas Drought


The Rauccis will have to make more room in the family trophy case after Saturday night’s developments at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Bundy Family’s Skagit Celebration


Mother Nature and 19 other sportsman sprint cars tried to interrupt the Bundy family birthday celebration on Saturday night, but none could deny James Bundy a trip to victory lane at Skagit Speedway

Record Car Count At Delta Speedway

Record Car Count At Delta Speedway

The third points race of Delta Speedway’s season was highlighted by an extremely strong car count for four divisions of micro sprint racing

Henry Van Dam Conquers Skagit


Henry Van Dam has experienced nothing but bad luck over the years at Skagit Speedway. Whether it was “one of them racing deals” or random mechanical failure, the 62-year-old three-tenths-mile clay oval is a place where Van Dam has never had much success


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