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Morgan Rejuvenated Heading To Kansas

Larry Morgan is having his best NHRA Pro Stock season in many years. (NHRA Photo)

It can be amazing what one win can do for a team. In the case of Pro Stock driver Larry Morgan, it has him feeling like a contender again.

Sheppard Dominates Corcoran Memorial

Matt Sheppard (9h) battles Larry Wight during Wednesday's Super DIRTcar Series event at Canandaigua Motor Speedway. (Don Romeo Photo)

There was no catching Matt Sheppard after he took the lead from pole sitter Steve Paine on lap nine of the 64-lap Jan Corcoran Memorial Super DIRTcar Series big-block modified event Wednesday at Canandaigua Motorsports Park.

Seavey Reigns In SPEED SPORT Challenge

Logan Seavey scored victory in Wednesday's GRC SPEED SPORT Challenge outlaw kart race at Millbridge Speedway. (Aaron Burns photo)

All Logan Seavey needed to win Wednesday’s QRC SPEED SPORT Challenge presented by JGRmx was a fast outlaw kart and some clean air.

McCune Puts On A Must See Show

Jimmy McCune crosses the finish line to win Wednesday's Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series event at Anderson (Ind.) Speedway. (Chris Seelman Photo)

Jimmy McCune wired the field Wednesday night to lay claim to Anderson Speedway’s Must See Racing 60 winged sprint car feature.

Briscoe Expected To Drive For Hinchcliffe

Ryan Briscoe is expected to be named James Hinchcliffe's replacement for Sunday's Indianapolis 500 on Thursday morning. (IndyCar Photo)

A replacement for injured driver James Hinchcliffe for Sunday’s 99th Indianapolis 500 will be made Thursday morning at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

2016 NASCAR Hall Of Fame Class Revealed

(From left) O. Bruton Smith, Terry Labonte, Curtis Turner, Jerry Cook and Bobby Isaac are the 2016 class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

NASCAR has announced the inductees who will comprise the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2016.

Hinchcliffe Expected To Make Full Recovery

James Hinchcliffe sustained serious injuries in his crash in practice, but is expected to make a full recovery. (IndyCar Photo)

Verizon IndyCar Series driver James Hinchcliffe has been transferred out of the Intensive Care Unit at IU Health Methodist Hospital as the Canadian continues to make substantial improvement following surgery on May 18 for injuries to his pelvic area and upper left thigh. Upon further evaluation Wednesday morning, it was determined that Hinchcliffe will require no further procedures and is expected to make a full recovery from his injuries.


Hidden Gems

As the weather and the racing heats up, it’s time for another edition of SPEED SPORT Hidden Gems. Which five drivers from across the country qualify for this week’s list?

Tomac Leads Lucas Oil MX To Glen Helen

Tomac was flying in Hangtown and brings the points lead into Glen Helen.
(Simon Cudby photo)

On Saturday, May 23, the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will head to the heart of the motocross racing industry in Southern California, to visit arguably one of the toughest racetracks on the planet for the FMF Glen Helen National in San Bernardino, Calif., kicking off Memorial Day Weekend.

Hamilton Extends Pact With Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton, the Formula One World Championship points leader, will stay at Mercedes through 2018. (Mercedes Photo)

Mercedes AMG Petronas announced Wednesday that it has finalized a new contract with Lewis Hamilton, which will keep him with the team through the 2018 Formula One season.


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