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NASCAR driver Kurt Busch will get a little Ricky Bobby hustle this weekend at the Talladega Motor Speedway.
Historic track in Canada gets a new lease on life
There is a racetrack northeast of Toronto, Ontario, Canada that is steeped in history. Formerly known as Mosport (pronounced Mo-sport, not Moss-port), Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (CTMP) is a rare track in that it’s barely changed in configuration since the first race was held on the 810-acre property in 1961.
Here we see a disguised NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon. Looking to save some cash, he walks into a used car dealership and gravitates towards a black Camaro out front. A helpful salesman comes out to greet him, and offers him a test drive. Little does he know what he’s in for.
Despite the horrific accident at Daytona yesterday, the Daytona 500 will kick off today, February 24th, at 1:00 pm EST.
A devastating crash has halted festivities on the eve of the Daytona 500 with wreckage from a crash on the final lap of the Drive4COPD 300 sending 11 fans to hospital.
General Motors president Mark Reuss will drive the Chevrolet SS pace car this weekend to begin the Daytona 500.
NASCAR will be hosting its first dirt-track race since 1970 during the 2013 season, when the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competes at Eldora Speedway in Ohio next July.
NASCAR is on its way North, announcing today that the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will run its first road course at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park in Ontario, Canada on September 1, 2013.
Jeff Gordon was fined $100,000 and 25 points for his deliberate retaliation toward Clint Bowyer during Sunday’s AdvoCare 500 at the Phoenix International Raceway.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s hopes for a championship this year has all but disappeared after his second concussion in six weeks will force him to sit out the next two races.
There’s always a good chance that there will be a crash at any motorsport event, especially NASCAR. But there have been few crashes as epic as what happened at Talladega this weekend.
Octane Management, the company that promoted NASCAR in Montreal for the last six years, has ended its relationship with the race series, eliminating the chance for a 2013 season in Canada.
When you’re an Olympic gold medalist, there’s no denying your dedication to your country. But apparently Tyler Clary would much rather hop into a stock car and go racing than hang out with the President of the United States.
For the second year in a row, NASCAR driver Tony Stewart put on a show by driving something other than what the public is used to seeing.