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The Indianapolis 500 has become the most famous race in motorsports over the last 102 years, combining speed and daring in a heady blend that makes for must-see television.
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After his sophomore year at Butler University, Ed Carpenter decided there had to be a better way to spend another summer than living at home with his parents.
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Hope's Door will be having our summer hours starting June 15 to Aug. 15 from 9 a.m. to noon.
Tom Sorensen has been a columnist at The Observer for 20 years and has been at the paper for 25, writing about nearly every sport in the Carolinas.
When Bruton Smith threatened to move his superspeedway in 2007, he ultimately got a boulevard named after him and $80million in incentives to build the world’s only all-concrete, four-wide drag strip.
Deeds and his grandfather attended local races at Oxford Plains Speedway and Hermon's Speedway 95 and attended their first Sprint Cup race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H., in 1997.
Indianapolis is gearing up for Memorial Day weekend. As always, 2013 is packed with family-friendly events.
Cameron Poole,10, Rockford, watches as University of Illinois grad Ryan Chalmers, second from left, who trains with the UI wheelchair athletes, comes down Oak street in Champaign Wednesday afternoon on his Push Across America ride.
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Three months after coaching in one of America's signature sporting events, Jim Harbaugh will have a role in another: He will drive the pace car in the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Here are the top stories for Wednesday, May 22, 2013: 1. Jodi Arias pleads with jurors for a life sentence.
Considering the amazing success that the Indianapolis Colts have enjoyed over the last 15 years or so, it is sometimes hard to recall that this city has only had a pro football franchise for around three decades.
Circuit of The Americas gave U.S. motorsports fans their first taste of V8 Supercars ' mad scramble, bumper-to-bumper style of racing, as Australia's most popular motorsport made its debut on U.S. soil at the new world-class sports and entertainment complex in Central Texas May 17-19 during the V8 Supercars Austin 400.
As part of their ongoing "Conversation" series, on Saturday the International Motor Racing Research Center in Watkins Glen hosted a talk by authors of a new book on the history of Watkins Glen International racetrack.