Kyle Busch, driver of the #54 Monster Energy Toyota, races Sam Hornish Jr., driver of the #12 Snap-on Ford, during the NASCAR Nationwide Series History 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday in Concord, North Carolina.
Kyle Busch has shown repeatedly he can win at Charlotte Motor Speedway on the Nationwide and Truck series.
Kyle Busch dominated at Charlotte Motor Speedway again Saturday, racing to his sixth Nationwide Series victory of the season and record seventh career win at the track.
M1 PowerSports, the company that promoted AMA Pro Superbike events at Road Atlanta, Homestead Miami Speedway and NOLA Motorsports Park, confirmed Friday that it will not be promoting events in 2013.
From prerace flyovers to stirring renditions of the national anthem to entertaining veterans and families of soldiers who paid the ultimate price fighting for the United States, NASCAR traditionally has had close ties to the military.
When the national anthem is playing before the 97th running of the Indianapolis 500 at 11:54 a.m. Sunday, Salem pilot Don Stamp will be aimed right down the main straightaway of the famous 2.5-mile oval, home to the Greatest Spectacle In Racing, as it concludes.
Let's face it, when we see drivers or crew members roll up their sleeves and engage in a legitimate brawl everything else goes dim.
He's the hometown hope, the Butler University alum and die-hard Indiana Pacers fan who has put his modest, one-car program on the pole for the Indianapolis 500 ahead of powerhouse programs from Penske Racing and Andretti Autosport.
AMA Pro Racing supplied this photo to go with its release. It shows GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro National Guard Superbike riders in action at NOLA Motorsports Park in 2012.
Officials plan to use the 24 Hours of Le Mans as an opportunity to work on brand awareness of the new United SportsCar Racing brand which will debut in 2014.
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.
Defending series champion Brad Keselowski believes he's still the fastest in Sprint Cup, even if his results four months into the season don't bear that out.
By PaddockTalk.com Staff Writers The NASCAR Nationwide series has completed practice session one at Charlotte Motor Speedway in preparation for the 32nd Annual History 300 .
Four of the five inductees who comprise the 2014 class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame - Dale Jarrett, Maurice Petty, Tim Flock and Jack Ingram - have ties to Talladega Superspeedway, NASCAR's Most Competitive Track or the fine state of Alabama.
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.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rookie driver Timmy Hill and the FAS Lane Racing team prepare for the grueling 600 miles that lay ahead this week.