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Few racing series can handle a dual weekend of motorsports action at race tracks that are over 900 miles apart like NASCAR. With only two days to bring home three winners, NASCAR proved they can handle the challenges thrown at both Iowa Speedway and Pocono Raceway.
“Driving it is therapeutic.” That is how Luke describes driving his 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1.
Kalitta Motorsports Funny Car driver J.R. Todd did what few drivers have had the ability to this weekend at the 30th annual Toyota NHRA Sonoma Nationals, at Sonoma Raceway.
In an effort to make a complete exit from motorsports, long-time Chip Ganassi Racing marketing partner Target announced it will not renew its deal with Kyle Larson’s No. 42 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Chevy.
Intrepid photographer Ben Deutschman braved temperatures of over 100° F to bring us these amazing photos from Santa Margarita!
This sapphire-blue Chevy El Camino is one formidable muscle car!
This pro street Mustang is a very strong-running machine!
“I first saw the Green Monster when I was a young kid in Akron, Ohio, and decided I had to make it mine,” said Jon. “It only took about half a century.”
This V8-powered Midget may be the only one of its kind today!