McLaren Racing and Fernando Alonso have announced a return to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and 2019’s 103rd Indianapolis 500.
Coverage of other racing categories including road racing, rally racing, rally cross, karting, and off-road racing. Plus, products, series, interviews, profiles, and news pieces related to the types of racing.
For the fourth time, the HSR (Historic Sportscar Racing, LLC) Classic Daytona presented by IMSA Race Weekend took place at Daytona International Speedway.
One door closes and another opens. Lexus has announced it has pulled away from a partnership with 3GT Racing, awarding it to a newly minted squad, AIM VASSER SULLIVAN.
Due to heavy overnight and morning rain on both Friday night and Saturday morning caused flooding in and around this track, series officials decided to cancel this event and allow its competitors to prepare for the upcoming World of Outlaws World Finals at the Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway Nov. 2-4.
The Well known Bondurant School of High Performance Driving filed has announced earlier this week that it is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Dave Spangler drove the Team Vesco Turbinator II off the Bonneville Salt Flats and into history as the very first wheel-driven automobile to exceed 500 mph.
Today marks the launch of a new international motor racing series, the W Series, which is exclusively for women. Its goals are to attract the world’s top female drivers, fast-track women to Formula 1 racing and find the world’s first female Formula 1 champion.
For the 40th year, the Los Angeles Sportswalk Hall of Fame celebrated LA-based athletes who have made their marks in various amateur and professional sports. This year, three members of the motorsports community received due recognition.
If Alexander Rossi shows the temperament that guided him and engineers Jeremy Milless and Brian Page to P2 in 2018, they’ve got to be favorites to succeed next year.
Daytona Speed Weeks will take place Feb. 9-17, 2019. This annual auto racing ritual dates back to the era when Henry Ford I came to Daytona Beach, Fla., to see how fast some of his early racing cars would go.