Both the the Daytona Historics and the Classic 24 Hour are spectacular events, worth attending if at all possible.
The latest news, schedules, coverage and interviews from the world of late model, modified, midget, legend, sportsman, sprint, and street stock asphalt oval racing. This includes coverage and news from the United Late Model Association, NASCAR, and the USAC.
Which is preferable – the constant attitude changes and improvisation of dirt, or the insane speeds and precision of a paved oval? Let’s take a closer look at these two appealing forms of motorsport.
Being quick on the high-speed road courses and ovals isn’t just a matter of bravery. Especially when running in close proximity with others, it requires restraint at times.
It’s always a challenge to get past a competitor on the racetrack. The layman might think overtaking is a matter of guts, but it’s often a matter of baiting, like a chess game.
Having the ability to control oversteer can be a great tactic on the track.
Setting up an IndyCar for an oval track is a demanding task. Luckily, we’ve got some tips to help you out.
Here are the Truck Race Energy 250 photos from Gary Rosiers trip to Daytona.
Lee Petty won the very first Daytona 500 with his Air Lift Oldsmobile.
Kyle Busch took his first Sprint Cup Championship at Homestead, while Jeff Gordon had an exciting and emotional finish to his career.
Chris Buescher closed in on the Xfinity Series championship at Homestead.