Despite missing out on a playoff spot at this weekend’s Federated Auto Parts 400 race at Richmond Raceway, Truex, Jr. still had reason to celebrate a brand-new beginning recently.
In a time when racetracks throughout the country are being sold off to the highest bidder, some seriously well-known celebrities from inside and outside the world of motorsports are doing their part to keep yet another part of the racing world from disappearing.
As the start of the 2022 season approaches, the W Series, the international single-seater motor racing championship for female drivers, is welcoming a myriad of new talent as well as an all-new team led by a former Olympic champion and a two-time defending W Series champion.
Have you ever dreamed of owning your own Top Fuel dragster that could burn up the drag strip at over 100 MPH in less than 10 seconds?
The 2022 race season is back in full swing, and this includes one of the the most popular dirt racing series on track today.
The W Series, the international single-seater motor racing championship for female drivers, is in the market for a new set of rising talent.
The newest asphalt racing series, created by NASCAR stars Tony Stewart and Ray Evernham, will receive new leadership in 2022.
As the racing season begins to heat back up during the cold months of winter, one driver would use the fire inside of him to race to his first championship at the 2022 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals.
Toyota USA sent a jolt of electric excitement through the state of North Carolina yesterday after announcing that the company would invest billions of dollars into a new automotive battery plant in Greensboro, North Carolina.
As the fall leaves start to fall and winter starts to make hints at its impending changes, the 2021 race season begins to come to a close.