The NTT IndyCar Series’ oval races the past two weeks have been extremely exciting, in times for the best reasons of competition as well as the not-so-right reasons of crashes.
You love their pinup photography every week right here in Tonya Kay’s RacingJunk pinup column, so I figured it’s about time you get to know the extravaganza that brings all that talent together: Tonya Kay’s Pinup Pole Show!
Let’s face it: France’s Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) doesn’t particularly like American racers. Yes, they tolerate Corvette Racing, who were invited to participate in the 24 Heures du Mans for a 20th consecutive year, but the rest of American racers definitely have difficulties dealing with the group led by Pierre Fillon.
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Americans and American car manufacturers have long been challenged by France’s mid-June endurance racing classic, the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Now in its 87th running, Le Mans has had many American winners from the driving, mechanic, manufacturing sides.
The Power Tour made its way through some very beautiful places in Virginia on its way to Martinsville and then to Bristol, Tennessee.
The NASCAR XFINITY and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series rolled into the Tricky Triangle of Pocono Raceway Saturday and Sunday and both series put on fantastic races.
Owners and fans of Toyota cars, trucks and SUVs took over Long Beach, CA’s Marina Green park in order to celebrate their love of the Japanese manufacturer’s products.
For the 32nd time, small-town Seal Beach, Calif., located next to the Pacific Ocean, held a car show.
While many of the events that we writers at RacingJunk cover involve actual racing coverage, there are few as inspiring as the one I had the privilege to attend earlier this week.