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.
The upcoming Rolex 24 at Daytona boasts a Formula 1 world champion, IndyCar titleholders, NASCAR stars and reigning champions of the sports car organization founded by John Bishop in 1969. And one guy without legs.
The start of this weekend’s Macau Grand Prix Formula Three race was nothing short of shocking.
Woe to anyone who underestimates Steve Torrence and Robert Hight. These two guys are turning NHRA’s Countdown to the Championship six-race playoffs into their personal playgrounds.
The second NHRA Countdown to the Championship race outside St Louis at Gateway Motorsports Park two weeks ago boasted a compelling and fiery finish.
Newly-named 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series Rookie of the Year Robert Wickens is continuing to undergo surgeries related to his devastating accident at Pocono Raceway last month.
Don’t get me wrong; I love old racetracks. Slogging through the mud at places like Mid-Ohio and Maple Grove is something with which I can deal. But one thing I can’t take about old racetracks is their inability, in this day and age, to properly prepare for the series that are racing on the track.
Don Schumacher Racing has elected to make a major commitment to concussion research, the team announced prior to their first qualifying runs at the 39th annual Dodge Mile-High NHRA Nationals presented by Mopar.
A.J. Foyt must be a cat. He’s had bad crashes, even with a tractor at his ranch, and now has twice been attacked by Africanized Killer Bees.
Head and neck injuries are an inseparable part of motorsport, and for decades were the greatest threat to drivers’ lives. Even today, in the age of strict rules, super-stiff crash structures and responsive medical teams, danger is inseparable from motorsport.