Some of NASCAR’s youngest drivers took to the track last night and dominated, while a couple of others suffered bad luck during their Duel race.
What better way to kick off what we hope will be an unforgettable season than by talking to a driver who can keep each one of his fellow drivers – as well as the rest of our fans out there – motivated to push through anything that may hold them back?
“Zippy” has boomeranged back to Don Schumacher Racing and taken on critical duties as crew chief for Tony Schumacher.
In an attempt to give us better racing, NASCAR makes changes to their rules packages every year, and this year is no different.
Holley has made an exciting announcement: The first NMCA Factory Super Car driver to break the seven-second barrier will receive $5,000 from Holley EFI, while the next four will be awarded $1,000 Holley product certificates.
When Bryan Herta ended his career as a professional racecar driver, he needed to stay involved in the sport. There is no cure for racing, after all.
When John Force Entertainment, led by daughter No. 2 and company president Ashley Force Hood, also an accomplished Funny Car competitor and winner, began filming the team early in the 24-race 2017 season, she had no idea she and her team would be chronicling the path to a pair of world championships.
King of the Hammers – the toughest single-day off road race in the world. The largest North American off road race event. And streaming, live, on RacingJunk.com!
Austin Cindric, just 19 years old, will race the entire 33-contest NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) in 2018, working with two different organizations, both winning enterprises.
While driving quickly and neatly on paved courses requires utmost precision and a careful use of both front and rear tires within a relatively narrow window of slip angle, the rally driver is wise to throw this approach out the window – though not entirely.