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Posted On May 27, 2017By Motorsports TribuneIn Breaking News

Our Predictions for the Biggest Day in Racing

By Motorsports Tribune staff Tomorrow, May 28th is arguably the biggest day of the racing calendar. Three of the biggest series around the World have marquee events, two of which date back to the earliest days of motor racing. The Indianapolis 500 is the biggest race in the world and will celebrate its’ 101st running. The Monaco Grand Prix is the oldest and most prestigious race on the Formula 1 calendar. The Coca-Cola 600 is NASCAR’s longest, most grueling race, and over the years has tempted several drivers to attempt “the double”Read More

Posted On December 17, 2016By Motorsports TribuneIn Headline News, Spotlight On

Motorsports Tribune’s Holiday Gift Guide

Ready or not, the holidays are here. If you are looking for great last minute gifts for the special race fan in your life, or if you are a gearhead looking to drop a hint to your family, we have the perfect guide for you. While you can’t get Kimi’s car with a great big bow on it, our selection below has something for everyone. Piloti Shoes For the fan who wants to feel like their favorite driver, enjoys taking their car to the track, or just wants to lookRead More

Posted On November 17, 2016By Josh FarmerIn Breaking News, Headline News, IndyCar

Daly Looking For More in 2017

By Josh Farmer, IndyCar Reporter Heading into the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series with AJ Foyt Racing, Conor Daly is feeling very upbeat. Although he finished a somewhat sub-par 18th in the final standings, Daly had more than his fair share of impressive runs and established a good reputation of running up front on both pace and strategy. Daly scored a podium at Detroit, and an additional top five at Watkins Glen International where he led a total of 56 laps. His come from behind performances also earned him the TagRead More

Posted On June 8, 2016By Frank SantoroskiIn Breaking News, Headline News, IndyCar

End of the Line for The Milwaukee Mile?

By Frank Santoroski, Staff Writer As the Verizon IndyCar Series opened up the month of June with a double-header in Detroit, I found myself reminiscing about many fine races held at the Milwaukee Mile. The venerable one-mile oval first acquired the date after the Indianapolis 500 in 1949, and the tradition carried on until the open-wheel split in 1996. The CART series maintained the early June date after the split, although their competitors were not running at Indianapolis. The track, located within Wisconsin State Fair Park in West Allis, hadRead More