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By: David Morgan, NASCAR Editor If there were a Mount Rushmore of NASCAR, Jeff Gordon would certainly be one of the drivers included. With 93 wins and four championships over his illustrious career, Gordon was sure to be a first ballot Hall of Famer. On Wednesday, that came true as Gordon was among the five legends to be chosen as a part of the 2019 NASCAR Hall of Fame class. So, it is only natural that we’d take a step back to where it all began for the driver of theRead More
By Joey Barnes, Editor-in-Chief The 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil is drawing near, but before we all watch in awe on May 27, it would be wise to take a look back at last year’s race. Although it featured two-time Formula 1 champion Fernando Alonso, it was his Andretti Autosport teammate Takuma Sato – driving for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing this season – that stole the show to take the second victory of his Verizon IndyCar Series career and first at the Brickyard. Our friendsRead More
By Joey Barnes, Editor-in-Chief Aston Martin Red Bull Racing are set to start their 250th Formula 1 race at this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix. Since their debut as an official team at the 2005 Australian Grand Prix, Red Bull Racing have captured four drivers titles, four constructor’s championships and taken 56 victories. One of the crown jewel events in all of motorsports, the Milton Keynes-based squad will look to capture their fourth victory on the streets of Monte Carlo and first since Mark Webber in 2012. Our friends from Mobil 1Read More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor When the Cup Series made it to Charlotte for the 1987 all-star race, Dale Earnhardt had absolutely dominated the season up to that point, winning six of the nine races that had taken place thus far in the season. His rival, Bill Elliott, had won the season opening Daytona 500. With the two going at it week in and week out, it would all come to a head in The Winston. Earnhardt, the hard-charging North Carolina native versus Elliott, the mild-mannered Georgia boy. Elliott hadRead More
By Joey Barnes, Editor-in-Chief The crown jewel of Formula 1 is looming with the Monaco Grand Prix. FIA Race Director and Motorsport Industry Association ambassador Charlie Whiting is the leading man when it comes to standards on and around the track, and the streets of Monte Carlo are no exception. He breaks down some of the ins and outs in the work that goes into building up a temporary street circuit as they ready for the race on May 27. Our friends from Mobil 1 The Grid have put together videoRead More
By Adam Tate, Associate Editor The Spanish Grand Prix proved a more straightforward affair than any other race so far this season, as Lewis Hamilton dominated the field from lights to flag, but behind him there was plenty of drama and action for fans to savor. A opening lap spin by Romain Grosjean in the Haas collected Nico Hulkenberg and Brendon Hartley and put them all out on the spot. Power unit problems forced Kimi Raikkonen to retire early. In the other Ferrari, Sebastian Vettel made a late pit stop fromRead More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor After a stirring duel for the win in the spring 2012 race at Kansas Speedway, the track underwent a massive reconfiguration that was completed by the time the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returned to the track in October. With the facelift, the track turned from a tame 1.5 miler to a treacherous beast that did its best to chew up and spit out as many race cars as possible in its opening weekend. Mark Martin and Aric Almirola would be the two cars to getRead More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor For any multi-car team owner, their proudest and most anxious moment at the racetrack is when the majority of their drivers are fighting it out for the win at the front of the field. In the 2008 Camping World RV 400 at Dover, Roush-Fenway Racing would provide those feeling for team owner Jack Roush. Though the first 300 miles around the Monster Mile was a mixed bag, with 10 different drivers leading, the final quarter of the race was all Roush-Fenway. Greg Biffle, Carl Edwards,Read More
By Adam Tate, Associate Editor The Azerbaijan Grand Prix had it all, from a surprise winner for the second year in a row, a lot of crashes and controversy at Red Bull, to a second podium in Baku for Sergio Perez and Force India. Sebastian Vettel initially pulled away from Lewis Hamilton and appeared to have the race in the bag, but late pressure from Valtteri Bottas and the safety car period after Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen crashed in turn 1 turned the race on its head. Vettel out brakedRead More