Tony Stewart barely scraped into NASCAR’s season-ending playoffs, but he dominated the finale in unprecedented fashion, culminating in a third championship for a man who is simply obsessed with racing cars.
Stewart was not being entirely self-depreciating at the conclusion of the regular season when he claimed to be taking up a spot for someone who deserved it more, but by the end of the Chase, no-one was doubting his right toÂ Â …Â More
Two-time NASCAR series champion Tony Stewart has been questioned but not charged by police after an altercation at a Sydney race track.
New South Wales state police spokesperson Joanne Elliott said Sunday that the 39-year-old American, who is in Australia competing in sprint-car races, was released after being interviewed at the Rosehill police station in western SydneyÂ Â …Â Details
The Millen family are legends here in NZ but also have a very proud history at the Pikes Peak Hill Climb in the States. Rod Millen captured several class records at the formidable Colorado mountain road over the years, including an outright record of 10:04:06 set in a Toyota Celica in 1994 that stood for an amazing 13 years.
At last yearâ€™s event, pro drifter Rhys Millen took a Hyundai Genesis coupe to a class record in the two-wheel drive Time Attack group with a 12:09.397Â …Â DetailsÂ
A racing safety manufacturer who endured criticism over the role his former company’s seat belt may have played in Dale Earnhardt’s death now faces accusations his new company used counterfeit certification labels on some of its products.
SFI Foundation Inc. has filed a lawsuit and sought a restraining order against Bill Simpson’s Impact Racing LLC to ban the sale of fire suits, seat belts and other uncertified Impact gear it says bear counterfeit SFI labels or patches.
A federal judge in Indianapolis on Thursday issued an orderÂ …Â Details