Malcolm Smith is one of the most well-known names in off-road motorcycling in the world. Although only 68 years young, Malcolm has retired from racing competition. But he still rides as much as he ever has!

For those of you that don’t know about Malcolm, he’s a legend in motorcycling world-wide. He’s competed in off road racing since the 1960’s, in almost every discipline there is – off-road, enduro, desert, motocross, Baja, and more.
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zero1Zero Motorcycles plans to put its two-wheelers to the test and achieve a world record for the longest electric-powered motorbike race. Lasting 24 consecutive hours, 10 teams of at least five riders each will power through an off-road circuit complete with ramps, jumps and sharp 90-degree turns.

Gene Banman, the chief executive of Scotts Valley, California-based Zero Motorcycles, said he is organizing the April 4-5 event to change people’s perceptions…. Details

Bobby Rahal is still searching for sponsorship for an IndyCar effort in 2009, but his team will keep busy, regardless, running all-new BMW M3 sports cars in the American Le Mans Series.

Rahal Letterman Racing, co-owned by late-night TV host David Letterman, has partnered with BMW of North America to race two of the redesigned M3s in the GT2 class for the full 10-race ALMS schedule, beginning with Saturday’s Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring.

“Most people associate me with IndyCars, but my background…  Details

If you’re looking for a quick answer……..well there is one, but after witnessing the Sprint and Nextel cups, we need to go to the hood for further review. We need to determine whether or not the correct person is being crowned champion after the end of the year.

Records show that Jimmy Johnson has won the crown 3 years running. Lucky man I will say, I mean extremely lucky. Understanding the reality that we must deal with the present, I am still in awe of how NASCAR will still allow the chase format to stay in play and not make some adjustments… Details