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volvoAfter more days going up wind than anyone in the Volvo fleet cares to remember, the fleet has finally cracked off and is experience ‘proper’ Southern Ocean conditions as the five boats race onwards towards Cape Horn and the second of two scoring gates on this leg of the course.

‘What a relief. Finally the breeze has swung enough to le us ease sheets and get the good ship going fast in the right direction,’ noted Ericsson 4’s bowman, Ryan Godfrey. ‘It has been days now that our distance to the finish has not budged, so what a pleasure the past 24-hours were, to be doing 20 knots and heading east,’ he said.

Meanwhile, out in front, and averaging a comfortable 18.8 knots, with 3,000 nautical miles to run to Cape Horn is …  Details

The entire complexion of Sunday’s Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway appeared to change in an instant when, during green-flag pit stops on Lap 67, a tire escaped the pit box of Marcos Ambrose and started rolling toward the frontstretch straightaway.

The real surprise came when Jimmy Watts, the gas man for the No. 47 Toyota driven by Ambrose, chased the loose tire into the grassy median between the track and pit road — at one point coming within about 70 feet of actually going onto the track while cars were still churning around it at speeds approaching 200 mph.

A caution flag flew immediately…  Details


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Morey is proud to announce the signing of 3-time and current Dropknee World Champion bodyboarder, David Hubbard.

At 26 years of age, David, or “DUB” by which he is known in the bodyboarding world, has received numerous accolades.

Over the past two years he has placed first …  Details

It was not unfair to think last year, that Michael Waltrip was steering his racing team into an iceberg, just like the Titanic. He started the season at minus 100 points due to an embarrassing cheating scandal where he was caught putting jet fuel in his car, and the season never picked up much steam after that.

The only bright spot, was he and teammate David Reutimann finished inside the top 35 at 22nd and 25th. At least they would be able to start the first few few races if they survived. That was the thinking of most that follow NASCAR.

But the offseason saw Toyota start to develop better engines, and MWR also changed some things as well. New personnel and gritty determination may be paying off as Reutimann just got his first top-five finish, and Waltrip has finished strong, as well as started on the front row of the season opening Daytona 500….  Details