Bernie Ecclestone has hailed Kimi Räikkönen as the 'star driver' of 2013 and has said the way he performed was ‘super’.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is NASCAR's Most Popular Driver. This isn't surprising. But of those 11 times, it might have been the most (relatively) surprising of the bunch. If Junior's streak was going to end, this was going to be the year. That was because of the inclusion of Danica Patrick on the ballot. Show More Summary
NASCAR announced changes to the Hall of Fame voting process on Thursday and most notably is tweaking the eligibility rules for drivers. Under the current system, drivers who have driven for at least 10 years and retired for three are eligible for the Hall of Fame. Show More Summary
(LAS VEGA) — NASCAR announced sweeping changes to the Hall of Fame election process Thursday, including tweaks that make Bill Elliott and Mark Martin immediately eligible for enshrinement. Among the six changes: Drivers are now eligible if they have competed for 30 or more years in NASCAR or turned 55 in the calendar year before nominating day. Show More Summary
Formula 1 is an expensive sport: Expensive to attend, expensive to watch on TV, but especially expensive for teams taking part in it. In the recently-completed 2013 season, Red Bull and Lotus received the most value for their significant investments. Value is a nebulous concept in the F1 world. Show More Summary
Size matters—at least when it comes to sports that take a far more discerning and specific look at weight, F1 being one of them. Fox Sports Australia (h/t Jalopnik ) reports F1 driver Daniel Ricciardo, who stands 5'7" and weighs allShow More Summary
An Infographic by Alanis King that breaks down the 46th Annual Snowball Derby for anyone who would like a thumbnail sketch of the race. Click here for a High Resolution Version
Welcome to From the Marbles' 2013 driver reviews. Here, we're going to critique, praise and bloviate about the top 30 drivers in the 2013 NASCAR season. Denny's Diner. Or something. We're going to run out of alliterations. Denny, this...Show More Summary
The Sanctioning Body Also Creates New Award For Outstanding Contributions DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Dec. 5, 2013) – NASCAR today announced a number of changes to the selection process for the NASCAR Hall of Fame ( NHOF ), including a modification...Show More Summary
BY DAVE GRAYSON STEWART-HAAS RENEWS A LONG TIME PARTNERSHIP ExxonMobil has strengthened its ongoing commitment to NASCAR by renewing its multi-year sponsorship with three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Tony Stewart and Stewart-Haas Racing. Mobil 1 will adorn the hood of Stewart s #14 Chevy for 11 races in 2014, while taking a high-profile associate [...]
Jean Todt gets re-elected unopposed as the FIA president on Friday, but what does that really mean for the sport? In understanding whether or not Todt’s tenure as FIA president has been a good or bad thing so far, we must first consider...Show More Summary
BY DAVE GRAYSON Needless to say, when you’re the newly crowned NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ champion you’re going to be the focal point of the annual champion’s week in Las Vegas. With that comes a public appearance schedule that seems impossible. However, for six time champion Jimmie Johnson it’s a schedule he’s very familiar with. It’s a schedule [...]
Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that Ferrari has a veto over who will succeed him as head of Formula 1.
BY DAVE GRAYSON Every NASCAR fan in the world is certainly aware that driver, team owner and three time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart has been undergoing physical therapy due to a broken leg sustained this past August following a sprint car accident. In turn, Stewart is well aware, and appreciative, of the outpouring of [...]
Organisers of the Korean Grand Prix have vowed to bring the race back in the future, after its absence from the 2014 Formula 1 calendar was revealed on Wednesday.
Lewis Hamilton is back home after the end of the Formula 1 season, and in the mood to take a look at his trophy cabinet. The 2008 World Champion has one of Formula 1's best collections of memorabilia, and clearly values the trophiesShow More Summary
With almost two weeks passing since the end of the 2013 season, there is no let-up in the Formula One rumour mill. Amongst today’s topics, Bernie Ecclestone remains hopeful that the New Jersey Grand Prix will still take place, while a new lead has emerged as to what the Sauber and Caterham driver line-ups may look like. Begin Slideshow
Ex-Formula 1 driver Bruno Senna will make his Brazilian Stock Car debut on December 15.