Slightlymad Studio's ambitious racer, Project Cars, has received a new DLC pack that brings with it a new circuit to tear up and a selection of new cars from Audi to race on it. The circuit, Ruapuna Park International Raceway, is from New Zealand while the cars boast some of Audi's most successful prototype racers.
It’s been a difficult couple years for Michael Waltrip Racing. At the end of the Sept. 7 Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway in 2013, the team seemed to be in the best position in its then-seven-year existence....Show More Summary
It will be 10 years this September since the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Chevrolet rolled out of the Sprint Cup garage for the first time at the Dover International Raceway. Kenny Wallace was behind the wheel of a Chevrolet rented from the now defunct PPI Motorsports team. Show More Summary
International Speedway Corporation, the company owned by NASCAR's France family that controls roughly half of NASCAR's tracks might take over California's famous Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Continue reading France family poised to take...Show More Summary
Vintage racers head for the Andretti Hairpin at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Photo by Tom DeMauro. Officials in Monterey County, California, have confirmed that they are in talks with International Speedway Corporation (ISC), the track-owning subsidiary of NASCAR, to evaluate a possible take over operation of Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca as a concessionaire. The historic […]
By AMANDA VINCENT So far, several tracks have honored four-time NASCAR Cup champion driver Jeff Gordon as the Sprint Cup Series has made its way through its 2015 schedule in Gordon’s final year of competition in the series as a driver. Phoenix International Speedway recently announced the biggest honor of any seen or announced, so [...]
By AMANDA VINCENT Just call Kurt Busch the 2015 NASCAR Rain Man. When rain delayed the April 25 race at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway, Busch was the driver celebrating a delayed win. After rain delayed and shortened the Quicken Loans 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Mich., on Sunday, Busch [...]
Phoenix International Raceway is renaming itself Jeff Gordon Raceway for its November race. This is not a fake news post. We repeat, this is a real thing. The track made the announcement Friday at Michigan. “It’s an honor to have the track named after me, even if only for a day,” Gordon said in a statement. Show More Summary
The Sprint Cup Series moves from the relatively flat track of Pocono Raceway to the high banked, high speed venue of Michigan International Speedway this weekend. The challenges switch from turning through the flat corners and navigating the bumps of the tunnel turn to minimizing drag while making the car turn in the corners on...
In what’s become a friendly competition between tracks, Phoenix International Raceway (PIR) may have the greatest gift Jeff Gordon will receive in his final season: the name of the track, if just for one day. As originally reported by azcentral sports, PIR will rename the 1-mile oval “Jeff Gordon Raceway” on November 15 for the...
MotorWeek is playing to '90s nostalgia with its latest Retro Review that's a look at a 1993 Dodge Viper lapping Pocono International Raceway. Continue reading MotorWeek revisits the awesome, original Dodge Viper MotorWeek revisits the awesome, original Dodge Viper originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 05 Jun 2015 20:01:00 EST. Show More Summary
It’s safe to say that Tyler Reddick and Jennifer Jo Cobb won’t be exchanging Christmas cards later this year. The duo left Dover International Raceway with differing opinions of what happened to send Cobb’s No. 10 Ford to the inside wall and wrecked just 15 laps into last week’s Lucas Oil 200. Fast forward a...
Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr. had their chances, but neither could find a way to beat Jimmie Johnson Sunday. Although Jimmie Johnson may be the all-time wins leader at Dover International Raceway, for much of the FedEx 400 it looked as if victory No. Show More Summary
Rains are refusing to cease at the Richmond International Raceway prompting officials to set the date to the following Sunday when the weather is expected to be tamer. The race has been re-scheduled to 1pm Eastern Time on Sunday. The rain began on Saturday during the afternoon and worsened over the course of the day.
One week after a fire erupted on pit road at Richmond International Raceway during an Xfinity Series race, another Richard Childress (...)
I’ ve got that feeling again. Last week, I picked Kurt Busch to win the Toyota Owners 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Richmond International Raceway. Busch not only dominated, he drove away with the victory, much to my great pleasure for...Show More Summary
Here's everything you need to know about the wonderful world of motorsports this week. NASCAR is investigating the circumstances around a massive pit lane fire at Richmond International Raceway. During a mid-race pit stop at last weekend's...Show More Summary
Joe Gibbs Racing success on short tracks this season didn’t carryover to Sunday’s race at Richmond. Having won twice on short tracks already this season, Joe Gibbs Racing entered Richmond International Raceway with high hopes of keeping...Show More Summary
Busch won Sunday’s rescheduled NASCAR race at Richmond. Kurt Busch and Kevin Harvick gave Stewart-Haas Racing a 1-2 finish in Sunday's rain-delayed Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway. A series of late cautions made things interesting, but Busch, who led 293 of a possible 400 laps, was never seriously challenged. Show More Summary
The 2016 Toyota Mirai became the first hydrogen-fueled pace car in NASCAR history at Saturday's Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway. Continue reading Toyota Mirai officially first hydrogen-powered pace car Toyota Mirai officially first hydrogen-powered pace car originally appeared on Autoblog on Sun, 26 Apr 2015 17:07:00 EST. Show More Summary