IndyCar Series veteran Oriol Servia, Wilson’s close friend, will now have the responsibility of driving the No. 25 Andretti Autosport entry, formerly piloted by Wilson, at Sonoma.
“Justin was a true racer and advocate to our sport,” said team owner Michael Andretti.
The new Stadium SXS Series Powered by Arctic Cat will feature 10 Arctic Cat Wildcat side-by-sides driven by action sport athletes, fans and dealers, who will use the same track as the Stadium Super Trucks.
The first Arctic Cat Stadium SXS Series race will be held Sept. 18-20 in Coast Mesa, California.
Due to forecasts concerning the El Nino weather phenomenon, which is expected to be extremely violent this year, the Peruvian government has decided to make this issue a national priority by ensuring that all state services are able to mobilize if necessary to help the population that could be affected.
Inca Desafio, which was scheduled for September 11–13, has been cancelled.
Wilson, 36, was involved in a crash with Sage Karam with 21 laps to go in Sunday’s ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway. Wilson was airlifted to Lehigh Valley Cedar Crest Hospital in Allentown, Pennsylvania, where he died Monday evening.
Wilson is survived by his wife, Julia, and two daughters.
Pro Stock’s transition to electronic fuel injection is part of several changes the NHRA is making in an effort to make the class more relevant from a technology standpoint, increase spectator appeal, and enhance the overall pit experience.
It’s virtually the same system that can be purchased by any racer or automotive enthusiast.
The 511-acre facility, located 30 miles southeast of Salt Lake City, has been sold to Mitime Investment & Development Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Geely Group of Companies, China’s biggest independent automaker.
Mitime is set to inject in excess of $40 million in further development to the facility.
Michael Waltrip Racing will continue to field the No. 15 and No. 55 Toyotas for the remainder of the 2015 season. Team Co-Owner Rob Kauffman said MWR will not field a full-time NASCAR Sprint Cup entry in 2016.
Clint Bowyer will be free to pursue other career options in 2016 and beyond.
Ashley Ailsworth, corporate counsel for SEMA, will be presenting a seminar designed to inform racing businesses about aspects of intellectual property law.
The seminar is titled, "Retooling the Company Intellectual Property Portfolio."
Labonte, NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee, has two wins at Darlington, the first of his career in the 1980 Southern 500 and the last Southern 500 run on Labor Day weekend in 2003, Labonte's final Sprint Cup victory.
Osage Casino Tulsa Raceway Park will celebrate its 50th anniversary with the NHRA Heritage Series Nitro Nationals and Old Time Drags next month, highlighted with the appearance of drag racing legends Don “the Snake” Prudhomme and Tom “the Mongoose” McEwen.
This will be the first time two members of the Earnhardt family have competed in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at the same time in more than a decade. Jeffrey Earnhardt’s cousin Dale Earnhardt Jr. competes full-time in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
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