The series opens up its 2015 season at the Circuit of The Americas in Austin, TX, March 6-8. All classes (GT/GT-A/GT Cup, GTS, TC/TCA/TCB) will be racing as part of a series headliner event weekend at the world-class 3.4-mile circuit.
The 2015 season finale weekend is set for a return appearance at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
The series has also announced the addition of its first two employees. Chuck Zitterich will serve as competition director, while Bill Wright will be public relations director.
The new 410 sprint car series founded by Tod Quiring is called the National Sprint League.
The track opened in 1999 and its kart-racing track has attracted some important contests. Nowadays the road course is used for race team practices, automobile testing, television show and commercials filming and law-enforcement driver training.
It's a 2.3-mile road course along side U.S. Highway 521.
In 2014, Sunday River Ski Resort played host to eight of the country's best professional off-road truck racers, who ventured far from their usual dirt, sand and gravel tracks to tackle unprecedented terrain, including icy berms, snow-covered jumps and steep slopes.
Motorsports legend Ricky Johnson was crowned champion at the 2014 inaugural event.
WELD Racing has announced the promotion of Mike Mulcahy to vice president of sales. Mulcahy now has total responsibility for company sales including street performance, truck and motorsports.
The company has also announced the addition of Greg Bennett to WELD’s sales and marketing team.
The key design point of the new Camry race car—as with the rival Generation 6 NASCAR Chevrolet SS and Ford Fusion cars—is that it has a much closer appearance to its production car equivalent than the old Gen 5 cars did.
Unveiled Saturday afternoon at Charlotte Motor Speedway, prior to the Bank of America 500.
The prestigious Robert E. Peterson Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented for the first time at the SEMA Show's opening breakfast. Previous award winners include: Dave McClelland, Wally Parks, Carroll Shelby, and more.
Pink, the “Old Master” of engine builders, has enjoyed success with his Southern California business.
In 2014, NASA decided to enhance what had been traditionally a single National Championship event into the country splitting Eastern and Western States Championship events.
2015 will see NASA crown Champions for the 10th consecutive year.
The return to the former location is an expansion of space from the current race shop, allowing for growth in the race operation and further opportunities to increase performance capabilities. The team will also have additional space for engineering and simulation.
Lotus will be forced to abandon its unusual twin-tusk design next season, following a push by F1's governing body the FIA to eliminate the aesthetically controversial nose designs that have appeared on cars this year.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of what is now known as the Auto Club NHRA Finals from November 13-16, the NHRA has released a colorful and in-depth tome known as “The History of the NHRA World Finals.”
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