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New ownership movement in NASCAR embraces the sport's future

Perhaps it is only fitting. The Next Gen car rolls into NASCAR Cup Series competition in 2022 with an expanding group of Next Gen team owners; from a successful 40-year old entrepreneur to former drivers and current competitors to an NBA legend and a Grammy winner - all creating a new-look ownership landscape in the sport’s premier series.
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NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace proposes to longtime girlfriend

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — NASCAR Cup Series driver Bubba Wallace proposed to his longtime girlfriend Amanda Carter this week. And of course, she said yes. Wallace posted on Twitter Friday afternoon saying “Why I waited so long..we will never know. The wait is over!! Here’s to forever! Forever ever!”. The 27-year-old...
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From Track Days to a Factory Seat: The Porsche Racing Pyramid, Explained

Few automakers take motorsports as seriously as Porsche. Want to dance with the best? Here's where to start. Want to be a real race car driver? Get in line, kid. Or even better, get in a Porsche. There are plenty of automakers that love to wax poetic about their involvement in motorsports and how it definitely, certainly, certifiably affects the way they build their cars—which you should absolutely buy—but when it comes to Porsche, it ain't just talk. Not only is Porsche's involvement in racing extensive, but it's also one of the only automakers that offers a direct and clear—if incredibly difficult and unlikely—path from mere track days to a chance at a factory seat, with opportunities for glory and victory at every level in between.
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Farland Classic Restoration Shares Racing Roots

You may know them as a the restoration shop and classic car showroom they are today, but racing has always been on their minds!. Farland Classic Restoration is a favorite showroom of ours for the beautiful examples of many eras and genres of cars they bring to the public, but they have a lot of history in the automotive community, and racing. In the past, we’ve consulted Farland Classic Restoration on the state of the car market, so it’s interesting to learn about their expertise in other areas of the automotive field as well.
Atlanta, GANewnan Times-Herald

'Old Guys Drule'

Some years back, when NASCAR Hall of Famer Terry Labonte was in the last years of his driving career, running part time for upstart teams, he had lots more time to chat than when he was a full-time driver. One weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway, he was driving a car...
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Ferrari, McLaren, Lotus, Williams F1 cars in new Petersen exhibit

The cars have been loaned by Juan Gonzalez, chairman of the board of Mission Foods, one of Arrow McLaren SP IndyCar team’s sponsors, who was primary on Juan Pablo Montoya’s Indy 500 entry this year. The exhibit will “offer opportunities to educate visitors about extreme vehicle aerodynamics, unusual materials such...
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If You Like Driving, You Should Be Excited for ‘Forza Horizon 5’

Many fans enjoy watching car racing but might dream of doing it themselves one day. But getting into the big leagues takes talent, years of training, and peak physical condition. So, rather than take to the roads for illegal street racing, you can scratch that itch with a video game. Franchises like Need for Speed and Forza Horizon allow you to immerse yourself in simulated races rendered in glorious HD.
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Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals Friday preview

More than five months later than its traditional mid-February date as the annual kickoff to the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season, the Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals presented by ProtectTheHarvest.com returns NHRA Drag Racing to historic Auto Club Raceway at Pomona for the first time in nearly a year and a half.
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2021 Hungarian Grand Prix - Friday

Mercedes’s Valtteri Bottas was the fastest driver in the hottest track temperatures experienced all year, with almost 60 degrees centigrade on track and 35 degrees ambient. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was quickest in the slightly cooler morning conditions of FP1. On both occasions, the P Zero Red soft C4 tyre was used to set the best time.
Motorsportsdrivetribe.com

T​he Death of Racing

F​rom mans raw instinct to create a better, faster, louder car then his opponent might be coming to an end earlier then we might expect. Racing, the animal instinct in the mans body to prove that they themselves are more superior then ones around him. This instinct is natural, from beating you're friend in a elementary school 100m race or who can kick the soccer ball the furthest. Mans competition dates back to our creation and is one of the most important aspects of our world. Now you may ask, "how has this effected the automotive racing scene". Since the beginning we have seen some great cars emerge from one soul purpose to beat the competition. This given the likes of the BMW e30 M3 to beat Mercedes's 190E and Fords great aspiration to beat Ferraris prancing horse, the 330 P4 with the remarkable Ford GT40. Just think of that for a second, without these rivalry's we wouldn't of had these remarkable living icons and the stories which go with them.
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PIJIL/KROES HAND BONALDI MOTORSPORT FIRST LAMBORGHINI SUPER TROFEO EUROPE WIN OF THE YEAR AT SPA

Daan Pijl and Danny Kroes recorded the first Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe victory for Bonaldi Motorsport in the 2021 season after a superb drive from third on the grid at Spa-Francorchamps. Kroes made a strong start in the #33 Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo Evo to move into second place, while quick pit work allowed Pijl to leapfrog the polesitting #7 Novamarine – GSM Racing car of Kevin Rossel and Jonathan Cecotto for the win.
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No slowing down for Petaluma racecar builder

At 66, Joe Carr shows no signs of slowing down. He’s still working, racing and winning, and always looking to go faster, a trait he acquired in childhood and perfected into a career as a championship race car driver and chassis builder. After more than a half-century in the racing industry, he sees no reason to step on the brakes just yet.
Napa, CANapa Valley Register

Motorsports: Vasser, car dealer who loved racing, dies at 82

James Edward Vasser, a longtime car dealer and father of Jimmy Vasser, former CART driving champion and current team owner in IMSA sports cars and Indy Cars, died Saturday, July 24 at his Napa home of heart failure at the age of 82. A Seattle native nicknamed “Silverback” by his...
Bolivar, MOBolivar Herald Free Press

Coasting into NASCAR

Seventeen-year-old Bolivar racecar driver Cole Mizio has come a long way from the Taekwondo champion he was when he was just 11. Taekwondo, Mizio explained, was a discipline that helped stabilize his focus. From the age of 8, he participated in adult classes and excelled in them, he said. One of his instructor’s even called Mizio his “Red Bull” because of how he energized classes with his enthusiasm.
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