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Indy Lights: Ryan Norman finds victory lane for first time ever
Connor Ferguson - Aug 25, 2018

“Don’t stop believing.” Those were the words on the side of Ryan Norman’s No. 48 Journey Mazda as he crossed the start/finish line taking the checkered flag at Gateway Motorsports park on Saturday Afternoon. Indy Lights: Ryan Norman finds victory lane for first time ever Norman, sponsored by the famous American rock band, had to […]

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NASCAR Rookies
The Challenges Of NASCAR Races For Rookies
Michael Kovacs, ADMIN - Oct 11, 2020

NASCAR is almost ready to wind down for what has been a very eventful racing season. However, one thing that has become glaring is the fact the NASCAR rookies in the Cup Series this year have had to face more challenges than what they typically would. These challenges have varied quite a bit, but one […]

Bubba Wallace
Bubba Wallace leaving RPM at season’s end
Tucker White - Sep 10, 2020

If you had Bubba Wallace leaving Richard Petty Motorsports at the end of the 2020 season, then come on down and collect your prize. Wallace confirmed on Twitter an earlier report by Jordan Bianchi of The Athletic that he made the decision to part ways with the team. — Bubba Wallace (@BubbaWallace) September 10, 2020   […]

Cup Series Rookies
The steep learning curve for Cup Series rookies
Tucker White - Sep 2, 2020

In 1999, NASCAR Hall of Fame member, Tony Stewart, took the Cup Series by storm in his rookie season. Jimmie Johnson and Ryan Newman set the standard for Cup Series rookies in 2002. Cole Custer punched his ticket into the 2020 playoffs. All four drivers listed won a race in their rookie seasons. While Kyle Larson didn’t win in […]

Late wreck keeps Johnson out of playoffs
Tucker White - Aug 30, 2020

Ever the consummate professional, Jimmie Johnson went to victory lane to congratulate William Byron and his crew. Why wouldn’t he? The young man who used to trick-or-treat at his house will now race in the playoffs for a championship, after scoring his first career NASCAR Cup Series victory. He was especially happy for Byron’s crew chief, Chad Knaus. […]

Tire gamble keeps Johnson in playoff hunt
Tucker White - Aug 23, 2020

With 17 laps to go, Jimmie Johnson found himself in a situation he’d not been in for a long time; leading in the closing laps of a NASCAR Cup Series race, thanks to a tire gamble. He rallied from a speeding penalty earlier in the day to a spot in the top-five, but didn’t have the […]

Daytona Road Course
What effect a larger spoiler played at Daytona
Tucker White - Aug 16, 2020

For much of the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season, one of the biggest criticisms levied at the high-downforce package was that it made passing the leader a Herculean task. I, myself, pointed this out many different times, this season. Sunday, however, was the exception to the rule, on the run to the finish. While Chase Elliott bested Denny […]

The White Zone: High-downforce package follies on display at Michigan
Tucker White - Aug 9, 2020

Saturday at Michigan International Speedway gave us a NASCAR Cup Series race that was fun to watch, because of the high-downforce package. Sunday, however, gave us the race that I thought we’d see this weekend. The Consumer Energy 400 featured elements of a typical Michigan race. The field got strung out as a run progressed, […]

Larson Stays Hot to Win Ironman 55

Kyle Larson continued his dominant run, as he won the $20,000 payday that is the Ironman 55, Saturday. Larson Stays Hot to Win Ironman Despite a massive tumble at Huset’s, Larson came back with a victory in Pevely, Mo. to win the Federated Auto Parts Ironman 55. By far, it was his toughest challenge during […]