The (Temporary) Return of Jeff Gordon

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Like Michael Jordan before him, Jeff Gordon has suddenly come out of retirement. However he is not here to stay, nor is he starring in a “Space Jam”-type film. Hendrick Motorsports has called upon its greatest icon to replace the ailing Dale Earnhardt Jr. Earnhardt is currently suffering from concussion symptoms and will be unable […] READ MORE



Kyle Busch Wins the Lilly Diabetes 250 at Indy

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Indianapolis is a city where the NASCAR Xfinity Series has raced since the series began in 1982. But it is a relatively new home at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway where the series now races, in the Lilly Diabetes 250 on Saturday afternoon. The dominant team coming into the weekend at Indy was Joe Gibbs Racing, […] READ MORE


Four to Follow: NASCAR Racing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

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The Indianapolis Motor Speedway, it is hallowed ground for racecar drivers. Home to the crowned jewel of American motorsports, the Indianapolis 500, it is one of the few tracks where NASCAR arguably comes second. But for one weekend a year, the stock car boys come first, and that weekend has finally come.   Here are […] READ MORE


2005 United States Grand Prix Flashback: The Wrong Rubber

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In the early 21st century, Formula One was determined to break America and the re-born USA Grand Prix was held at the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway. By 2005 it was one of the most looked forward to races of the season and excitement was mounting as the teams arrived at Indy. In 2005 there was […] READ MORE


2005 United States GP: An Unforgotten Farce

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Some believe that Formula 1 has never been the same since. Some also believe that this single event crippled the sport’s reputation in the United States of America. Of all the speculation, one thing remains clear: The 2005 United States Grand Prix was arguably the most prevalent farce in Formula 1 history, and sent literal […] READ MORE


The Brickyard 400: Where the Cream Rises to the Top

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When the green flag drops to start the 20th running of the Brickyard 400, 43 of world’s best racecar drivers will have a chance to make racing history. But as history has shown, only a handful of them will truly have a shot at cementing a legacy amongst racing’s elite. In the 19 previous runnings […] READ MORE


2002 Brickyard 400: Awesome Bill Scores an Awesome Win

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This Sunday’s Brickyard 400 marks the 20-year anniversary of stock cars arriving at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Naturally, it is a time to look back on some of the race’s biggest moments, such as when Jeff Gordon became the first to win that inaugural race in 1994, or when Dale Jarrett started the tradition of […] READ MORE


Ryan Hunter-Reay Holds his Nerve to Win Thrilling Indy 500

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A last lap move by Andretti Autosport’s Ryan Hunter-Reay on Helio Castroneves earned the American’s first career Indianapolis 500 victory, by the second closest margin in the race’s 103-year history. Hunter-Reay had enough drive coming out of turn four to reach the yard of bricks just 0.06 seconds ahead of the charging #3 Penske car. […] READ MORE


Get Ready for Another Crazy Month of May at the Brickyard

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dsIf the month of May at Indianapolis does not intrigue you, then nothing will. Saturday’s inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis — held on the infield road course at the venerated speedway in Indiana — began with disaster but ended with a rising talent in victory lane. It’s just the kind of race and just the […] READ MORE