IHRA and Sunoco Sign Multi-Year Partnership

Sunoco Race Fuels and the International Hot Rod Association agreed to a partnership deal that would have Sunoco continue as the association’s official fuel. As part of the deal, Sunoco became the official fuel for the inaugural IHRA Summit Sportsman Spectacular tournament launched on March 9,…


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The Story - Virtuality becomes reality

Finally the secret was revealed - the first time a virtual racing car became a real one - in addition it drives all-electric. This week, one of Germany's most renowned car brands in Neuburg on the Danube presented the Audi e-tron Vision Gran Turismo. The vehicle originated from the presentation…


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Carl Edwards Dismisses Death Rumors

Carl Edwards went on NASCAR Radio on SiriusXM to dismiss rumors that he died during the offseason. He also denied that he would be making a comeback soon. Despite being away from NASCAR, he said that he kept in touch with several people who he worked with during his racing career. After retiring…


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Valentino Rossi at the wheel of the Ferrari 488 Pista

The new Ferrari 488 Pista was put through its paces by a very special test-driver today – none other than Valentino Rossi. The Moto GP champion, who just finished third in the Qatar GP, could not resist the opportunity to try out Ferrari’s latest car when he dropped by Maranello.…


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Indy 500 testing postponed due to rain

As much as Helio Castroneves and Danica Patrick want to return to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, they will have to wait for a month, at least, according to recent estimates. This comes after the organizers postponed the testing event because of the incoming bad weather about to hit Indianapolis in…


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Martin Truex Jr. fails 3 inspections for NASCAR Atlanta

Martin Truex Jr. started last in the Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway and lost car chief Blake Harris after failing inspection via the new optical scanning station for the third time ahead of qualifying. Truex also received an additional penalty of 30 minutes added to his final practice…


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What is the 2018 Drive for Diversity?

The American Auto Racing League (NASCAR) under the program Drive for Diversity began training aspiring minority and female drivers in 2004. The program aims to attract female and minority individuals as drivers, crew members, sponsors, owners and to attract a variety of an audience to the sport. The…


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Aston Martin Valkyrie new hypercar for Formula 1.

It is hard to imagine a more extreme version of a car than the AM-RB 001, a vehicle that can run with pro-racing machinery. Yet, here we see the Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro. It takes the road-wise, common Valkyrie and flips it on its head, converting it to a track-exclusive vehicle. The track…


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Denny Hamlin fails post race inspection

Despite Denny Hamlin shining in the Xfinity and Monster Energy Cup Series, NASCAR (The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) categorized both wins as hampered. This was due to Hamlin’s 500 race cars’ illegitimate mechanical set-up. The officers took the cars’ rear…


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Lewis Hamilton is Looking to Mercedes for a Formula 1 Contract

Mercedes is one of the top racing companies in the Formula 1 world racing circuit and many racing drivers are in competition to drive for the company. Lewis Hamilton, a former world number one driver in the Formula 1, has placed Mercedes as the favorite to win in any Grand Prix across the world.…


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Shockwave.com Offers Car Racing Games

Car racing has been one of the most predominant mobile and PC games. Millions of people from all across the globe enjoy playing the various racing games on their mobile devices and computers every day. Unlike other games such as cards, car racing games are not age bound, the young and the old can…


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IndyCar driver Sebastien Bourdais

When the history of IndyCar Racing is written, Sebastien Bourdais’s name is surely to be written in golden letters. The four-consecutive-times Indy Car champion is the only driver to have such achievement and is not finished yet. What some people might not know about Bourdais is that he also…


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IndyCar Returns to Watkins Glen International Sept. 1 to 4

Watkins Glen International Raceway is located on County Route 16 in Watkins Glen, N.Y. It was first established in 1948 and it one of the most prestigious racing facility in all of North America. It was great news that IndyCar returns to Watkins Glen international for the Labor Day weekend. The…


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Who was the leader in drag racing competitions in 2015?

Antron Brown is an American Drag Racer. In the 1960’s, Brown’s grandfather participated in drag racing, and passed his passion on to family members. At the early age, Brown started drag racing with his father and uncle who were NHRA Sportsman racers. Antron Brown first participated in…


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Fast Jet Car Racing

Car races are a huge part of the American experience. NASCAR, the biggest franchise in America for the sport, may be considered a niche interest by some, but its cultural impact and dedicated fans cannot be denied. Driving laps around a track competing with many other cars lends itself to all kinds…


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Three Car Racing Celebrities

A lot of celebrities are known to be fond of car racing outside of their primary careers. Some even achieve a lot of success in the motor racing field. Here are three of them: Patrick Dempsey Patrick Dempsey is an actor and race car driver, best known for his role as neurosurgeon Dr. Derek Shepherd…


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Nascar Kickoff Chase Weekend To Start With A Free Festival

NASCAR Chase Weekend takes place in mid-September. To kick it off, the organizers have organized a celebration, “Chase Fest.” that will take place on Thursday, September 17th from 2 to 9 pm CT in Chicago. Namely, a “Chase Fest” is a street party with free food, drinks and…


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Danica Sue Patrick: The racing star

Danica Sue Patrick is a car racing driver who hails from the United States. Besides being a racing car driver she is a model as well as an advertising spokeswoman. She was born in 1982. She is the only woman who has been the most successful in the entire history of the US open-wheel racing. She is…


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What We Learnt at Le Mans, 2015

Le Mans sports car racing event, 2015 witnessed almost over 260,000 people who came over the Le Mans, Paris, France. There were fans and participants that came from all over the world to see the stunning and classic sports car race. There’s a lot that we learnt during this event such as:…


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What Is Cty-To-City Car Racing?

The invention of car racing started earlier but gratuity started to modify day by day. From small distance racing it started with racing between the cities. Day by day the popularity began to increase. People started loving the game. Though the game setup is costly the game is an exciting one and…


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Interesting facts about Pagani Cars

Pagani is an Italian car manufacturer of sports cars. They made their first car in 1999. Since then, Pagani has been the synonym for unique, fast and powerful cars. Because their price, that is too high, not many people can afford their cars. But we can enjoy looking them and knowing some things…


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Second Win At Indianapolis For Juan Pablo Montoya

Juan Pablo Montoya told his teammates and his sponsor, Penske Oil, that it would be him to win the INDY 500 for a second time. Him and his teammates joked around with the press in public displays of friendly competition with each other. They each proclaimed that they would be the one letting the…


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Kurt Busch, in the lead for 98 laps at Bristol

There was no doubt that in Sunday’s race Kurt Busch made the decision to pit late. After he led six times for 98 laps, supporting Steve Byrnes at Bristol Motor Speedway, he had to go off the asphalt. At the moment when the caution flew for a five-car incident on lap 482, Busch headed for pit…


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FIA Claiming A ‘Proper Debate’

As women have been fighting and fighting to be considered at the same level as men, car racing industry is not far from what the other industries are implying. Michele Mouton claims that women wish to compete on the same level with men. There has been a suggestion made, concerning Formula One teams…


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Car Race Set For Lauderdale, If City Officials Agree

Fans of the annual Red Bull Global Rallycross will have to wait a few more days so as to know whether or not the event will be held at Lauderdale this year. Reports indicate that the race event in itself is not on the commission’s agenda come Tuesday. At the same time, city officials stated…


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Formula 1 regulations for 2015

Formula 1 should be a sport about power and speed, without any limitations! Thanks to the FIA, and their rules, this sport is completely opposite. Every year they make new rules, which just make things worse. Some of those rules are literally dangerous for drivers. The best example was rule that…


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Formula one: Ferrari tops preseason test

Formula one preseason test went down on Sunday at Jerez racetrack in southern Spain. This was the first test with a second to come in Barcelona all in preparation of the season opening Australian Grand Pix on March 15 in Melbourne. The four day test saw eight of nine teams participate with their new…


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The Dakar: Rally Competition

The Dakar rally is the hardest rally competition in the world. It started in 1978, and it was held every year, the organization that organizes this race is the Amaury Sports Organization. At first the Dakar was driven on relation Paris-Dakar (in that time it was known as the Paris-Dakar rally), but…


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Car racing – No More Sponsorship for the Sprint Cup

The Sprint Cup Series is NASCARs flagship, the most important racing event they host all year round. This means that it is also the most profitable series. However things are looking a little bleak for NASCAR seeing how Sprint Corporation – the main sponsor of the event – has announced…


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Coughlin aiming to carry family name over to stock car racing

Cody Coughlin grew up around racing. His grandfather is drag racing Hall of Famer Jeg Coughlin Sr., and his father is NHRA champion John Coughlin. But while those guys are focused on the quarter-mile track, Coughlin was in town for ARCA testing. He said he is focused on running in circles. John said…


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On Your Fingertips

Velodyne Does Not Understand Fatal Uber Crash of the Lidar

Federal investigators had their hands full trying to figure out how a self-driving Uber SUV malfunctioned and hit a pedestrian while she was walking her bicycle across an empty, albeit darkened road, in Arizona. The company responsible for making the vision sensor for the Uber car are just as…

2019 Acura RDX Crossover

Acura took full advantage of the 2018 New York International Auto Show, using the event to finally reveal the production-ready version of their all-new 2019 RDX crossover SUV. Their latest SUV was first previewed at the Detroit Auto Show a few months prior. "Quickest, best-handling, and most…

The new VW Golf GTI

The iconic design of the updated Golf has even more charisma with a number of new detailed solutions. The team led by Klaus Bischoff, Volkswagen Head of Design, redesigned the bumpers and, together with engineers, conceptualised new headlights (halogen and LED), new LED tail lights and new wheels.…

Alfa Romeo - 2018 Mille Miglia - Second Stage

The overnight stay at Milano Marittima was a short one and the caravan was on the move again at first light. The rain, which had been very testing for the crews, especially in Ferrara, had given way to hazy sunshine, greeted with pleasure by the drivers and navigators. The second stage was long and…

2018 Nissan Leaf - first 100% electric drivetrain

Probably everything has been said about the 2018 Nissan Leaf, especially the fact that it is the first 100% electric drivetrain. After driving it, there are several things to say about it. But first, let's remember a set of facts that still blows us away. Probably the first thing that we noticed…