Looking back of the top 20 moments of 2014, the struggles of Marussia and Caterham cannot be overlooked.
WKA event draws hundreds of racers from around the world.
Premiere indoor race starts January 13.
Looking back over the top moments of 2014, we hit #11, and the emotional announcement that Danish driver Tom Kristensen would be leaving motorsports after 2014.
Marc Coma is one of the top favorites, heading into the Dakar Rally.
Erik Jones, Justin Boston, and Matt Tifft ... You may not know all of those names right now, but you will.
Book Racing Enterprises will build the 500-cubic inch V-8s.
Three cars and three trucks (actually, one's an SUV) in the finals.
Graceland, General Hospital star Erik Valdez will race a Porsche.
Are we really that surprised?
Looking back over the top moments of 2014, one has got our heart racing. Nissan announced their efforts to field an LMP1 car for 2015.
With Jim Nabors hanging up the vocal cords ... Figuratively, we will have new singers and possibly a new tradition at IMS in 2015.
Pre-World War I vehicles to stage at the California track.
The first of multiple showings will debut at 9 p.m. ET.
Acura's mid-engine supercar will bow January 12.
When you cannot predict who is going to win a race that is 1,000 km long with only one lap remaining.
This year saw a lot of newsworthy moments come and go, but marking the halfway point, and Christmas Day is Gene Haas and his announcement to be starting an F1 team.
Herta claims Integrity owes him more than $1.5 million, according to TMZ Sports.
U.S. Nationals winner one of six nominees.
First time in its 37-year history that Dakar will see a zero-emission competitor.
Looking back over the top moments of 2014, and we couldn't help but recall Michael Schumacher's skiing accident, but more importantly his trip home and further progress.
10th anniversary starts with 'Ten for Ten.'