Thu 03 Oct 2013
Mon 02 Sep 2013
From a tiny base, the team migrated through various premises in Colnbrook and Woking before settling upon its current site at the McLaren Technology Centre.
Sun 18 Aug 2013
We lost another important player in motorsports this year, relaunched to become your a-typical sports channel.
Wed 14 Aug 2013
Today marks the 25th anniversary of Enzo Ferrari's death...here are some of his biggest accomplishments on pavement.
Fri 05 Jul 2013
Thu 04 Jul 2013
Wed 20 Feb 2013
The last NASCAR race on Daytona Beach sand took place in 1958. Each year old-timers like Glen Wood, Marvin Panch, Ray Park, Vicki Wood and Russ Truelove gather for another lap around the old course.
Wed 13 Feb 2013
An “ash - Through The Esses” feature remembering 'Captain Nice'. In the modern era of sportscar racing, Matt Bell invokes the memory of Mark Donohue’s spirit.
Mon 04 Feb 2013
The short film forms part one of the 50th anniversary trilogy following the ghost of Bruce McLaren as he retraces the scene of his crash at the Goodwood circuit in 1970
Mon 28 Jan 2013
A. J. Foyt had to forgo his role as the 2012 grand marshal for the Rolex 24 last year, but the former winner at Daytona was present for this year’s event. As usual – except for a few topics – Foyt was willing to give his opinion and thoughts.
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Fri 01 Oct 2010
Ingram's Flat Spot On Iron Man Felton Returns by Jonathan Ingram Sometimes the kid who can only dream of being a racer becomes a racer. And the rest is history. Gene Felton at a 2001 Road Atlanta Vintage event in his Pontiac Grand ...
Sat 07 Aug 2010
Ingram's Flat Spot On Austin Going For Gold By Jonathan Ingram It's almost a shock to realize that it's been a quarter of a century since the first Formula One race just outside of Budapest, site of last weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix won by...
Wed 28 Apr 2010
Ingram's Flat Spot On Looking Back On "Big Bill" by Jonathan Ingram The sport of stock car racing, which is undergoing a lot of historical review in light of the opening of NASCAR's Hall of Fame next month, is invariably associated with the ...
Fri 19 Jun 2009
According to Allan Brown's "History of America's Speedways," there have been a total of 5953 oval speedways in the United States, with 1040 of them still active. After this weekend, that total will be 1039. Or maybe 1038, depending on how you ...
Flat Spot On by Jonathan Ingram End Of An Era There have been many calamitous moments in the history of Petty Enterprises. But the recent dramatic changes, leading to the de facto end of the team, are unmatched in their frequency and ...
Flat Spot On by Jonathan Ingram MAIN MAN AT PORSCHE The year was 1990. Just as dusk was falling at Daytona, we were standing in the outer room of the Benny Kahn Media Center. Bob Wollek had won the pole for the 24-hour late that afternoon and...
Sat 07 Jun 2008
The estimated 260,000 spectators will once again make their annual pilgrimage the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and the ramshackle canvas shanty towns will spring up to house the vast majority of them. The city's own population of around 150,000 will be...
Tue 03 Jun 2008
There are no fewer than 13 entrants under the French banner at this year's 24 Hours of Le Mans, making up one of the strongest French challenges for all-out victory at the Circuit de La Sarthe. French teams have had their share of success at Le...
Sat 17 Jul 2004
Joseph R. Hendrick Jr., father of Hendrick Motorsports owner Rick Hendrick and company president John Hendrick, passed away Wednesday evening at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte. He was 84. Papa Joe Hendrick award event: Papa Joe...
Wed 07 Jul 2004
INDIANAPOLIS, Monday, July 5, 2004 -- Rodger Ward, one of the greatest drivers in Indianapolis 500-Mile Race history, died July 5 in Anaheim, Calif. He was 83. Rodger Ward. Photo by IMS LLC. Ward won the race twice and during a...
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