Although today is a national holiday in 'Halloween,' let's also take a moment to remember a fallen racer, taken well before his time.
Looking back over the top moments of 2014, we simply couldn't nail down one of these stories to make the list, so we thought they could share. Will Power wins the IndyCar title, and Dale Jr joins Twitter.
We had a surprise winner in Motorsport.com's poll asking what your favorite form of racing is.
Highlighting ten drivers who were within arm's reach of the Indy 500 crown, but came up short.
Looking back over the top moments of 2014, we find ourselves at #16, and the Memorial Day double attempt by NASCAR ace Kurt Busch.
In 1965, the Wood Brothers pit crew brought a bit of NASCAR ingenuity to Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Counting down the top moments of 2013, the loss of Speed Channel was chased at the #2 top moment of the year gone by.
Mel Kenyon, Tom Bigelow, Dave Darland and Jack Hewitt to attend.
Rob and Chris Dyson are more use to piloting a sports car around the racing tracks, and both father and son have won championships in endurance racing.
Joe Jennings, IndyCar Correspondent
Ryan Hunter-Reay won the Indy 500, but son Ryden "stole the show"