While we call them top moments, unfortunately tragedy strikes the motorsports community. And with incredible implications pertaining to the situation, it makes it as one of the biggest stories of 2014.
Looking back over the top 20 moments of 2014, we could not help but mention the new Chase for the Championship format that saw fist fights, brawls and a lot of on track action too.
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.
Looking back over the top moments of 2014, we find ourselves at #16, and the Memorial Day double attempt by NASCAR ace Kurt Busch.
Looking back over the top moments of 2014, we find ourselves at #17, and Marcos Ambrose's decision to head back to Australia and the V8 Supercar series
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Kevin Harvick and Rodney Childers kickoff Champion's Week in Las Vegas.
Team owner Gene Haas gives Motorsport.com the answer.
An inspirational story of a racer who beat the odds and with the help of a superstar, made his dreams come true.
Winner gets $100,000 for their organization and a Toyota.
Kurt Busch goes behind the lens
Despite outside interests, Busch is focused and well-prepared for a strong run in NASCAR's playoff.
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Testing ramps up for NASCAR Sprint Cup teams.
Henry Jakes had a bucket list...
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