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  • Allmendinger looks to pounce on NASCAR's 1st road course

    AJ Allmendinger knows the stakes on Sunday: Win on the road course at Sonoma Raceway and he earns a spot in NASCAR's championship race. The year-old qualifying format almost guarantees a race winner a spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship...
  • Jim Utter's NASCAR notebook

    SONOMA, Calif. Two of NASCAR's biggest stars expressed support Friday for NASCAR's stance this week on removing the Confederate flag from the South Carolina State House grounds. Four-time Cup series champion Jeff Gordon and NASCAR's most popular driver,...
  • The Latest: Georgia stops issuing Confederate plates

    The latest in the Charleston church shooting. (All times local.) __ 9 p.m. Georgia has stopped issuing a specialty license plate featuring two Confederate battle flags, and a top official in Gov. Nathan Deal's administration has ordered that changes be...
  • Joey Ferrigno Keeps It Together At Stafford Motor Speedway

    STAFFORD — Last week, Joey Ferrigno left Stafford Motor Speedway looking for the remains of the top of his SK Light Modified. Friday, with a new top, the East Hartford driver was back on top of the field. Ferrigno held off Tony Membrino Jr. on a...
  • Connecticut boy becomes youngest competitor in NASCAR race

    After all his painstaking anticipation, it was going to take a lot more than a last-place finish to detract from the exhilaration that North End Middle School eighth-grader Jake "Wild Child" Higginson felt after becoming the youngest competitor ever in...
  • NASCAR's Jeff Gordon takes spin down memory lane

    When Jeff Gordon visited Rio Linda, Calif., this week, he walked back in time. Suddenly, NASCAR's most famous driver was reliving his childhood, surrounded by youngsters not much older than he was when he first drove a quarter-midget race car at tiny Roy...
  • Ford focuses on racing performance

    Some might say Dave Pericak has a lot of work ahead of him. But for the new director of Global Ford Performance, challenges are a necessary and rewarding part of the job. Pericak joined Ford in 1994, working at a parts plant, and has worked his way up...
  • NASCAR shifting power back into drivers' hands with aero changes

    NASCAR shifting power back into drivers' hands with aero changes
    Traditionally, NASCAR has treated drivers like little annoying children. Nobody pays much attention to them. But it looks like Brian France and Mike Helton must be taking some of them fancy new-agey parenting lessons. You know the type: where...
  • NASCAR tweaking rules for car specs

    NASCAR tweaking rules for car specs
    NASCAR is tweaking the aerodynamic package for next month's Sprint Cup race at Kentucky Speedway in an attempt to improve competitive racing and a driver's ability to pass. NASCAR is tweaking the aerodynamic package for next month's Sprint Cup race at...
  • Microsoft named official tech partner of NASCAR

    As part of a multi-year agreement, Microsoft has been named the official technology partner of NASCAR and a major technology partner of Hendrick Motorsports. NASCAR and Hendrick Motorsports will adopt the new Windows 10 platform and Microsoft Azure, a...
  • NASCAR backs effort to remove Confederate flag from S.C. Statehouse

    NASCAR, a sport with a rich Southern heritage, announced on Tuesday that it supported the effort by South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley to remove the Confederate flag from the grounds of the South Carolina Statehouse. NASCAR sanctions several races in...