Las Vegas native and Green Valley High graduate Jamie Little brings her family along for a fast ride at Sunday’s Great American Race.
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With five local drivers competing at Daytona this week and another crop of young talent coming up behind them, Southern Nevada could be well represented for years to come.
Brendan Gaughan was the only NASCAR driver to earn a shoutout in Allen Iverson’s Hall of Fame induction speech last fall. AI and Gaughan?
As the fastest of NASCAR’s six noncharter drivers in pole day qualifying, Xfinity Series veteran Brendan Gaughan is assured a spot in the 40-car Daytona 500 field.
NASCAR driver Kurt Busch is being sued for nearly $1.5 million by his former sports management company after he terminated their relationship last March.
Craig Breedlove had sued Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry for damaging his iconic land speed machine. He settled out of court for an undisclosed sum after seeking a minimum of $395,000.
Review-Journal sports editor Bill Bradley returned Wednesday for his bi-weekly Facebook Live lunchtime chat. This week he welcomed RJ sports columnist Ron Kantowski to talk NASCAR.
When last seen together at a high rate of speed, Kyle Busch was spinning off the racetrack into a watermelon patch in Georgia, and fellow Las Vegan Noah Gragson was driving by him to finish fourth.
Retired NASCAR champion Tony Stewart will sponsor a third entry for Henderson car owner Sam Schmidt at the Brickyard, but Stewart is not planning to drive.
Welcome to March Madness off road-racing style! The Mint 400 Great American returns to Las Vegas from March 1-5, and I’ve agreed to serve as grand marshal.
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