With a grin of excitement, Fernando Alonso explained how his crash course for the Indianapolis 500 will include watching old footage on flights between Formula One races.
Car owner Sam Schmidt of Henderson and his driver, James Hinchcliffe of Canada, won the Long Beach Grand Prix, one of IndyCar’s premier events.
Jimmie Johnson still knows how to get to Victory Lane at Texas, even from the back of the field on a track that had changed significantly since his first six wins there.
Champion driver Kyle Busch of Las Vegas apparently wasn’t happy about having to be taken to the infield care center for observation per new NASCAR protocol.
If two-time Funny Car champion Cruz Pedregon had his way, there would be a Black Hole instead of a run-off area at the far end of the track.
Antron Brown continued his mastery of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway quarter-mile with a victory over Top Fuel teammate Tony Schumacher in the DENSO Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals.
Last year at this time, Leah Pritchett was almost on top of the drag racing world. And then, just as quickly, she was almost at the bottom. Through no fault of her own.
Courtney Force went out on a damp, gray and breezy afternoon and set a Las Vegas Motor Speedway elapsed time record in DENSO Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals qualifying.
Three-time Top Fuel champion Antron Brown is happy to be back in Las Vegas, scene of some of his greatest triumphs.
With the Raiders’ impending move to Las Vegas, there may come a day when NASCAR and the NFL butt helmets on the same Sunday afternoon.