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Wide Open on the Streets
Auto Racing

Wide Open on the Streets

After 85,724 consecutive left turns in its nine-year history - and into this tenth anniversary season - the League's denizens will make their first right turns on Friday morning on the 1.8-mile, 14-corner St. Pete street circuit.
Anne Proffit
| Mar 30, 2005
The Path to NASCAR
Auto Racing

The Path to NASCAR

LAGUNA BEACH, March 22, 2005 - In NASCAR Nextel Cup racing, one thing is becoming apparently clear: only the young and strong survive. And the drivers who are spearheading that youthful revolution are coming from places not previously considered a hotbed of s
Anne Proffit
| Mar 23, 2005
Cornucopia of Pleasures
Auto Racing

Cornucopia of Pleasures

A cornucopia of pleasures awaits race fans this weekend. In addition to yet another NASCAR NEXTEL Cup race, Saturday brings us a duo of interesting contests.
Anne Proffit
| Mar 16, 2005
League Lights It Up
Auto Racing

League Lights It Up

The Indy Racing League IndyCar Series started with a literal big bang this weekend on the 1.5-mile Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Anne Proffit
| Mar 09, 2005
Broadcast This
Auto Racing

Broadcast This

NASCAR sure put on an excellent season-starting race meeting at Daytona International Speedway last weekend and garnered some extremely high overnight television ratings for its seminal Daytona 500 on Fox.
Anne Proffit
| Feb 23, 2005
A Conflict of Interest
Auto Racing

A Conflict of Interest

Welcome to the new Indy Racing League, where the ruler owns teams and nothing is really quite what it seems.
Anne Proffit
| Feb 16, 2005
A Classic at Daytona
Auto Racing

A Classic at Daytona

There were plenty of outsiders contesting the 43rd running of the Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway last weekend from all facets of motorsports.
Anne Proffit
| Feb 09, 2005
Apathy Kills
Auto Racing

Apathy Kills

Nextel Cup ads are everywhere. But can you find stand-ups of Tony Kanaan in your local 7/Eleven store? Didn't think so. What is wrong with open wheel advertising?
Anne Proffit
| Feb 02, 2005
Back to the Track at Last
Auto Racing

Back to the Track at Last

There's been a lot going on in American open wheel racing this past week and finally, there were cars on track.
Anne Proffit
| Jan 26, 2005
Kanaan Merits His Honors
Auto Racing

Kanaan Merits His Honors

When he came to the AARWBA awards banquet in California last weekend, Tony already knew he'd made the 35th All America First Team.
Anne Proffit
| Jan 19, 2005
Room at the Top
Auto Racing

Room at the Top

In order to mend fences with old friends (the best kind, Champ Car should remember) and make new alliances, the Champ Car World Series will need strong people at the helm of its racing operations department
Anne Proffit
| Jan 12, 2005
Can Small IRL Teams Survive?
Auto Racing

Can Small IRL Teams Survive?

Thank goodness the short off-season is over and the new racing year is already upon us. This weekend marks the true New Year with the annual Chili Bowl in Oklahoma where open wheel racers gather to remove the rust and dust from holiday inactivity.
Anne Proffit
| Jan 04, 2005
Looking Both Ways
Auto Racing

Looking Both Ways

In motor sport, this was the season of the over-dog, represented by Michael Schumacher's seventh Formula One title, Newman/Haas Racing's fifth different championship driver Sebastien Bourdais in the Champ Car World Series trail, Andretti Green Racing's dominance led by the incomparable Tony Kanaan.
Automobilemag
| Dec 29, 2004
Ebbs and Flows
Auto Racing

Ebbs and Flows

The lights are dimmer this time of year as nature on the North American continent decrees shorter days and soft descents to darkness.
Automobilemag
| Dec 22, 2004
Purges and Promotions
Auto Racing

Purges and Promotions

Scrooge paid his annual visit to the Champ Car World Series offices last week and left pink slips in his wake.
Automobilemag
| Dec 15, 2004
Let\'s Keep it Simple
Auto Racing

Let's Keep it Simple

It was more than ten years ago that [then] General Motors' motorsports chief Herb Fishel addressed cost control and relevance in racing, but it took a decade of spiraling budgets and inefficiency for the balance of the racing world to wake up and start to listen.
Anne Proffit
| Dec 08, 2004

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