ENDURANCE RACING: Can Road Racers Once Again Dominate American Motorsports?

February 24, 2014
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Auto racing in the United States is a mess.

NASCAR has peaked. Their response to dwindling attendance has been new cars and fuel injection. In Indycar, the barriers to entry eliminate all but the uber-wealthy from competition. Tony George was the only guy willing to take a risk and try to solve open wheel's problems. He had the right idea at the wrong time.

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Mid-Am Racing Returns to TV in 2014

February 15, 2014


Selected dates from the Mid-American Stock Car Series schedule will once again be televised, both nationally and regionally, during the upcoming racing season. The series will continue its relationship with Sopwith Motorsports Television Productions, which brought Mid-Am racing to television for the first time in 2013.

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THE WAR ON DRIVING, PART II: Your Car Will Map Your Life

February 10, 2014
The Stephen Cox Blog is presented by McGunegill Engine Performance
 
 
To no one’s surprise, US Dept. of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced at a propaganda conference this past week that in addition to surveillance cameras, traffic light cameras, license plates, roadside still photo speed traps and a national driver’s license database, American drivers would soon be subjected to yet another tracking system.