The Rolex at Daytona and Brian France

The Rolex 24 at Daytona is my own personal start to the racing season. That race gets me reignited for the coming NASCAR season. I truly enjoy seeing guys that I rarely hear about racing around Daytona for 24 hours. This year, there won’t be any NASCAR drivers in the mix, but there will be plenty of IRL drivers. If you’ve never watched, I highly recommend it.

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Stephen Cox Seeks National Super Cup Title; Returns to Rohrbaugh Racing for 2017 Campaign

Indianapolis IN, May 16, 2017 — Rohrbaugh Racing will compete for the Super Cup Stock Car Series national championship this year with driver Stephen Cox, who returns to the seat following a successful 2016 campaign. Cox is a versatile veteran who has posted 3 wins, 4 poles and 9 top fives in his last eleven starts on both ovals and road courses. Driving for ARCA’s Codie Rohrbaugh, Cox is expected to be among the favorites for the Super Cup North Division championship and the overall national title. He also will…

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America’s Greatest Superspeedway, and Why It Was Never Built

In the summer of 1912, it seemed that anything was possible. Land was cheap and plentiful. Gold was money. The motor car was the wonder of the world. Two investors from Alabama were convinced that an affluent suburb could be built just five miles south of downtown in what is now the village of Homewood. The new development would attract home buyers and businesses by tapping into the public’s enthusiasm for the latest rage – the motor car.

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Kyle Busch Wins at the Brickyard and Edges Closer to the Chase

Kyle Busch won in a convincing manner, spoiling the final Brickyard 400 for Jeff Gordon. Busch, winner of the last 3 and 4 of the last 5 races, led just 19 laps but it was the way the final laps unfolded that gave him the win.

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