Legendary Businessman, Philanthropist and NASCAR Hall of Famer Bruton Smith Passes Away

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – A visionary and transformative figure in both business and entertainment, Ollen Bruton Smith, the founder and executive chairman of Sonic Automotive (NYSE:SAH), Speedway Motorsports and Speedway Children’s Charities died today of natural causes. He was 95.

Read More

Igloo Is Celebrating Its 75th Anniversary By Giving Away A 2022 Jeep Wrangler And Cooler Prize Pack

February 9, 2022 (Katy, Texas) – Igloo Products Corp., the leading American manufacturer of coolers, is celebrating its 75th anniversary by giving away a 2022 Jeep Wrangler and Igloo cooler prize pack to one lucky winner. Fans can now enter The Igloo Ultimate Adventure-Ready Sweepstakes at igloocoolers.com/75years.

Read More

30 Days Away: Kevin Harvick Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum

While 2022 marks the 74th year of the NASCAR Cup Series, it also ushers in a new era for stock-car racing’s premier division. A new car debuts on a new track, with the NextGen car seeing its first racing action Feb. 5-6 on a purpose-built, quarter-mile, asphalt oval inside the confines of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum kicks off the 2022 season at a track other than Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway for the first time since 1981 when the series opened its schedule…

Read More

Champion Race Car Driver Bob Bondurant Passes Away at 88

Paradise Valley, AZ, November 13, 2021–Breaking overnight, America’s iconic World Champion Bob Bondurant has passed away in Paradise Valley, Arizona. He is survived by his wife, Pat. Bondurant is the only American to bring home the World Championship trophy back to the U.S. while racing for Carroll Shelby.

Read More

Corliss Starting to Pull Away in ACT Challenge Cup

Waterbury, VT — After going back and forth for much of the summer, the ACT New England Late Model Challenge Cup (NELMCC) now has a clear frontrunner. Barre, VT’s Jason Corliss has asserted himself as the leader for the $5,000 top prize, putting some distance between himself and the pack over the past two weeks.

Read More

Long-Time Indianapolis Motorsports Reporter Robin Miller Passes Away

Robin L. Miller, a lifelong motorsports fan who became one of the sport’s most recognized and influential media personalities, died Aug. 25 in Indianapolis. He was 71. A native of his beloved Southport, Indiana, Miller rose to prominence as an Indianapolis Star sports writer, parlaying his love of many sports into more than 50 years of communication that defined his life.

Read More