Feld Motor Sports and MX Sports Pro Racing Partner to Form the SuperMotocross World Championship

PALMETTO, Fla./MORGANTOWN, W.Va., (August 2, 2022) – Feld Motor Sports, Inc. and MX Sports Pro Racing today jointly announced a partnership that will see the formation of the SuperMotocross World Championship. Under this new alliance, the two companies will work together to grow both, Supercross and Motocross, creating a new championship platform that will reward the sport’s best athletes with a $10 million purse – the richest offering in either sports’ history.

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NTT Indycar Series Drives Into May With The Honda Grand Prix Of Alabama This Sunday

STAMFORD, Conn. – April 28, 2022 – The 2022 NTT INDYCAR SERIES season drives into the month of May with live coverage of the Honda Grand Prix of Alabama this Sunday at 1 p.m. ET on NBC and Peacock. A post-race show featuring driver interviews, analysis and the podium ceremony will be presented exclusively on Peacock beginning at 3 p.m. ET. The Honda Grand Prix of Alabama marks the fourth of six races airing on NBC to begin the season.

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Jalopnik Investigates: Why Honda Clocks Are Stuck 20 Years In The Past

If you scroll through a Honda or Acura forum right now, chances are you’re going to run into a bunch of confused owners. When they hopped into their cars on January 1 they found the clocks on their navigation systems frozen at a certain time. And the calendar date? 2002, or 20 years ago.

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A History of Flat Track Racing

Flat track racing is an American motorsport that gained popularity shortly after the end of WWI. It was a craze during the 1920s and 1930s where it stole the majority of the audience that was already interested in horse racing. It was much similar to board track racing that has been covered extensively in our other entries.

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Supercross Series Delivers a Season of Groundbreaking Firsts

ELLENTON, Fla., (May 4, 2021) – The 2021 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship was supposed to be a step back to normalcy after 2020’s incredible Responsible Return to Racing protocol that saw the racers and teams concluding the season – all seven remaining rounds – at a single venue. With new protocols, the 2021 season promised more venues, more traditional track variances, and a limited number of fans in attendance. The season delivered all that, but the racing wasn’t back to normal. It was extraordinary.

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Brian Brown Delivers Emotional Street Stock May Meltdown Win For Car Owner Rob Bader Sunday At Riverhead Raceway

During the off season former Blunderbust driver Rob Bader wanted to return grassroots racing in 2021 and during the winter went out and got a Street Stock for competition at Riverhead Raceway. Among the goals Rob set was for the car to be a tribute to his late Uncle Jay Hulse former Charger driver. Then unexpected wrist surgery put Rob on injured list but undaunted he tabbed good friend Brian Brown of Riverhead to steer the car in Sunday’s May Meltdown event and in a storybook finish Brown delivered an…

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Results from Riverhead Raceway, Practice Day #2

The second practice day leading up to the 2021 NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series at Riverhead Raceway is in the books and much like the first session a week earlier a sun splashed spring afternoon greeted competitors and fans alike with another jam packed pit area of race cars providing the action.

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Santino Ferrucci of Woodbury, CT lands Indy 500 ride with RLLR (IndyCar)

Two weeks after being confirmed to be sitting out of a NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Martinsville Speedway, Santino Ferrucci’s schedule conflict has been revealed. He has his sights set on a brief IndyCar return.

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Push-Pass Not Needed in Indy Car in 2023 or Ever

Indycar Racing

The past 20 years has seen just about every major sanctioning body add something to the rule book or make technical changes in the hope of making the show more competitive, more exciting, and to make more people want to watch.

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Cooper Webb Sweeps Texas and Stretches 450SX Class Points Lead

Arlington, Texas, (March 21, 2021) The final Texas race and Round 12 of the 2021 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship was once again Red Bull KTM’s Cooper Webb’s night. The 450SX Class racer took a well-earned and dramatic win in front of the enthusiastic limited capacity, pod-seated crowd inside AT&T Stadium.

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