Gene Nolen's commitment to the USAC Silver Crown Series came with both tangible and intangible, costs. While he had a strong and loyal team, resources were stretched thin.
Even in dark times, you can find evidence of symmetry in life, and even glean meaning from events that cause one to experience profound grief.
Tommy Astone Jr., a versatile and accomplished open-wheel driver, passed away on April 14 at the age of 70.
His grandfather was an attorney, his father a stockbroker, and with a name like Bentley Warren III, he seemed destined to spend the bulk of his waking hours in a tie.
The winter afternoon is crisp and cold outside a ranch home, with the wind blowing across the Indiana landscape and whistling a haunting tune in the trees surrounding the place.
Pennsylvania 305ci RaceSaver sprint car racer Ken Duke Jr. started his racing career competing in karts in 1996, at the age of 20.
Bobby Grim was born nearly 100 years ago in Coal City, Ind., a tiny community located midway between Terre Haute and Bloomington.
They walked along the edge of the pond, the sunset putting an exclamation point on the end of a glorious summer day. Several ducks swam in close, looking for a feed, quacking and splashing close to the edge, and...
This month, we’re putting a little different twist on the traditional theme, as longtime racing announcer Jack Miller grabs the Racer On Racer mic.
This month, Racer On Racer encompasses two legendary names in the open-wheel ranks who succeeded in making it to yesteryear’s pinnacle of success: Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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