Every single racing series across the globe is trying to stay afloat while not being able to hold physical events that have been scheduled since last year.
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Motorsports is adjusting to the times.
With COVID-19 not going away anytime soon, and NASCAR’s on-track activity being postponed through the weekend of May 3rd to align with CDC guidance, drivers and fans are turning to the virtual world to get their racing fix
Women have been impressing fans of this sport much longer than many may realize, so we decided to take a look at a few those who have paved the way for today’s rising stars.
One of NASCAR’s most historic race teams is stepping outside of the motorsports world to help senior residents in their area.
NASCAR and iRacing have announced the formation of the eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series, an exhibition esports series featuring many of the sport’s best-known drivers.
NASCAR is currently postponing all race events through May 3rd, with plans to return racing in Martinsville.
Thursday it appeared that shows would go on in the racing world, albeit without fans around to watch the action in person.
NASCAR has released a statement amid the COVID-19 pandemic regarding its races.
Ryan Blaney, racing for Team Penske in the No. 12 Ford, has secured an extension to his contract with the team for an unspecified multi-year period, Team Penske announced today. And why wouldn’t they keep the Ohio-born-and-bred third-generation racer on the squad?