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- Clermont Lions Club NHRA Camping
- IMS — Allmendinger Makes History
- Inaugural Hoosier Classic—Swanson finishes with $77,000 win at the Hoosier Classic USAC Silver Crown
- Carb Night Classic
- Danica Patrick To Drive Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Pace Car at 105th Indianapolis 500
- MotoAmerica Rolls into IMS
- IMS Harvest GP
- Sato Earns Second Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge Victory
- Indy 500 Drivers Pay Surprise Visits to Local Fans after Annual Drivers' Meeting
- Indiana State Fairgrounds — Weekend of Motorsports
- NHRA Mello Yello
- IMS Harvick Wins Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 Victory
- NHRA Nationals for Beginners
- Special Indy 500 Flyover Footage Provides Bird's Eye View of Race Day
Allmendinger Makes History with Wild Win in Verizon 200 at the Brickyard
INDIANAPOLIS (Sunday, Aug. 15, 2021) – AJ Allmendinger fulfilled a lifelong dream of his versatile racing career by standing on Victory Podium as a race winner at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, prevailing in a wild finish to the inaugural Verizon 200 at the Brickyard on Sunday.
Allmendinger, from Los Gatos, California, earned his second career NASCAR Cup Series victory – and first since 2014 – by driving the No. 16 Hyperice Chevrolet for lower-budget Kaulig Racing to victory by .929 of a second over Ryan Blaney in the No. 12 Menards/Knauf Ford. Kyle Larson finished third in the No. 5 HendrickCars.com Chevrolet.
Swanson finishes with $77,000 win at the Hoosier Classic USAC Silver Crown
Kody Swanson won the Sprint Car feature, finished third in the Midget earlier in the evening, and wrapped up the evening with a picture-perfect Silver Crown performance at the .686-mile paved oval. He leads all 100 laps in his Doran Enterprises/Glenn Farms – Lykins Energy Solutions/Beast/Lanci Ford.
By winning two of the three features throughout the program, Swanson netted the Fatheadz Challenge $50,000 bonus and, added in with his $12,000 Silver Crown victory, $1,100 pole award courtesy of Fatheadz Eyewear and PJ1, along with his winnings from the sprint car and midget events.
Harvick Wins Third Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 Victory
INDIANAPOLIS, Sunday, July 5, 2020 – Kevin Harvick took the third drive of his career on his street of dreams – Victory Lane at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway – after winning the Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 Powered by Big Machine Records.
Indiana Natives Briscoe, Haley Finish 1-2 in Wild Pennzoil 150 at the Brickyard Finish
INDIANAPOLIS, Saturday, July 4, 2020 – It was Hoosier Heaven at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway after a wild finish to the Pennzoil 150 at the Brickyard.
Indiana native Chase Briscoe earned a long-sought victory on his home track, holding off fellow Hoosier native Justin Haley by 1.717 seconds Read Full Story . . .
The NHRA Nationals for Beginners
by Frank Jameson IV
BROWNSBURG — September 7, 2019This is for those that have never been to a drag racing event before from the perspective of a ﬁrst time attendee. So, who exactly is the ﬁrst time attendee? Well, it’s me. Read Full Story. . .
Troy Coughlin Jr. raging away in TAD with eye on return to pro ranks
INDIANAPOLIS (Aug. 26) -- Troy Coughlin Jr. has won three of the last four races he's entered in Top Alcohol Dragster, piloting his JEGS.com McPhillips Racing hot rod to a national event win in Norwalk, Ohio, and divisional victories in Atco, N.J., and Bowling Green, Ky. Read Full Story
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