1. Indy 500 2011: 10 Questions Fans Want Answered at the Brickyard

    The starting field is set, practice is complete and fans everywhere have some lingering questions going into the 100 th anniversary running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, May 29 th ...

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  2. 2011 Indy 500: The Top 15 Tracks in Motorsports

    The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is considered by some race fans as the crème de la crème of race tracks...

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  3. Indy 500: Who Is Pippa Mann, and Why Should We Care About Her?

    Pippa Mann began racing karts at age 13 in Britain and throughout Europe. Recently she competed in the Firestone Indy Lights Series, and she recently qualified for her first Indianapolis 500...

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  4. Indy 500: Who Is Ana Beatriz, and Why Should We Care About Her?

    In America, she’s known as Ana Beatriz; in her native Brazil, she’s Bia Figueiredo. Who is this woman with two monikers? She’s the first woman to win in the Firestone ...

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  5. Indy 500: Sarah Fisher Brings New Roles to the Track in 2011

    In 1999, Sarah Fisher was a bright-eyed 19-year-old who just qualified for her first Indianapolis 500, only the third woman to do so in the history of the race...

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  6. Indy 500: Who Is Simona De Silvestro and Why Should We Care About Her?

    The history of women at the Indianapolis 500 dates back to 1977 when Janet Guthrie became the first woman to qualify for the race...

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  7. Is NASCAR Ready For Danica Patrick?

    The Good Ol' Boys of NASCAR are being invaded by a petite, raven-haired racer who really isn't sure what she wants to do with her life. Danica Patrick blew into Daytona International Speedway for ARCA testing like a woman on a mission...

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  8. The Ladies Of Daytona: How Did They Fare?

    Six women started the Lucas Oil Slick Mist 200 ARCA race at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona, Florida on Saturday, February 6th...

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  9. Daytona ARCA 200: Six Women Make The Field

    Danica Patrick seems to have started a trend. In ARCA pre-season testing at Daytona International Speedway (Daytona, Florida), 10 women showed up to shake down their cars...

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  10. Blaney, McDowell Team Up at Prism

    Prism Motorsports says "we want to race this year," and will try to do so by adding a second team. Second-year Prism driver Dave Blaney will be joined by Michael McDowell on the team this season, ...

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  11. Sarah Fisher Gears Up For 2010 Season

    While Danica Patrick has been busy making headlines in NASCAR, Sarah Fisher has quietly been making plans of her own: an expanded IndyCar schedule, a second team, her first book, and a drive to get Ellen DeGeneres to the Indy 500...

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  12. Baldwin, Kahne To Join Forces Again

    NASCAR Sprint Cup team owner Tommy Baldwin Jr. is teaming up with Modified team owner Al Heinke to form Heinke-Baldwin Racing...

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  13. Motorcraft, Quick Lane To Sponsor Wood Brothers #21

    The Wood Brothers will return to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series on a part-time basis for 2010, with continuing sponsorship from Motorcraft and additional funding from Ford Motor Company's Quick Lane Tire and Auto Centers...

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  14. Casey Mears Signs With Keyed Up Motorsports

    Casey Mears, who drove the #07 Jack Daniels Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing in 2009, was announced as the new driver for Keyed Up Motorsports on January 20th, and will pilot the #90 Chevy debuting at the 2010 Daytona 500...

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  15. Force-Pedregon Drama: Reasonable Gripe Or Sour Grapes?

    At the US Nationals in Indianapolis on Labor Day Monday, history was made on two occasions: Tony Schumacher became just the second Top Fuel driver to win the US Nationals eight times, ...

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  16. Finalized 2010 IndyCar Schedule Breaks Season Into Four Segments

    The Indy Racing League (IRL) recently announced their finalized schedule for 2010, and it's broken into four distinct parts emphasizing road courses and oval tracks. The first four races of the season (Brazil, St...

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  17. Time Is Running Out To Vote For NASCAR Hall Of Fame

    Fans have until Tuesday, September 15th to vote for their five picks for the inaugural class into the NASCAR Hall of Fame. The first class will be announced in October, with the induction ceremony in May 2010 when the Hall of Fame opens in Charlotte, NC.

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  18. Fisher Thinks Pink Suits Her For IndyCar Series Finale

    Sarah Fisher announced her upcoming partnership with Susan G. Komen for the Cure today, as Sarah Fisher Racing paints her recently obtained Dallara pink for the Indy Racing League's season-ending race at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Saturday, Oct...

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