1. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: Week Nine

    It's the lull before the storm! With NASCAR and the WTCC taking a week off before their next rounds the limelight was left for the World Rally guys to take...

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  2. The Top 10 Eponymous F1 Teams

    As Brawn GP continue to amaze and confuse all of us by showing unexpected speed at the latest pre-season test, let's a take a look back at the dying breed Brawn are just the latest edition to - F1 teams named after their owner/founders...

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  3. Helio Castroneves' Prison Given Money To Improve Security (Satire)

    While Indycar Series star and Dancing with the Stars winner Helio Castroneves is embroiled in a complex tax-fraud case in Miami, the as-of-yet unnamed prison he is likely to be sentenced to has ...

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  4. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: Week Eight

    Hooray!! Proper track racing that turns right occasionally (and no A1GP and Grand-Am don't count). The World Touring Car Championship got under way in Curitiba, Brazil at the weekend, ...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 5 years ago 159 reads 8 comments

  5. Sebastien Loeb Questioning Rallying Future, Heading to Sportscars?

    In an interview published in British-based motorsport magazine Autosport, the multiple rally world champion Sebastien Loeb has cast doubt on whether he will continue in the sport when ...

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  6. The Danica Effect: 21st Century Women In Motorsport

    Has Europe found its version of Danica Patrick? Is that woman Natacha Gachnang? While researching for a different article (which should appear later in the year) I stumbled across a picture. That picture is the photo atop this piece of writing...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 5 years ago 1,291 reads 10 comments

  7. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: Week Seven

    What happened to the squirrel?! During last night's Cup race the broadcast team mentioned how they gophers (Digger) and squirrels. Then Denny Hamlin went for a spin so the squirrel story was cut off...

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  8. 2009 Le Mans 24 Hours Entries Revealed

    The Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO), organisers of the Le Mans 24 Hours every June have released the list of the lucky 55 entries who can look forward to racing round the Circuit de ...

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  9. Is USF1 a Case of Patriotism Before Points?

    Are USF1 in danger of shooting themselves in the foot with their own American gun? Since reports surfaced that a new American-based team was looking to enter Formula One, the rumour ...

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  10. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: Week Six

    Mardi Gras! While Americans get beads, beer and mostly naked ladies deep into the night, we Brits have a more sedate celebration, involving pancakes! Don't get me wrong, I love ...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 5 years ago 221 reads 8 comments

  11. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: Week Five

    Jeremy Lusk, Freestyle Motorcross rider, who died last week following a crash at an event in Costa Rica. You'll probably be glad to know that neither Brian Vickers or Dale Earnhardt Jr make ...

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  12. The 2009 Daytona 500: A Tale Of Two NASCARs

    As I sat watching the opening portion of the Daytona 500 last night my mind was switching between different things. Firstly, I was watching the ticker to keep track of a few different drivers, cursing or smiling where appropriate...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 5 years ago 109 reads 2 comments

  13. Are The Little Teams Here for the Long Run?

    It took Joe Gibbs Racing eight Cup seasons before Bobby Labonte lifted their first title in 2000. Rick Hendrick had to wait over a decade for the first of Jeff Gordon's cups, while Jack Roush ...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 5 years ago 127 reads 3 comments

  14. Peugeot Confirm Sebring 12-Hour Entry

    With the American Le Mans Series (and serious sportscar) curtain raiser at Sebring still over a month away, a stellar field appears to be assembling for the 57th running of the once-around-the-clock race...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 5 years ago 85 reads 3 comments

  15. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: Week Four

    Gentlemen, start your engines!! The racing season continues gathering steam and with NASCAR back up and running the successful (or otherwise) drivers from the weekend dominate the rankings...

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  16. My 2009 Motorsport Predictions

    It has come to that time, when we as fans (and sometime writers) tend to take the jump off the cliff of fact and history, clutching to the life-ring of knowledge, into the sea of guess work, ...

    James Broomhead Written by James Broomhead about over 5 years ago 249 reads 6 comments

  17. American Team Look To Enter F1

    A new American team is reported to being looking to enter Formula 1 in 2010. The Web site of UK-based motorsport magazine Autosport is reporting a new team, currently known simply as USF1 is making moves to enter the sport...

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  18. Is It Time NASCAR Did Something About The Owner Points?

    For the second offseason in a row a NASCAR team has manipulated the owner points system for its own good. For the second year running that team is Penske Racing. For the second year it benefits Sam Hornish...

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  19. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: Week Three

    Cover Photo this week is the late Teddy Meyer, bending over Emerson Fittipaldi in the car. If you don't know who Teddy Meyer is, I suggest you do what I did and read some of the articles produced ...

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  20. Indycar In 2009: Right Place, Wrong Time

    Is the newly united Indycar Series in danger of being still born, or at least smothered by the gathering economic gloom? A year ago I was happily relaying news of the merger on my ...

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  21. Le Mans Organisers Herald "Halcyon Days"

    The Le Mans 24 hours organisers, the Auto Club de L'ouest (ACO) have today announced they have received 82 entries for the 2009 edition of the endurance, scheduled to take place June 13-14...

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  22. Are Audi Making an Error With the R15?

    Audi, the German car giant, have dominated worldwide Le Mans series racing in recent years, including by being the winning manufacturer of the last five overall Le Mans 24-hour winners...

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  23. The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: Week Two

    Look everyone, it's Sebastien Loeb!! He's not in the rankings this week, but I'm hoping his picture on the cover might make some of the Loeb fans take back theri contract hits they rdered for me after last week...

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  24. NASCAR: In Need of a Good Year

    It’s all about Pressure in sports. Pressure from the fans. Pressure from the sponsors...

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  25. Scott Riggs Takes Seat at Tommy Baldwin Racing

    It has been announced that Scott Riggs, ousted after Tony Stewart bought into Haas CNC, is to take the race seat at the newly formed Tommy Baldwin Racing...

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