NASCAR Sprint Cup May See Big Changes in 2014

web autoracing.com

Subscribe to AutoRacing.com: NASCAR, F1, News, Reviews, Blogs, Events, Photos and VideosNews FeedSubscribe to AutoRacing.com: NASCAR, F1, News, Reviews, Blogs, Events, Photos and VideosComments

NASCAR Sprint Cup May See Big Changes in 2014

January 20, 2014 by  
Filed under News

While sources remain anonymous and the information unconfirmed, the possibility of NASCAR reinventing the format of the Chase for the Sprint Cup has drawn commentary from many quarters – some positive, but more leaning toward the negative. It’s no secret that NASCAR chairman…

Discover the Excitement of Drifting

January 6, 2014 by  
Filed under Features

The action of drifting, when the rear slip angle of a car is greater that the front slip angle and a loss of traction occurs between tires and track, can occur in different types of auto racing. This may be unintentional, with drivers either spinning off the track or being able to rectify the over-steering that caused the drift, or intentionally, with drivers using the technique to gain an advantage…

Walk of Stars Fame for Nigel Mansell

August 17, 2011 by  
Filed under News

The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a popular attraction in the United States, and it is an honor for celebrities to have their names placed on this piece of pavement. In Birmingham, the United Kingdom, there is also a pavement that displays a host of names, paying tribute to the achievements of those who have made valuable contributions in sport, literature, music, business, film, radio, television and theater, namely the Broad Street Walk of Stars. Its latest inductee is the very deserving Nigel Mansell, who made his mark on the Formula 1 racing industry and is still respected for his achievements.

Fans Rule at Thunderhill Raceway Park

April 27, 2011 by  
Filed under Miscellaneous

Located around seven miles west of Willows in California, Thunderhill Raceway Park is a popular racing venue for both cars and motorcycles and is used by the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) for its events. The three mile track has a total of fifteen turns, but is designed to allow event organizers to reconfigure the course to suit their needs. Thunderhill hosts the longest race in the United States – the annual 25 Hours of Thunderhill – a National Auto Sport Association event supported by the US Air Force.

A Tale of Two Motorsports: Comparing NASCAR and Formula One

February 24, 2011 by  
Filed under Features

Comparing NASCAR and F1 racing is a popular topic on the Internet. NASCAR is simple. All left turning in bulky, simple cars. F1 is complex. Left and right turning in sleek, technologically sophisticated cars. NASCAR is rough and tumble. Bumping and jostling add to the excitement. F1 is refined and elegant. Contact between cars spoils the precise aerodynamics and handling. As for the drivers, it is said that the best race in F1 and the rest race elsewhere. The comparisons by bloggers and racing analysts, no matter how erroneous, go on and on.

Next Page »