COMMERCE, GA - Chad Brewer made the day at the races at Atlanta Dragway Saturday one to remember, as he won all the rounds and took all the points available in both Pro class and Open Comp class.<br />
Brewer, of Canton, GA first scored the win in the Open Comp class. Brewer entered his '73 Nova into the show, and found himself facing "Fireman Joe" Rampley's '85 Gainesville, GA based Oldsmobile in the final. Brewer reacted first with a better 0.009 second time (Rampley's reaction time was 0.017) and posted a 0.01 second over 6.874 at 97.12 mph (6.86 dial) for the win. Rampley crossed the finish line stripe 0.02 seconds later with a 5.800 at 110.69 on a 5.77 dial. Bobby McNair ('82 Mustang
It was another year for the record books in 2014, mostly for the right reasons -- state championships, new challenges and new stars taking their turn to shine. But there were also plenty of big stories that reminded us that sports -- like life -- isn
TULSA, OK - The 29th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Midget Nationals presented by General Tire is on track to be a record smashing event, with the entry count climbing over the 300 mark for the first time to 316 entries confirming 303 drivers for the indoor spectacular happening Tuesday, January 13 through Saturday, January 17 at the Tulsa Expo Center in Tulsa, OK.
Mike Smith's status as the winningest coach in Falcons history wasn't enough to save his job. Owner Arthur Blank said he fired Smith on Monday because in his "heart of hearts" he didn't believe Smith could take the Falcons to the Super Bowl.
CHARLOTTE, NC--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- When Marsh Racing and longtime team sponsor Whelen Engineering Company, Inc. got the opportunity to put together a race team for 2015, they looked closely at the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East.
TULSA, OK - For the past couple years, the entry list for the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals has flirted with the 300 mark. Once again, the number of teams registering for the indoor Midget event is nearing the three century mark with 285 entries received for the 29th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals.
While several drivers and teams are now breathing a sigh of relief having escaped the “Monster Mile” at Dover International Speedway in Dover, Del., others felt cursed by their bad luck – or perhaps at some aggressive driving on another driver's part.