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Marcos Ambrose has hauled his season back on track just in time for the "lottery" that is the Daytona speedway. Ambrose was able to bounce back from the toughest week of his career to finish 13th at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the Lennox
N.H. (AP) — Jimmie Johnson is back in championship form. He surged past Kurt Busch with two laps left to win the Sprint Cup race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Busch grabbed the lead Sunday with about seven
N.H. (AP) — The IndyCar Series will return to New Hampshire Motor Speedway in July 2011. The open-wheel series will end its 13-year absence from the track July 30-31, 2011.
In an effort to accommodate a growing population, bench seats in the grandstand will be 2 inches wider than the previous industry standard of 18 inches in time for next year's event...The weekend will include Sprint Cup qualifying on Friday, the Sam'
a victory by Dale Earnhardt Jr. "Little E" is still the most popular driver on the circuit, which is in Sonoma for today's Toyota/Save Mart 350. However, he hasn't won a Sprint Cup race in more than two years and only three since 2005.
Sprint Cup schedule that can reverse the fortunes of Australian driver Marcos Ambrose, it may be Sunday's Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Infineon Raceway. Plagued by mechanical issues, track mistakes and plain bad luck, Ambrose is 30th in the Sprint Cup
Nationwide and Sprint Cup race to DVR, keeping tabs on his company's most visible car salesmen. Roger Penske often texts him results he makes sure to carve out time in his packed schedule to drink in one of racing's more remarkable survivor stories...
Notes Fresh off his highly publicized encounter with Kevin Harvick last week atPocono, Joey Logano enters this week's Nationwide race as the two-timedefending champion. Currently eighth on the points list, Logano was bumped byHarvick and was put into
Busch posted a lap of 156.481 m.p.h. around the one-mile, concrete-surfaced track for his second pole of the season and the sixth of his truck career. His fellow Sprint Cup Series competitor, Elliott Sadler, will start on the outside pole after
Jeff Burton considers it embarrassing not to have an automatic berth in this year's Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Martin Truex Jr. calls missing the 2009 exhibition event heartbreaking. Both Burton and Truex will be on the