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Earlier this year, as Denny Hamlin piloted his No. 11 FedEx Toyota Camry to his third career Daytona 500 victory, fundamental concepts of aerodynamics were at play when his car surpassed 200 miles per hour -- speeds routinely achieved by NASCAR Cup Series drivers at Daytona International Speedway. For 500 miles on race day, the […]
In 1985, you couldn't ask for a better duo battling it out for a win at Bristol Motor Speedway. That's exactly what we got with Dale Earnhardt and Ricky Rudd, who combined to lead 377 out of the 500 laps in the 1985 Valleydale 500. Rudd looked to be in control with 25 laps to […]
Der Motorrad-Weltverband FIM und Vermarkter BSI haben Landshut das erste Semifinale des Speedway der Nationen aberkannt. Wir erklären, wie Fans ihr Geld für bereits bezahlte Tickets zurückbekommen.
Brad Keselowski has known Dale Earnhardt Jr. would one day be nominated for the NASCAR Hall of Fame since 2014. In fact, the realization hit when Keselowski tried -- and failed -- to take the lead from Earnhardt in the Daytona 500 that year. Earnhardt was just too good. In this "Brad Keselowski breakdown," the […]
The COVID-19 outbreak has thrown the world of motorcycling – and indeed, the world – into a state of chaos. Entire countries are in lockdown to try to prevent the spread of the virus, and avoid their healthcare systems from being overwhelmed. With the health of populations the utmost priority, motorcycle racing has taken a back seat. Event after event, in every discipline, has been postponed or canceled.It has been a tough start for Jorge Viegas, in just his second year as FIM president. As head of motorcycling's governing body, the Portuguese former journalist has the task of coordinating with race and event promoters around the world, to try to find a way of salvaging as much as possible of the 2020 motorcycling season.It is an unenviable position, as this interview carried out by Israeli journalist and TV commentator Tammy Gorali makes clear. Together, Gorali and Viegas cover a vast range of subjects, from how the FIM has responded to the developing outbreak of the coronavirus, to the measures being put in place to deal with it by the FIM and Dorna, and what will happen once the lockdowns are lifted.Viegas explains how a MotoGP development freeze is to be implemented for the 2020 season, how many races will be needed for a world championship to be organized, and what options are under consideration as far as racing in January or combining MotoGP and WorldSBK weekends. The FIM president also emphasizes how important it will be for racing to happen once its possible, to give people some much-needed release after a long period of confinement and restrictions.But Viegas starts off by telling Tammy Gorali about his first reactions to the outbreak of COVID-19, and how quickly the situation got out of control.
Having qualified only sixth, Ferrari’s Jean Alesi didn’t much look like a contender for victory when he made an awful getaway and made matters worse by spinning at Turn 1, narrowly missing his teammate Gerhard Berger but succeeding in causing a chain-reaction crash behind him – Tyrrell’s Mika Salo being rear-ended by a flying Luca Badoer (Minardi). Ligier’s Olivier Panis went off on the ...Keep reading