The Horses Beat the Cars

In our recent story about indoor auto racing in Syracuse, New York [Honey, I Shrunk the Race Track], we noted how few one-mile dirt tracks remain in operation, when decades ago such tracks were part of the same National Championship as the Indianapolis 500.  This May,...

NASCAR Doubles Down at Pocono

When NASCAR announced its 2020 schedule for the Cup series, it shook things up more than it has since the formation of the “playoffs” (originally called the “chase”) in 2004, and perhaps more than it has since the “modern era” schedule was adopted in 1972. A great...

The Safari Effect

Colton Herta won the NTT Indycar Series’ race at the Circuit of the Americas on March 24, thereby putting himself in the record books not only for the victory, his first in an Indycar and the first Indycar race run at the splashy Texas facility, but also for becoming...

Honey, I Shrunk the Race Track

In 1903, the first automobile race was run on the one-mile dirt oval at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, New York, and in 2015 the last such race was run.  The track, built originally in 1826 for horse racing, was razed following the 2015 event and the site...

The Drivin’ ‘O the Green

This St. Patrick’s Day, celebrate both Irish pride and the arrival of Spring by taking a drive in your 1959 Shamrock. What, you don’t own a Shamrock, the “Irish T-Bird” built in Ireland?  Well, don’t fret.  Almost no one owns a Shamrock.  Fewer than a dozen were...
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