Drivers Matt Kenseth and Hershel McGriff and crew chief Kirk Shelmerdine have been selected to the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Mike Helton was named the Landmark Award winner for outstanding contributions to the sport Wednesday during a ceremony at the NASCAR Hall of Fame. The group will officially be inducted into the Hall of Fame on Jan. 20. Kenseth was a first ballot selection, Shelmerdine was voted in on his third try and McGriff his seventh. Kenseth and Shelmerdine were voted in on the modern day ballot, while McGriff made it in on the pioneer ballot.
Geri Horner is heading to the Australian Grand Prix with her husband Christian Horner.
Former Formula 1 champion Sir Jackie Stewart was shocked to find that there was no cure for dementia when his wife Helen was diagnosed with the condition in 2014.
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The Daytona 500 is NASCAR’s premier event, attracting millions of viewers each year.
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Max Verstappen has ended Sir Lewis Hamilton's F1 championship reign.
The museum plans to add more displays for NASCAR and off-road racing and grow its land speed, drag racing and custom show car displays. It also plans more interactive displays for youth and families.
FAIRMONT, Minn. (AP) — An auto racing announcer in southern Minnesota is out for the rest of the season following a racist rant he made during…