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  • Formula One Fun Facts - The Drivers  By : Toan Dinh
    Formula One tickets travel plans are certainly in hot demand, especially as the sport becomes more popular around the globe. Sports lovers from around the planet are looking to get great deals.
  • Formula 1 Fun Facts - The Cars  By : Toan Dinh
    Formula 1 is undoubtedly one of the most popular sports for auto enthusiasts. It grows in status year after year; in fact, now enters new corners of the earth.
  • An Introduction To NASCAR  By : Gen Wright
    NASCAR is an extremely popular racing event in the United States and it is becoming more so every single day. However, if you are new to the entire scene, things can no doubt be a little confusing.
  • Once Is Not Enough When it Comes to Rally Driving  By : Andrew Jason
    Rally driving is one of the more unique motor sports. Instead of competing on a track, rally driving competitors race against the clock in sections referred to as stages. It is one of the oldest motor sports and it has enjoyed sustained popularity since it developed in Monte Carlo during the early 1900s. Drivers must reach predetermined points, or stages, within a specific time frame. It is a sport that is fast and thrilling. One of reasons the sport has been able to maintain its popularity over
  • With Rally Car Driving, Once is Never Enough  By : Andrew Jason
    Have you ever dreamed of suiting up, strapping down, and taking a spin around a rally car driving course? If so, maybe you were unaware that you donít have to dream about rally car driving any more, just jump in and enroll in a rally school and that dream of yours will turn into one big wonderful reality.
  • Rally school is The Perfect Gift to Yourself or a Friend  By : Andrew Jason
    Have you ever watched a motor sport race and wondered if you have what it takes to be a race car driver? If you have then rally school is the perfect place for you to test your metal. When you enroll in a professionally run rally school you get the chance to make the move from spectator to participant in a safe controlled environment. Once you have given rally school a try the chances are youíll keep coming back for more. Rally car driving is a sport that can get you hooked. Your professionally
  • What Does Dale Earnhardt Jr. Bring To Nascar Besides Racing?  By : Jeff W
    There is no question that Dale Earnhardt Jr. is one of the top racers in Nascar. He has built up a reputable image through fine racing and countless wins. However, racing is not the only thing this incredible person brings to the sport.
  • Automobile Racing-Do You Know How Fast Can Indy Cars Go?  By : snjt
    Just how fast can Indy cars go? Well, to give you an idea, Indy cars can make it down the length of a football field plus some in less then one second. Jet airliners takeoff speeds are between 160 to 180 miles per hour.
  • Nascar and the Critique it Faces  By : Kristi Ambrose
    Some courses of the Formula 1 put up to 5 or 6 G's of stress on the body of the driver. This is totally absent in Nascar. But Nascar has denied these allegations and countered by saying that there are certain race series in which road courses are included. But again it is for a very small percentage of the race.
  • Nascar and the FX Race Technology  By : Kristi Ambrose
    Nascar brought in a synonymous technology to track their cars. But tracking a puck on a hockey field and tracking a car moving at 200 mph on a racing circuit are two different matters entirely. In Nascar, the commentators talk about a car and then the car is spotlighted with a glowing halo around it. It looks incredibly cool on television.
  • Nascar Fan Factor Up Close and Personal  By : Kristi Ambrose
    The brand name commitment of the sports fans is then cashed in by the sponsors. A survey divulged that in order to have their name and logotype on the lid of a top Nascar Nextel cup car, a person and or corporation has to pay $1.5 million! Now that is big money.
  • The Nascar Points Rating System - Then and Now  By : Kristi Ambrose
    From 1949 to 1971, Nascar tried six different point and rating systems before they reached the current rating system. In 1972, Nascar inaugurated a new points system. Then, three various systems were tried for three various years. The systems were strange in some of the cases. Some counted mileage; some counted the finishing position as well as the mileage.
  • The History: Starting Nascar's Engine  By : Kristi Ambrose
    Some of the tracks expended in the initiatory racing circuits are still utilized today. Martinsville Speedway is one of them. Darlington Raceway, which opened in 1950, is another. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which is a popular track on the Nextel Cup circuit, dates back to 1909!
  • Newman and Stewart: Will They Pass or Fail?  By : Danny West
    Anyone who knows anything about NASCAR knows the clean air rule. Every last car on the track handles better out in front of the pack than behind other cars. You hear it time and time again in pre/post-race interviews, from crew chiefs talking strategy and handling, and from former champions in the booth. The further away the leader gets from everyone else, the harder he is to pass.

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