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Zuber Wins, but Hamilton Steals the Show

To many Formula One fans, the 1979 French Grand Prix at Dijon is regarded as one of the finest pieces of racing ever seen. Jean-Pierre Jabouille took the win, but the race is remembered not for his solid drive to first place, but for the battle behind him for second position between Gilles Villeneuve and René Arnoux. Read More »

Lowe’s Fernandez Racing on the Podium at Infineon Raceway

The #12 Lowe's Fernandez Racing Pontiac Riley duo of Adrian Fernandez and Mario Haberfeld waged a furious battle for victory today in the Grand American Rolex Series Sonoma 250 at Infineon Raceway and came home with a third-place finish for the team's second podium of the season and fourth top-five run in the last seven outings. Read More »

Allmendinger Wins Action-Packed Race at Denver

In front of his hometown fans, A.J. Allmendinger won an action-packed Denver Grand Prix Sponsored by Bridgestone today and moved up to second position in the Championship, marking Allmendinger's fourth win in the last six races. Read More »

Fuller Holds on for Top Spot; Hight, Anderson, Smith also Maintain Leads

Defending Memphis champion "Hot Rod" Fuller held onto the No. 1 position in Top Fuel through Saturday's heat to claim the second low qualifier award of his career with a 4.575 at 318.54 mph. Fuller will lead fellow low qualifiers Robert Hight (Funny Car), Greg Anderson (Pro Stock), and Matt Smith (Pro Stock Motorcycle) into Sunday afternoon's elimination action at the $1.6 million O'Reilly Mid-South Nationals, the 17th of 23 races on the $50 million POWERade Drag Racing Series. Read More »