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Ashley Sutton secured a surprise pole position for the opening round of the 2019 BTCC season, beating former teammate Jason Plato in an incident-packed qualifying at Brands Hatch.
After coming so close to winning last season, Hailie Deegan was not to be denied again in Las Vegas.
K&N Pro Series West Series driver Derek Kraus made a daring pass for lead and held on after a late caution to pick up his seventh career win.
The Motorsport.com NASCAR team previews NASCAR's first road course race of the 2018 season at Sonoma Raceway.
Hershel McGriff’s more than 70-year racing career is not over just yet.
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The grid for the 2018 BTCC season is set, following the news that Josh Price will continue to race for Team BMR this year in a third Subaru Levorg.
Kevin Harvick’s NASCAR winning streak ended when he got knocked out of the lane in Thursday night’s K&N Pro Series West Series season opener.
For the first time in 19 years, Kevin Harvick has the chance to win a NASCAR race in his hometown of Bakersfield, Calif.
The season opener for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East highlights nine nights of short track racing at New Smyrna (Fla.) Speedway.
The California 16-year-old driver will run full K&N West schedule with veteran team owner Bill McAnally and also compete in select East events.
Cole Rouse is returning to NASCAR K&N Pro Series West competition in 2018 with the series’ premier organization.
Team BMR Subaru driver Ash Sutton has been crowned BTCC champion after title rival Colin Turkington was forced to retire from the final race of the weekend at Brands Hatch.
Ash Sutton has lost his third place finish from the second BTCC race at Silverstone and will start race three from the back of the grid.
Jason Plato claimed his first BTCC victory of 2017 at Knockhill after he and teammate Ash Sutton attempted to tactically trade the lead on the final lap.
Jason Plato secured his first BTCC pole position in a year with the fastest time in a frenetic end to Saturday’s qualifying session at Knockhill.