Legend race car fitted for adaptive athlete driver

In designing a race car, sometimes the smallest tweak can make the biggest difference on the track. For one Legend car, it was a big set of alterations that could have a lasting impact felt far from any speedway.

Oval master: Allmendinger wins on NASCAR oval for 1st time

A.J. Allmendinger won a NASCAR oval race for the first time in his long career. Taking advantage of mistakes by the three leaders, the 38-year-old Californian cruised to victory by nearly 2 seconds over pole-sitter Noah Gragson in the Xfinity Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

A million dollar memory

It was 35 years ago this season that Bill Elliott clinched the first ever “Winston Million” at the famed track known as the “The Lady in Black!”  And in doing so, he helped launch the sport into the intense popularity it would enjoy for the next quarter century.

Area racetrack cancels plans to reopen this weekend

Update, 9:40pm: Tuesday night, Winder Barrow Speedway officials announced they are no longer reopening on Saturday night. Tuesday afternoon, governor Brian Kemp announced a continuation on the state's ban on large gatherings. According to track promoter Stephen House, that was a big factor in their decision to not race on Saturday.

Georgia company shines with rise of eNASCAR

With the emergence of eNASCAR during the COVID-19 pandemic, drivers are turning to online racing through the platform iRacing. The steering wheel and pedal control setups can vary from driver to driver. Some are very basic, but the Rolls Royce of setups comes from the Marietta based company SimCraft.

Famed endurance race returns to Road Atlanta

It's a grueling, 10-hour race that draws drivers from around the world. And right now, those drivers (not to mention thousand of fans) are packing into Braselton's Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta ahead of this year's Motul Petit Le Mans.