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  • All Hail Kevin Harvick
    Four races into the NASCAR 2015 season
    One can only wonder how far can Kevin Harvick go. One thing for sure is that he is going there fast! Freaky Fast! It has been some time since we have seen a driver come into his second season with a new team and dominate in which he has. Stewart...
  • David to Goliath
    Basic cars need not be boring
    Nano means small, extremely small.India is not small by any measure. One of its largest vehicle manufacturers, Tata Motors, has produced Mercedes trucks under licence since the 1950s. Industry insiders know Tata as a company producing quality...
  • Tony Stewart's famous number 14 Chevy SS
    Tony Stewart off to a horrible 2015 season
    When NASCAR went into it's off season, Tony Stewart told everyone that he was still a little behind in the new car. He was not very happy that he could not get into victory lane. This year started off with Stewart declaring that he was still...
  • Glenn Cunningham
    Glenn Cunningham was born to run
    Born on August 4, 1909 in Atlanta, Kansas, Glenn Cunningham was dealt a severe blow in his early years, but went on to show the world the champion residing within him.While a boy in school, Glenn was trapped in a fire that badly burned both his...
  • Runnin' of the Green
    Colorado running and racing in the spring of 2015
    Excitement is building for Colorado runners in early March. Long cold months of training, often in the dark of night, have passed since many resolved to make 2015 their year to get in shape and join the community of athletes in a lifestyle of...
  • Joey Lagano
    One of the best Daytona 500 in years
    The 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season is now well under way after Sunday's running of the Daytona 500. The pole sitter for this year's race was three time 500 winner Jeff Gordon, who ran his final Daytona 500 after announcing his...
  • Tony Stewart
    Tony Stewart is the forward-thinking racer
    Of all the bad things that have happened to Three time NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion Tony Stewart over the last two years, you would think that he would be ready to just sit back and relax and perhaps think of retiring. Guess what... that is not in...
  • Winter Series II
    2015 PPRR Winter Series progress at the halfway point
    On Jan. 24, 2015 a fast and enthusiastic field of runners from all over the front range and as far away as Johnston, Iowa converged upon the Norris Penrose Event Center to test their skills on the snowy dirt paths of Bear Creek Park at the base of...
  • One of the Most Diverse Clubs on Mission Bay
    San Diego Outrigger Canoe Club strives for diversity
    Ex-Navy Seal Dee VanWinkle founded the San Diego Outrigger Canoe Club (SDOCC) in 1983. In a few years, it became one of the prominent Outrigger Canoe Clubs located on Mission Bay, San Diego, California. After finding himself back on mainland...
  • James Dean Rebel Without a Cause statue
    Car burnouts, spin outs, and wipe outs are as American as James Dean and Elvis
    Ford Motor Company announced this week the introduction of special new feature on their new line of Mustangs.The good ol’ American practice of burnouts, spinouts and wipeouts has become so popular that the new 2015 Ford Mustang models offers...
  • Dale Jr
    Buying NASCAR diecast cars and collectibles
    If you go to the NASCAR website you will find the superstore that sells anything and everything NASCAR. Every year at this time they will have sales on the prior year's cars, clothes, etc. You can find some great items for sale, but you have...
  • Tony Stewart and Kevin Harvick
    NASCAR gearing up for 2015
    Teams are done with their short vacation/holiday season and are working on their Daytona speed week cars. Kevin Harvick is coming off of his best season ever with the Sprint Cup Championship for Stewart-Haas Racing. Owner of the number 4 car is...
  • Winter Series
    Resolve to run
    Each year's end is a time for reflection and planning and for some that planning includes getting in shape. The holidays with their bountiful feasts have taken their toll on waistlines and maybe pants are feeling a bit snug and belts a bit too...
  • Tony Stewart
    Tony Stewart looking forward to a great year
    Last year Tony Stewart had several problems that were well documented. The tragedy at the sprint cup race that took the life of Kevin Ward, Jr. to the learning of the new car setups. Then there was his recovery and his broken leg from 2013. After...
  • Winter Series and Pikes Peak
    Winter running and racing in the Colorado Front Range in 2015
    If your New Year's Resolution is going to be to get in shape by logging some miles on foot, 2015 looks to be a good year to get a new start. There are a number of winter races to help generate interest and motivation including a winter race...