The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Was Saved From Destruction 67 Years Ago Today

November 14th, 1945, Tony Hulman, a businessman from Terre Haute, IN., purchased the famed but rundown Indianapolis Motor Speedway from Eddie Rickenbacker for $750,000. It was this purchase that brought the fabled Speedway back from the ashes of World War ll and turned it into the World's Greatest Race Course. »11/14/12 4:30pm11/14/12 4:30pm

If You Think Driving On An Oval Is Easy You're An Idiot

The general consensus is that driving on an oval is easy. After all, it's just a big wide circle where the driver only turns left. How hard can it be? And why would you want to race on something so simplistic in the first place, when you have amazing road courses like Laguna Seca and the Watkins Glen at your disposal? »9/18/12 2:00pm9/18/12 2:00pm