Two Riders Killed In Crash During MotoAmerica Race At Laguna Seca

Two riders lost their lives during a multiple-bike crash on the first lap of Sunday’s MotoAmerica Superbike/Superstock 1000 Race 2. Per MotoAmerica, racers Bernat Martinez, 35, and Daniel Rivas Fernandez, 27, both of Spain, both died of injuries sustained in the wreck after being transported to local hospitals.
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Motorsports Mourns The Loss Of Formula One Driver Jules Bianchi

The entire world of motorsports is in mourning today, as young Formula One driver Jules Bianchi passed away last night from injuries sustained at last year’s Japanese Grand Prix. Here are some of the condolences and memories shared by friends, competitors and other figures in motorsport.
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A Texas Woman Is Actually Buried In Her Ferrari

"Bury me in my car when I die." A lot of us have said that in jest, especially when we come to own an awesome car like a Subaru XT6 or whatever. But one woman in San Antonio, Texas actually did it, and if you're ever in the Alamo City you can stop by the cemetery where she's buried in her 1964 Ferrari and pay your… » 2/20/15 9:20pm 2/20/15 9:20pm

Out-Of-Control Motorcycle Kills Corner Marshal At Florida Track Day

Veteran corner worker Robert Hoffstetter was struck by an out of control Yamaha R1 at a Florida Track Days event on Sunday at Palm Beach International Raceway, according to reports. Hoffstetter was transported via helicopter to St. Mary's Medical Center in nearby West Palm Beach, but he passed away from the injuries… » 12/30/14 4:48pm 12/30/14 4:48pm

Auto Industry Remembers Patrick Hespen With A 2,100 Horsepower Salute

Patrick Hespen, fellow car enthusiast and PR rep for multiple car companies, passed away last week and at his funeral three Hellcats showed up for a "2,100 horsepower salute" to recognize a person beloved by many. Fellow gearheads at a wide range of car companies showed up with performance cars to rev as his casket… » 12/23/14 5:50pm 12/23/14 5:50pm

Fundraiser For Family Of Young Miata Fan Now Extremely Close To Goal

On Monday night, we brought you the story of the fundraising effort for the family of Thomas Jost, the 19-year-old Miata fan who died of a rare disease last weekend. Bolstered by our post and one from our friends at Autoblog, the GoFundMe for Jost's family is now at $18,225 of its $20,000 goal. » 9/13/14 4:36pm 9/13/14 4:36pm