Feds Launch Investigation Into Ex-Con Racing Champ Scott Tucker

Two-time American Le Mans Series Champion Scott Tucker and his team Level 5 Motorsports turned a small fortune into checkered flags, but now the Federal Trade Commission is investigating the deceptive business practices that funded his racing dreams. » 4/09/12 10:00am 4/09/12 10:00am

How An American Racing Rookie Made History At 200 Mph

Last week, at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, a rookie from Leawood, Kansas made history. Scott Tucker was the first American allowed to race one of Audi's multimillion-dollar, 200-mph diesel prototypes. Amazingly, he was fast. » 6/24/10 12:30pm 6/24/10 12:30pm

2010 12 Hours Of Sebring Gallery: This Is Your Endurance Race, America

The 12 Hours of Sebring is one of the oldest motorsport events in the country, a day-long torture test that takes place on one of the roughest circuits in the world. Amazing glow-in-the-dark eye candy below the jump. » 4/15/10 5:15pm 4/15/10 5:15pm