Oregon, WI -- The youth movement in motorsports can be traced back to the mid-1980s when a young – then 13-year-old – Jeff Gordon made a splash driving winged sprint cars. He found early success and made the transition to stock car racing at the end of the 1990 season, and when he started winning […]

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In 1981, forty-year-old Joe Gibbs started his professional football head coaching career with five straight losses. A tough start for sure, but his Washington Redskins team would recover to win eight of their final eleven games and end the season at 8-8.   The slow start belies what would become an NFL Hall of Fame […]

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The saying goes that April showers bring May flowers.  A trying April in the ARCA Menards Series and rain throughout the weekend at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville couldn't keep Christian Eckes driver from starting May in victory lane.   Eckes started alongside pole-sitter Chandler Smith to begin the 200-lap event, postponed from Saturday due to rain.  […]

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When the checkered flag flew on the 2019 Daytona 500, Joe Gibbs Racing celebrated the organization's third win in The Great American Race and driver Denny Hamlin celebrated his second win in the sport's biggest event in four years. Although it has been a stellar start to the year on the track, off the track […]

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Coming off an emotional victory at Myrtle Beach Speedway in the 4th Annual Icebreaker, Ty Gibbs has filed an entry for the ARCA Pensacola 200 on March 9 at Five Flags Speedway.   At 16 years old Ty Gibbs, Joe's grandson and Coy's son, is the youngest member of the Joe Gibbs Racing family.   […]

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The National Motorsports Appeal Panel upheld penalties issued to DGR-Crosley, owner David Gilliland, and driver Ty Gibbs for an unapproved NASCAR K&N Pro Series East test.   With the punishment upheld, the three-race suspension for Gibbs and Gilliland stand, along with $5,000 fines for both individuals, as well as a 100-point penalty in the drivers' […]

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Derek Kraus played his cards right over and over again Monday night at New Smyrna Speedway.  After starting the race back in the 16th position, Kraus used a perfect mixture of patience and aggressiveness to win the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East season opener.   Driving for Bill McAnally Racing, the Wisconsin native took the […]

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