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- Ken de la Bastide: A week of mixed emotions It has been a week of mixed emotions as there were both highs and lows for members of the local racing community. The bad news and good news is about drivers, crew members and the announcer at Anderson Speedway, names that are familiar to most racing fans in Indiana.
Ken de la Bastide: Anderson Speedway announces 2014 schedule
With a foot of snow on the ground and sub-zero temperatures it’s a little hard to think about the racing season, but Daytona Speed weeks are a little over a month away.
- Ken de la Bastide: Santa's gifts for the racing community Since its Christmas morning, I have put together a list of gifts that those in the racing community might want to see under their Christmas tree from Santa Claus.
- CRA announces 2014 Super Series schedule The Champion Racing Association Super Series will be contesting seven races during the 2014 season in the Hoosier State.
Paul Page returning as voice of IMS Radio Network
Longtime motorsports announcer Paul Page will return to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network as its lead announcer next season.
- Ken de la Bastide:Where does Johnson rank? Ever since Jimmie Johnson captured his sixth Sprint Cup championship there has been an on-going debate as to where he ranks among the all-time great NASCAR drivers.
- Ken de la Bastide: End of a NASCAR era Almost quietly over the weekend as the Sprint Cup season came to an end, three veteran drivers probably saw their storied careers come to a close. Mark Martin, Jeff Burton and Bobby Labonte may never strap themselves into the driver’s seat and don their safety helmets again.
Ken de la Bastide: Johnson on verge of title
Unless there is a total meltdown by Jimmie Johnson’s team this weekend in Florida, the California driver will be hoisting the Sprint Cup championship trophy.
- Ken de la Bastide: Saving pavement sprint car racing Back in the 1970s when I first moved to the Hoosier State, pavement sprint car racing was sanctioned through USAC, with plenty of racing on tracks in central Indiana. Since then, times have changed.
Ken de la Bastide: Chase coming down to the wire
With both Matt Kenseth and Jimmie Johnson surviving the two toughest tracks in the Sprint Cup Chase for the title, it appears the champion won't be crowned until the final race of the year. Kenseth and his Joe Gibbs
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