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Racing News: New IRL Engine Formula Coming in 2012

This week's highlights: Honda wants competition from another engine manufacturer in the IRL; the International Speedway Corp. loses $31.7 million in the second quarter; and Dennis Erb Jr. wins UMP DIRTcar Summer Nationals championship.

Racing News: Controversial Comments Put F1 Chief Eccelstone on Defense

Indiana’s Lincoln Park Speedway purchased by Joe Spiker; Martin Truex Jr. to drive Walltrip's No. 55 Toyota in 2010; and team owner Dale Coyne earns the first win in his open-wheel career.

NHRA: Tony Schumacher Nominated for 2009 ESPY Best Driver Award

NHRA drivers look to stay in the hunt heading into the Western Swing; Schumacher nominated for 2009 ESPY Best Driver; dates for upcoming races on the NHRA schedule.

ARMO Highlights New Products Showcase at Carlisle

ARMO Chairman Jim Barber recaps the council's New Products Showcase at Carlisle, as well as educational programs specific to the restoration industry and sponsorship opportunities for council members at the 2009 SEMA Show.

SEMA Ambassadors Recognized for Helping Grow the Industry

The SEMA Member-Get-a-Member Ambassador Program is an unprecedented opportunity for SEMA members to gain the satisfaction of contributing to the growth of the automotive industry and our association while gaining valuable recognition.

Movers & Shakers: Kevin Kramer; Cruisin’ Hall of Fame Inductees Announced; Covercraft Purchases Global Accessories Assets

Alcoa promotes Kevin Kramer; Cruisin’ Hall of Fame Inductees Announced; Covercraft Purchases Most Assets of Global Accessories; the Automotive Communication Council (ACC) name new officers and board of governors for 2009; and more.

Racing News: IRL, NASCAR Futures in Doubt at The Milwaukee Mile

IRL and NASCAR still seeking sanctioning fees from promoters of The Milwaukee Mile; IRL may hold two events in Brazil in 2010; and Advance Auto Parts ends 10-year relationship with the Super DIRTcar series.
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