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Racing News: Dallara Named IndyCar Chassis Supplier Beginning 2012

Dallara has been selected by the IZOD IndyCar Series to serve as the chassis supplier for the series beginning in 2012; World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series veteran Steve Kinser won his seventh Kings Royal sprint-car classic and its $50,000 payday; Daniel Hemric bagged $250,000 for winning the inaugural Legends Million held Saturday at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina; and more.

Racing News: Mark Webber Takes Third Win of F1 Season at British Grand Prix

Racing News: Mark Niver, 60, of Scottsdale, Arizona, died during a top-end accident during the semifinal round of eliminations for the Top Alcohol Dragster class during the NHRA Northwest Nationals at Pacific Raceways in Kent, Washington; NASCAR and most of the sport's top teams have come together to form the NASCAR Teams Licensing Trust; Audie Swartz, a pioneer racer who finished second in the first Knoxville Nationals in 1961, died on June 30; Adam Parr was promoted from his role as CEO of the Williams F-1 team to chairman; and more.

Racing News: Will Power Ends "Penske Curse" at Watkins Glen

Racing news: The NASCAR Hall of Fame has revealed the 25 nominees for the 2011 class, of which 20 are repeats from 2010; Earnhardt Childress Racing Engines has worked out an agreement to supply engines to the No. 99 Gainsco Daytona Prototype Grand Am Rolex Series team; Will Power put an end to the “Penske Curse” at Watkins Glen (New York) International Sunday, giving car owner Roger Penske his first IZOD IndyCar Series triumph at the historic facility; and more.

NHRA: Leaders Look to Hold on During Grueling Western Swing—3 Races in 3 Weeks

The 2010 Full Throttle Drag Racing Series will make its 14th stop on the schedule this weekend in Seattle, the first stop of the famed Western Swing, a grueling stretch of three-races-in-three weeks.

Racing News: Next-Gen NASCAR Cars Debut Friday in Daytona

NATIONWIDE DEBUT: The next generation NASCAR Nationwide Series cars will make their debut this Friday during the Subway Jalapeno 250 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida.

KING OF SPRINT WEEK: Tim Shaffer may have won three events during the 28th annual O’Reilly All Star Circuit of Champions Ohio Sprint Speedweek, but 18-year-old David Gravel walked away with the overall crown Sunday at Fremont Speedway.

TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN: Nobuhiro Tajima claimed the overall and unlimited class titles for the fifth-straight year during the 88th annual Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Racing News: IndyCar Makes Possible Return to New Hampshire in 2011

Racing news: The IZOD IndyCar Series is expected to formally announce later this week that it will return to New Hampshire Motor Speedway to race in 2011 for the first time since the 1998 season when Tony Stewart was the winner at the one-mile oval; Former Funny Car racer Ed “Ace” McCulloch, who has tuned the Flopper steered by Ron Capps for many years, will be replaced by former John Force Racing crew chief John Medlen, beginning this weekend in Norwalk, Ohio. Medlen joined the Don Schumacher Racing team several months ago. McCulloch will remain with the team in another capacity; and more.

NHRA: Larry Dixon Ties Joe Amato for Most SuperNationals Wins in Top Fuel

NHRA news: Larry Dixon collects his sixth Top Fuel win of the season and Bob Tasca earns his first win of the season in Funny Car at the 41st annual NHRA SuperNationals at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park; NHRA signs Lucas Oil as the presenting sponsor of the NHRA Unleashed events that will take place across the country; and upcoming events announced by the NHRA.

Racing News: NASCAR to Change Front Bumper Shape on Sprint Cup Cars for 2011

Top Alcohol Funny Car driver Neal Parker was killed Friday during a high-speed accident at the NHRA SuperNationals at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park in Englishtown, New Jersey; American Le Mans Series-sanctioned Petit Le Mans and 12 Hours of Sebring will be part of the Automobile Club de l’Ouest Intercontinental Le Mans Cup next year; Audi sweeps the top three positions during the annual 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race; and NASCAR has mandates a change to the front of the NASCAR Sprint Cup cars for the 2011 season.

Racing News: New IndyCar Engine Formula Allows 2.4L Turbo Sixes in 2012

New engine formula that allows for turbocharged engines at a maximum of six cylinders and a maximum displacement of 2.4 cu. l. may open the door for more manufacturers in the IZOD IndyCar Series; Levi Jones wins three of the four USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car Series events during “Eastern Storm” tour; Formula One World Championship leader Mark Webber signs a one-year contract extension to remain with the Red Bull Racing team; and more racing news.

NHRA: Larry Dixon Moves to Second in All-Time Top Fuel Wins

Dixon takes his fifth win of the season and Hagan wins second of Career in Chicago; Edwards earns sixth win of the season; and upcoming NHRA event dates announced.
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