Driving Route 66 has become something of a cliche that never seems to live up to the hype of “America’s Highway” but that’s because most people don’t drive it through Oklahoma. Almost 400 miles of the classic road run through the state (more than any other), and while the rest of the highway has undergone drastic changes over the years, theres a two-hour stretch between Tulsa and El Reno that is still the US 66 of modern legend.
Last weekend marked the annual Winterfest at Sebring Raceway and with it, the first public racing appearance of the 2010 Viper SRT10 ACR-X. Not content to sit on the sidelines getting drooled over, the race-ready Viper saw action during several of the events Enduro races. Driver Kuno Wittmer had the ACR-Xs rotors glowing on several night sessions, setting some of the fastest Viper laps of the weekend (around 2:09) in what was simply deemed a test and tune weekend for…Read More
Start your engines, folks! This week, Dodge Motorsports kicked off their upcoming 2010 season by announcing a deeper relationship with NASCAR and their partners at Penske Racing. Starting this season, Dodge will expand its stock car racing efforts within not only the Sprint Cup Series (where Dodge has teamed up with Penske since 01), but also NASCARs Nationwide Series, …Read More