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  • Henrik Stenson breaks through for win at Deutsche Bank Championship

    Henrik Stenson breaks through for win at Deutsche Bank Championship
    A great summer of golf finally paid off for Henrik Stenson. Stenson made three consecutive birdies to race by a fast-fading Sergio Garcia, and he holed a bunker shot for birdie on the 17th hole to turn back a final threat from Steve Stricker and win the...
  • Drag racing's Ron Capps hopes to finally end title chase on top

    Drag racing's Ron Capps hopes to finally end title chase on top
    Ron Capps, the veteran funny car drag racer, has finished second in the championship standings four times. That includes last year, when the Carlsbad driver lost the title by only two points to Jack Beckman, his teammate at Don Schumacher Racing. Now,...
  • Matt Kenseth wins at New Hampshire for second straight Sprint Cup victory

    Matt Kenseth wins at New Hampshire for second straight Sprint Cup victory
    LOUDON, N.H. -- Matt Kenseth made it two for two in the Chase, holding off teammate Kyle Busch to win Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Kenseth followed his win in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship opener at Chicagoland with his series-...
  • Five thoughts on NASCAR in New Hampshire, NHRA top fuel and more

    Five thoughts on NASCAR in New Hampshire, NHRA top fuel and more
    Looking back at Sunday's motor-racing action, including NASCAR's Chase for the Cup in New Hampshire and NHRA drag-racing in Texas, five things come to mind: 1. Jimmie Johnson is lurking. Yes, teammates Matt Kenseth and Kyle Busch of Joe Gibbs Racing...
  • Five thoughts on NASCAR at Dover, the NHRA at St. Louis and more

    Five thoughts on NASCAR at Dover, the NHRA at St. Louis and more
    Looking back at Sunday's motor-racing action, including NASCAR's Chase for the Cup at Dover and NHRA drag-racing at St. Louis, five things come to mind: -- Wouldn't it be something if Jeff Gordon won the Chase? Gordon, of course, got into the title...
  • Courtney Force and legendary dad make more drag-racing history

    Courtney Force and legendary dad make more drag-racing history
    Lots of kids follow in their parents' footsteps career-wise: Cops, lawyers, grocery store owners, ballplayers. But few do so driving 300-mph dragsters, and even fewer do it successfully while their parents are still racing. That's one reason why...
  • Incomparable NHRA drag racer John Force keeps winning at age 64

    Incomparable NHRA drag racer John Force keeps winning at age 64
    As drag racing's best arrived in New England on Thursday for their next event, driver John Force was coming off another win last weekend at age 64. Let that sink in for a moment. Sixty-four. Force is the legendary 15-time champion in funny cars, one...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown changes law to help car racers compete in California

     
    Gov. Brown thinks rules limiting racing teams are a drag...
  • A city that speed calls home

    A city that speed calls home
    Hot rodder Jimmy Shine's tattoo-covered arms are elbows-deep under the hood of a 1932 Ford as he adjusts the electrical wiring on a $100,000 racing engine that hasn't started in years. Before a co-worker turns the ignition, Shine glances uneasily at the...
  • Jeremy Mayfield arrested on charges of drug possession

     
    Jeremy Mayfield, who was expelled from NASCAR in 2009 for a failed drug test, was arrested at his western North Carolina home and charged with possession of methamphetamine. Police said Wednesday that he might face more charges. Mayfield was arrested........
  • Drag racers still content with shorter races as NHRA heads to Pomona

     
    After the death of drag racer Scott Kalitta in a mid-2008 crash, the NHRA took the dramatic step of temporarily shortening races for the 300-mph funny cars and top-fuel dragsters in its premier Full Throttle Series. As the series heads......