The Weekly Dirt: January 25, 2012

The Weekly Dirt: January 25, 2012
In the meantime, off-road racing kicked off this week, as well, with Hare Scrambles in the east and Hare and Hound in the west. Meanwhile, the opening round of the Rekluse/AMA National Enduro series is this coming Sunday in Sumter, South Carolina.
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NASCAR's fan-pleasing formula beats F1's technology
Four-time Sprint Cup champion Jeff Gordon knows that NASCAR's technology isn't up to snuff compared to open wheel racing, and it's perfectly fine with him. That's because NASCAR may not stack up to Formula One in areas like technology, but it delivers …
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IndyCar brings in outsider as new race director
Beaux Barfield has become the latest lieutenant enlisted by IndyCar Series CEO Randy Bernard in his effort to install his own regime and rebuild the open-wheel racing series. Barfield was introduced Wednesday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as the …
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NASCAR pleased with test session results
There were quite a few changes leading up to the recent three-day test at Daytona International Speedway, and you can rest assured that there will be more changes now that the NASCAR Sprint Cup test session is over. NASCAR officials seemed pleased …
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