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KickingTiresAmerica's romance with classic muscle cars is rooted in a desire to push the envelope. With the U.S. Postal Service's new "Muscle Cars (Forever)" stamp series ??? on sale now ??? people can celebrate that nostalgic notion on an envelope.......
KickingTiresGM fans who miss the Pontiac G8 should be happy about the latest addition to the Chevrolet family. The 2014 SS, based on the next-generation Holden VF Commodore from Australia, will go on sale later this year. The new rear-wheel-drive......
The Business of Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsDunkin??? Donuts keeps expanding its relationship with sports. The company is capitalizing on baseball???s popularity this summer with its Bases Loaded promotion that combines free food and other prizes with a video game component that allows fans to face...
The Business of Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsNASCAR Sprint Cup driver Tony Stewart appears to have easily made the switch of depots this year. Stewart, who has replaced his longtime primary sponsor Home Depot with a co-primary sponsorship between Office Depot and Old Spice, visited the Boca......
The Business of Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsIn honor of Memorial Day, NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Tony Stewart and co-primary sponsor Office Depot along with Lexmark International are helping military families keep in touch with their loved ones who are on duty. Buy a Lexmark printer at......
KickingTiresThe second-generation prototype car for blind drivers will be driven early next year at the Daytona International Speedway, according to the National Federation of the Blind, the largest organization of blind people in the U.S. We reported on the...
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The Business of Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsU.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek is following in the footsteps of dozens of politicians, who have used NASCAR as a campaign tool. On Saturday, Mike Wallace???s 01 Chevrolet will bear a logo reading ???Kendrick Meek for U.S. Senate??? during the NASCAR......
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Roaring engines and crashing waves are the soundtrack for this week's Postcards dispatch. Let's start with the engines. Biketoberfest returns Oct. 18-21 in Volusia County, a magnet for motorcyclists worldwide interested in riding in the fall weather...
"Race car drivers aren't athletes." You get that a lot, usually from somebody who couldn't pick out a stick shift from a stick ball in a police lineup. I beg to differ with that premise. Vehemently. I can say that with complete personal conviction,...
Richard Lapchick had just moved to Central Florida in 1997 when he got a call from Brian France. He wanted to get together to chat. "My goal is to make NASCAR look like America," France told Lapchick when they met. It was a perfect fit: France was...
In many ways, sports teams and leagues are like children. You have the spoiled brats who are used to getting everything they want when they want it. And when they don't, they hold their breath, stomp their feet and threaten to take their ball and go...
If one were to identify Daytona Beach by sound, the crash of the Atlantic surf wouldn't be the first thing that comes to mind. This place likes to introduce itself with a roar: Stock cars tearing around the Daytona International Speedway, hundreds of...
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