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Talladega track to be repaved for '06 Chase: Talladega Superspeedway officials announced Wednesday that the legendary Alabama racetrack is set to be repaved for the first time since 1979. In the quarter of a century of racing that has since passed, the track has firmly established itself as the most competitive track on the circuit, holding both the record for most lead changes in a race (75, May 6,1984) and the record for most leaders in a race (26, most recently April 22, 2001).
EARNHARDT INTO THE INTERNATIONAL MOTORSPORTS HALL OF FAME: We are pleased to announce that we will induct Dale Earnhardt, Harry Gant, Janet Guthrie, Jack Roush and Humpy Wheeler next April 27th. Earnhardt, of course, is the seven-time Winston Cup champion and Gant is one of the all-time greats in both Cup and Busch racing. Guthrie is the first female to race in both the Indianapolis 500 and the Daytona 500. Roush’s race teams have won titles in drag racing, sports cars, Craftsman trucks, Busch Series and Nextel Cup Series. Wheeler is the long-time innovative promoter at Lowe’s Motor Speedway in Charlotte.
PGA Tour poised to try its own 'chase' finish in '07: The PGA Tour's plan to revamp its 2007 schedule includes ending the season in September and creating a NASCAR-style points chase. Will bump-drafting golf carts with restrictor plates be allowed?
Parcells explains shove to assistant: A day after the Cowboys' 13-10 loss to the Seahawks, a lot of the talk in the locker room centered on coach Bill Parcells shoving receivers coach Todd Haley on the sideline.
F1 to consider qualifying change : F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone wants to replace one-lap qualifying with three separate Saturday sessions, but some of the teams do not back the proposal.