TALLADEGA, Ala. -- Bobby Labonte turned the tables on brother Terry in Sunday's DieHard 500, a race slowed by the kind of wild, multicar crash that has become a Talladega Superspeedway trademark. Terry was leading a tight four-car pack as the 187th of 188 laps began on the 2.66-mile oval. But Bobby, who put himself in position for a shot at the win by passing Jeff Gordon for second place on lap 180, led a three-car train past his older brother's Chevrolet.
...Commissioner Andy Cheek was absent from the meeting on doctor's orders. Mr. Cheek is recuperating from burns to his face and neck that he received last week in a flash fire at the lab he oversees at Savannah River Site. Mr. Cheek had asked...
Pledging unity, togetherness and respect, Augusta commissioners ended a daylong government retreat Thursday.
ATLANTA - The 2004 racing season will be remembered as the year of change in NASCAR.