Motor Sports Articles by Date

November 2013

  • DREAM ALLIANCE: Scuderia Ferrari and Oakley Join Forces

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    Posted 5 months ago by Andrew De Lara

    A World of possibilities is on the horizon. Oakley Motorsports is joining forces with Scuderia Ferrari, the most storied team in Formula 1 history, in what can be called a dream alliance, bringing together two iconic giants of their respective industries. This historic event marks Oakley Motorsports Division’s biggest global partnership thus far and will take effect for the 2014 F1 season (with Oakley as Scuderia Ferrari’s exclusive eyewear provider).

  • Big 5: Jeg Coughlin Crowned with Fifth NHRA Pro Stock Title at Auto Club Finals

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    Posted 5 months ago by Andrew De Lara

    Jeg Coughlin is blazing his way into the ranks of the greatest NHRA drivers of all time. But although it’s been no easy task, he’s making it look easy. The long-time Oakley drag racer rocketed to his fifth Pro Stock Championship in early November, tallying his fourth Auto Club NHRA Pomona event victory on the way. “In this day and age, it is so tough to win out here,” Jeg said. “We’ve seen a lot of races won and lost by just a few thousandths of a second. I think this is one of the tightest, and one of the most intense championships I’ve ever won. This ranks right up there with 2007 when we had the two cuts to the Countdown to One in the first year of our playoffs.” Obviously, he’s no stranger to success. Taking his place as the eighth driver in NHRA history to claim five pro series crowns, 25,000 Southern California fans witnessed Jeg add to his illustrious list of triumphs throughout the years.

  • Rewriting History: Marc Marquez Crowned As Youngest-Ever MotoGP World Champion

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    Posted 6 months ago by Andrew De Lara

    Marc Marquez is living proof that smiles definitely kill. The young phenom’s beaming expressions were a mere layer above the natural killer instincts that just carried him to ultimate MotoGP glory, being crowned as the youngest-ever World Champion after a solid result (third) on his home turf at the season finale in Valencia (Spain). A much-anticipated battle for the Championship with rival and title contender (and fellow Spaniard) Jorge Lorenzo culminated what has been a truly magical, albeit dramatic rookie season. “I feel… I cannot explain what I feel,” said the 20-year-old prodigy, who has already smashed multiple records this season including youngest ever Premier Class race winner, youngest pole-sitter, first rookie Champion since 1978 and more. "It is a dream come true – maybe too early because I did not expect to fight for the championship this year.”