Alexis DeJoria will strap into her Tequila Patrón Toyota Camry nitro Funny Car for the last time during this weekend’s 53rd annual Auto Club NHRA Finals at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona.
Kalitta Motorsports Funny Car pilot Alexis DeJoria will retire from NHRA competition following the conclusion of the 2017 season.
Due to ongoing business commitments as President and CEO of Patrón Spirits International, Ed Brown will retire from prototype racing following the next round of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship at Watkins Glen Int’l.
Fresh off of winning his third-consecutive and fourth-career Monster Energy AMA Supercross championship, Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey has announced his retirement from the sport.
I watched the press conference all the way through yesterday; yes, the one where Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Rick Hendrick spoke of Junior’s impending retirement.
Following a concussion last June that ultimately robbed him of the second half of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season last year, Dale Earnhardt Jr. openly admitted that there were times where he thought he might not get the opportunity to decide for himself when his driving career would end.
After 18 seasons and more than 600 races behind the wheel, Dale Earnhardt Jr. will bring his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driving career to a close at the end of the season.
Retirement is different for professional athletes than it is for everyone else, and not just because when athletes retire, they have to start thinking about getting a real job.
After a 31-year career, veteran sprint car driver Stevie Smith announced Wednesday that he is calling it a career and retiring from driving.
Multiple media outlets are reporting that Carl Edwards will step away from NASCAR to pursue “other interests outside of driving” and will not race this season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
When renowned Italian sports car driver Max ‘The Ax’ Angelelli hangs up his helmet for the final time after this month’s Rolex 24 at Daytona, it will unequivocally mark the end of an era in North American sports car racing.
Veteran sports car driver Max Angelelli announced Friday that he will retire after the 2017 Rolex 24 at Daytona.