Tiger Woods' manhandling of Cog Hill this week disproved three theories that have been floated recently about the world's No. 1 player. Plus, we explain why 2009 is an average season for Tiger in Jason Sobel's Weekly 18.
Jason Priestley, the former "Beverly Hills 90210" heartthrob, is co-owner of a new race team that plans to enter a car in the Indianapolis 500 in May.
Kelley Racing has discontinued operation of its Indy Racing Infiniti Pro Series team in the wake of the crash that seriously injured Jason Priestley.
Three days after crashing at Kentucky, Jason Priestley had surgery Wednesday on his broken back and feet.
Jason Priestley loves racing so much that he put acting on hold to try to make a career as a driver.