Is NASCAR fixing the Daytona 500 so that Dale Earnhardt Jr. can win the race on the 10th anniversary of his father’s death?
Anyone who attended the Indianapolis 500 from 1946 through 2006 was able to listen to the dulcet tones of Tom Carnegie on the public address system.
NASCAR may have the shortest offseason in pro sports, but the short amount of time away was enough to get everyone excited about the upcoming season.
The 2011 Nationwide Series is ready to kick off with a renewed focus on the development of its members as the future stars of the Sprint Cup Series.
CONCORD, N.C. – Heading into the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup season there are several aspects of the racing that are going to be different for the teams.
Brian Vickers’s limited schedule didn’t offer many opportunities for a high point in 2010, but his final race in the seat of the No. 83 ride was certainly his best.
Elliott Sadler scored a pole at Texas but his high point was the second Michigan race in August, when he bagged his only top-10 finish of the season.
NASCAR’s Chase has its detractors and the new-style car hasn’t drawn in fans by the busload, but the resulting racing on the track is verifiably outstanding.
With 36 points races and 41 weeks on the calendar, the extensive NASCAR Cup season finally came to its long-awaited conclusion in Homestead, Fla.
Two days after Jimmie Johnson’s championship-clinching performance, Rick Hendrick made an announcement that caught most everyone off guard.
Denny Hamlin dominated the Phoenix event, but a long green-flag run at the end combined with poor fuel mileage conspired to relegate him to a 12th-place finish.
What started Feb. 6 with NASCAR’s equivalent of the preseason is going to wrap up in Homestead this weekend with the closest points race in six years.