NASCAR Countdown was a run-of-the-mill affair. There were no special features for fans to watch.
It’s been a rough week for AJ Allmendinger, under fire after a heated conversation with Richard Petty at Daytona.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. was the overwhelming crowd favorite coming into the Daytona race and nothing less than a victory would appease the masses.
Before I get into the actual race critiques, you’ve undoubtedly heard about the inexplicable substance-abuse suspension of Randy LaJoie by NASCAR.
With three laps to go, Jimmie Johnson executed his own bump-and-run at the same spot to get alongside Busch and reclaim the lead.
On Monday, NASCAR and Turner Sports announced that the Coke Zero 400 telecast on July 3 will also be the very first NASCAR race available in 3D.
Hello race fans and welcome to our weekly NASCAR TV critique. This past weekend, the Sprint Cup Series was at Michigan International Speedway on Sunday.
The Prelude to the Dream is, for all intents and purposes, an all-star race where some of the biggest names in auto racing come out and race for fun.
Welcome to our weekly look at race broadcasts. Last weekend was the first of many where the Sprint Cup Series ran separate from NASCAR’s other top divisions.
Welcome to that weekly place where major race programming is put under a microscope. This past weekend, NASCAR was racing at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
At Indianapolis, five women had started the Indianapolis 500 prior to this year. This year, that many women entered the race, including two rookies.
It’s that time again, where I go over the NASCAR telecasts with a fine tooth comb. This week, the Sprint Cup Series held their annual Sprint All-Star Race.