Why couldn’t some of today’s cars change their colors around, if not only for one weekend, like the NASCAR All-Star Race?
I am not a very patient person, especially when it comes to NASCAR. I can’t wait for the pre-race ceremonies to be over.
Matt Kenseth is proving this year that the driver does matter a little more than so-called experts might think.
Yes, Jimmie Johnson’s won four straight championships and three of the first five races, but it’s not like nobody ever dominated before.
Why not take a look at some odds for becoming the NASCAR Cup Series champion?
Without looking it up, I’m going to assume this is the first Paul Menard question in the history of Fanning the Flames! What’s different?
They say you can’t judge a book by its cover and in the case of Humpy Wheeler’s autobiography, it is literally true.
Martinsville gave us one of the wilder finishes in recent memory. With many drivers that had a shot, should Jeff Gordon be cursing over the “one that got away?”
10. Post-It notes reminding him that he is a racecar driver and not some minority college kid in the Final Four.
The bump n’ run. It’s classic. The Cup boys are beating up some short track and come the very last lap, the leader appears to be in somebody else’s way.
13 – number of cautions in Monday’s Goody’s Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway.
After Denny Hamlin’s win in Monday’s rescheduled race at Martinsville Speedway, Jimmie Johnson no longer owns exclusive rights to the title, “Mr. Martinsville.”