As the caution came out with just nine laps to go, many figured Denny Hamlin was on his way to another victory at Martinsville.
He had a bum knee and a lot of track position to make up, but somehow Denny Hamlin pulled off the win in his home state of Virginia.
My tenure as a NASCAR fan has been contained entirely in the “New School Stock Car Era.”
With NASCAR searching as to how to rekindle fan interest, is the answer building more short tracks?
RIDGEWAY, Va. – After steady rain at the Martinsville Speedway, NASCAR has postponed the running of the Goody’s Pain Relief 500 to Monday afternoon (March 29).
Seems like we’ve always had rivalries in motorsports. Even drag racing had Don Garlits and Shirley Muldowney.
Give me Mark Martin, who is in the same equipment and has a pair of top 10s in his two Martinsville races with Hendrick at 15/1 odds.
When Brad Keselowski was interviewed by our own Tom Bowles, he avowed that he isn’t going to change his aggressive style.
I don’t see NASCAR putting an end to the S&Pers. NASCAR needs them too much – or at least it thinks it does.
Before the rear spoiler makes its return to the NASCAR Cup Series this weekend in Martinsville, teams spent the last two days testing at Lowe’s Motor Speedway.
NASCAR’s top circuit heads to Martinsville, Va. this week, the half-mile paperclip-shaped track that’s endeared itself to fans for decades.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. rallied to finish seventh at Bristol and sits eighth in points after after being 19th at this time last season. Has the turnaround begun?