The face sitting in victory lane on Sunday may have been a familiar one. Jimmie Johnson appeared as a giddy school kid while he studied his Auto Club 500 trophy. You have got to admit the Chevy Fleetmaster Woody Hot Rod with the surf board on top hauling a shiny new No. 48 to the …
3 – average running position for race winner Jimmie Johnson during the Auto Club 500.
Just when it seemed the news couldn’t get much worse for NASCAR, here comes just what the doctor didn’t order: Another Jimmie Johnson win.
Certainly, my favorite story from the Fontana weekend was that of Dave Blaney and PRISM Motorsports.
Auto Club Speedway has caught so much bad press that just its mention sparks gnashing of teeth amongst new-school NASCAR fans and traditionalists alike.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Auto Club 500.
One story lost in the shadow of Speedweeks in Daytona was the absence of Carter Simo Racing’s No. 08 car.
What fans often forget is that Jimmie Johnson is the rightful king of California. In 14 starts he has four wins, nine top fives and 10 top 10s.
The hole in Daytona couldn’t be helped. It happens. I can personally testify that severe weather causes unexpected problems.
Marcos Ambrose returns to fill us in on Speedweeks from his point of view.
My dissertation about the USAC Stock Car Series race at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Sept. 1964 brought quite a few responses, both in comments on the site and in emails to yours truly. One of those remarked that until it was disbanded after the 1984 season, that series ran on dirt as well as asphalt, …
A pothole in a NASCAR race! Isn’t that too bad-jokishly inane to ever actually happen?