Talladega was supposed to be the difference maker, but “The Beast of the Southeast” in Charlotte drove apart some of the leaders at the top of the standings.
5 – number of times winner Jimmie Johnson led the NASCAR Banking 500 Only From Bank of America Sunday.
Late night Saturday, I was pleased when my TiVo switched the channel to start recording the Knoxville Late Model Nationals. Many times I’ll find a race my little DVR has recorded while I wasn’t looking, which is awesome when you’re looking at infomercial purgatory. Anyway, I noticed this little raceway still did something I’ve missed …
The inaugural NASCAR Hall of Fame class was announced this week, but it seems a number of fans were unhappy with the selection.
John Andretti reached a low for 2009 with a poor showing in the NASCAR Banking 500, allowing Red Bull to draw closer to the 35th position in owner points.
Faithful Frontstretch readers, sometimes I feel like the kid in The Emperor’s New Clothes. The Vegas NASCAR Nationwide Series race this year was an example.
The actions of Joey Logano’s father at California have been well documented by now and the comparisons to soccer and little-league parents have been aired. As some other writers have noted, I understand as a parent, but there comes a time when you have to let the kid stand on his own, and I think …
Now with 60 years of NASCAR history to draw on, the sport has selected its first five inductees to the soon-to-be completed Hall of Fame in Charlotte, N.C.
So, without further adieu, I say, “You may be a NASCAR fan if….”
Q: Matt, are you kidding??? Now NASCAR’s own media is defending “the show” that it puts on when it creates drama?
As hard as NASCAR may try to make a home in Fontana, NASCAR always has been home in Concord, N.C., as the Cup Series returns to Lowe’s Motor Speedway.
HAMPTON, Ga. – Take a quick stroll through the Sprint Cup Series garage and you’ll see lines of haulers and the full garage stalls of NASCAR’s biggest teams.