There are certain things that we’ve come to expect from restrictor-plate races lately, and this weekend’s Nextel Cup race at Talladega had most of the bases covered. Side-by-side racing… check. Bump-drafting… check. The Big One… check. Controversy… check. Upset fans… check. It seems like the only checkmark left empty on a wild day in Alabama …
$5,282,231 – total purse for the UAW-Ford 500.
This week’s edition of Voices is taking a break from all things related to the Chase. Instead I’m going to talk about a different type of racing, a type catching steam in my very own hometown.
Tony Stewart won this week thanks to gambling that probably wouldn’t have happened if he was racing for the championship. Is this actually better for sponsors?
Q: I know Kansas lost out on getting the NASCAR Hall of Fame, but we sure showed everyone we mean business in the sport. I thought the show was fantastic. I didn’t get a chance to get tickets this year like my family has in the past, but I hope this puts an end to …
With new asphalt and restrictor-plate engines, every team is going to be holding their breath for 500 miles, hoping they can avoid Talladega’s Big One.
10. Battling with Nick Lachey and Stacy Keibler over who will be the point guard for the Hollywood Fame ABA team that all three partially own.
Was this week’s race at Kansas just an aberration, or are we finally beginning to see one of the “cookie-cutter” tracks provide good racing?
This week at Kansas, I had to laugh when the TV broadcast flashed the “Team Chevy Winning Moment” banner across the bottom of the screen.
Growth is the primary goal for any American enterprise, and NASCAR is the epitome of an American business.
Jimmie Johnson was blowing by the competition, but Tony Stewart calmly came in and stole the Banquet 400 win away with a little extra fuel.
0 cars dropped to the back of the field at the start of the Banquet 400 at Kansas Speedway.