Sunday afternoon at Pocono (Aug. 7), Brad Keselowski experienced the thrill of victory and the agony of “the feet” as he fought off a broken left ankle, a sore right foot, and a sore back to persevere and win the Good Sam RV Insurance 500 at Pocono, holding off a determined Kyle Busch for the …
Back in 2001, the Nashville Superspeedway opened to a sold-out crowd of 55,000 enthusiastic NASCAR fans. There were plans for the facility to include a 0.625-mile asphalt short track and a dirt track on the complex as well. Yes, everything seemed fine and dandy for NASCAR fans in the Music City. But fast forward 10 …
Is Jeff Gordon right, or can a driver like Carl Edwards defy the odds and take the title in a lame-duck situation?
With six races to go until the NASCAR Sprint Chase for the Cup cutoff begins, the major NASCAR touring series all invaded Indianapolis.
Let this officially be the end of all the talk of Paul Menard, according to detractors, only being in NASCAR on account of his father’s money.
Paul Menard finally fulfilled his father’s dream of 35 years, winning at Indianapolis.
There is no longer room at the NASCAR inn for Lucas Oil Raceway Park.
When the invocation gets more attention than Carl Edwards’s sixth career Nashville victory, that’s kind of a mixed blessing.
Carl Edwards did not let a minor thing such as a pit-road speeding penalty hamper his bid for his fifth Nationwide Series win at Nashville.
Reality set in today as it was learned that Ryan Newman’s Whelen Modified Tour victory was as legit as a Nigerian banker scam.
“Happy” Harvick was more like “Pissed-Off” Harvick after Sunday’s race at Loudon (July 17).
One was far from the loneliest number Sunday afternoon at New Hampshire Motor Speedway as Ryan Newman led six times for 119 laps to win from the pole.