First-time winners are good for the sport. There is never anything contrived about a first victory celebration.
To stay relevant, the Bud Shootout needs a drastic update in format and eligibility.
Whether you love or hate the tandem drafting at Daytona and Talladega, NASCAR’s response – trying to eliminate it, should be alarming to race fans.
The first thing that becomes apparent entering the Hendrick Motorsports complex is pride.
The fact is the two-car draft is faster than a group of cars running together. The whole point of racing.
If Kyle Busch learns nothing, it’s a crying shame. If he learns respect for others, it could still be worth it someday.
Even with “Boys, Have At It” policy, there’s a line not to be crossed. During Friday’s truck race, Kyle Busch crossed it when he wrecked Ron Hornaday.
People wondered if it was Chad Knaus carrying Jimmie Johnson to success. Now, perhaps it’s time to ask if it’s the other way around.
The Truck Series is the purest racing in NASCAR. It’s worth watching.
In 2001, UPS got greedy when they ponied up a huge amount to sponsor the No. 88, abandoning a small team with whom they nearly reached an agreement.
When the announcement was made at Atlanta, the whole idea seemed like a side show: a Bandolero race for the wives and girlfriends of NASCAR stars
Blake Koch races his for his mom, Angie, who has survived two bouts of breast cancer.