Did You Notice? That as NASCAR takes to the New York City airwaves today, the landscape in the Big Apple is markedly different than it was even five years ago?
As NASCAR fans know, Bruton, ISC and NASCAR haven’t always seen eye-to-eye.
To some racing fans, particularly those of the stock car persuasion, Lyn St. James is not a household name.
Last weekend, the NASCAR Nationwide Series was in Montreal for the fourth running of the NAPA Auto Parts 200 at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
I’m going through the past weekend’s Bristol NASCAR race broadcasts with a fine-tooth comb.
Juan Pablo Montoya won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race for his first victory on tour in over three years.
After settling his 2011 plans earlier this week, Allmendinger thanked his Richard Petty Motorsports team with a fourth-place finish at Watkins Glen.
While NASCAR raced at open-wheel’s hallowed ground on Sunday (July 25), IndyCar stole the spotlight hours after the checkered flag flew at Indianapolis.
NASCAR Countdown on ESPN was a full hour this week. You know I’m not a fan of that from past columns.
On Monday, NASCAR and Turner Sports announced that the Coke Zero 400 telecast on July 3 will also be the very first NASCAR race available in 3D.
I’ll have to admit that I enjoyed Sunday’s (May 30) Indianapolis 500-mile race as much as I’ve enjoyed any of them since they put the engines behind the drivers.
Welcome to that weekly place where major race programming is put under a microscope. This past weekend, NASCAR was racing at Charlotte Motor Speedway.