2010 is supposed to start a new era for NASCAR – but Jimmie Johnson may have something to say before we’re all said and done.
Penske Racing is the only team fielding Dodges in Cup competition in 2010. Roger Penske says that gives the team an advantage, but does it really?
On Friday night, SPEED brought us “time-shifted” coverage of the preliminaries of the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown.
With Kansas and Kentucky expected to get second dates in 2011, some tracks are in peril of losing a date or falling off the NASCAR schedule altogether.
If there’s one thing that I can tell you right off the bat about Together: The Hendrick Motorsports Story, it is this. They talk about family a lot.
Did NASCAR make the best, safest changes they could to improve the racing, or should they have stayed at the drawing board?
As many of you already know, ESPN announced on Wednesday that Dr. Jerry Punch will no longer handle play-by-play duties in the booth for Sprint Cup races.
For Reed Sorenson, his only top 10 of the 2009 season was the aforementioned ninth in the rain-shortened Daytona 500.
Steve Addington was announced as Pat Tryson’s replacement at the helm of Kurt Busch’s No. 2 team. Will they contend for the NASCAR Sprint Cup?
On Wednesday, Showtime announced a new, weekly series called Inside NASCAR (not to be confused with the Inside NASCAR that aired on TNN from 1995-2000).
The stretch of the season from May to August was the best for Sam Hornish Jr. in 2009. In that stretch, Hornish picked up nearly all of his top-10 finishes.
The question of whether Danica Patrick will try stock cars or not is finally answered.