Today we’re going to play a small game of “What If?” What if NASCAR suddenly declared they were no more?
If you’re a NASCAR nut, your allegiances to your drivers are strong, and equally so, your dislikes.
In NASCAR, we the race fans are protected by 20-foot high fencing designed to throw an incoming vehicle back onto the track.
Should I be presented the opportunity to return to Watkins Glen, I’d go in a minute.
Today wouldn’t have one of “those” wrecks. So we thought, until the camera turned to the shredded remnants of Elliott Sadler’s car without its engine attached.
On Wind Tunnel Sunday night (July 11), Ray Evernham said he was eager to return to Hendrick.
Happy Independence Day! I know it’s a couple days late, but it should be said. NASCAR Nation does such a great job of waving the flag, I always enjoy the pre-race ceremonies as I settle into my chair to watch the race. However, I was seriously disappointed on Saturday with TNT. After Darius Rucker completed …
AJ Allmendinger had anticipated talking a lot about being tight — this was New Hampshire.
What we have here, folks, is a failure to communicate. SMI is just begging Loudon for a reason to take its money and run.
This year, Austin Dillon moved on up to the Camping World Truck Series full-time and I started paying attention.
The latest example of this dichotomy of teammates vs. individual achievement was seen in the final lap of the Gillette Fusion ProGlide 500
From multiple visits to pit road over the years, I have been issued numerous lists of the required dress code, for the sake of safety.