Undoubtedly, most people will decide Jeff Gordon’s spring win at Texas Motor Speedway will be marked as the highlight of his 2009 season.
Not everybody hordes NASCAR memorabilia. Not everybody is a NASCAR fan. I get that.
The conclusion to the 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup season was… expected.
Brad Keselowski and Denny Hamlin are currently in the middle of a good ol’ fashioned showdown.
Yesterday, I sat down to watch the Dickies 500 with one known fact in my head… Jimmie Johnson was on his way to clinching his fourth consecutive Sprint Cup.
We’re driving a safer car. There are soft walls at these crazy fast tracks. But before we get too excited by all that is going right, we need a reality check.
RIDGEWAY, Va. – Sunday’s (Oct. 25) TUMS Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway by most measures was all that it could possibly be.
Late night Saturday, I was pleased when my TiVo switched the channel to start recording the Knoxville Late Model Nationals. Many times I’ll find a race my little DVR has recorded while I wasn’t looking, which is awesome when you’re looking at infomercial purgatory. Anyway, I noticed this little raceway still did something I’ve missed …
“I wouldn’t pay two cents to watch a NASCAR race!”
Ladies and gentlemen, I’d like to introduce your NASCAR Chasers for 2009.
This week, for the second time in three years, a developmental driver (Ryan Truex) in the NASCAR Camping World East Series won the championship.
LOUDON, N.H. – “Do you think it’s possible that somebody of Mark Martin’s age can win a NASCAR Sprint Cup?”