Unfortunately for Michael Waltrip, the statistics speaks for themselves as his full-time Sprint Cup career ended with a whimper, not a bang.
Despite a shaky fall, the Brian Vickers train is still on track and steaming along nicely.
It appears Robby Gordon’s five-year battle to be a competitive full-time Sprint Cup owner/driver is about to come to an end.
There was no shortage of accolades being heaped on the crew of Jimmie Johnson’s Hendrick Motorsports No. 48 by the ABC broadcast crew.
The anti-NASCAR restrictor plate hating crowd had a heyday following the uneventful laps and the spectacular wrecks during the AMP Energy 500 at Talladega.
What Denny Hamlin did not count on is that a remark made by ESPN analyst Bob Griese the previous day would trump his win and the Chase for coverage.
Reading between the lines, it would be reasonable for one to assume that Mark Martin should not expect any favors from Juan Pablo Montoya in the future.
Now with 60 years of NASCAR history to draw on, the sport has selected its first five inductees to the soon-to-be completed Hall of Fame in Charlotte, N.C.
The most talked about ending of the 2009 season was the death-defying finish of the Aaron’s 499 in April, held at always treacherous Talladega Superspeedway.
For Juan Pablo Montoya, 2009 marks the year that he has become, by every measure, a stock car driver.
The Jeremy Mayfield saga took an ugly turn for the worse Monday with the news that sworn testimony had been gathered from four men that claim to have first-hand knowledge that Mayfield did use methamphetamine on a regular basis. The three affidavits and one deposition adds credence to similar claims of drug abuse previously made …
The sixth edition of NASCAR’s Chase is upon us, and with it comes the most talented 12-car field we’ve ever seen. Four former champions, 282 career race wins, and eight different teams represented make the 10-race run for the title a wide-open affair with no clear favorite as of yet. Or is there? Our experts …