Welcome back to another delayed edition of Talking NASCAR TV. Thanks to a lucky day off, I was able to watch Monday’s Sprint Cup race live from home.
Austin Dillon’s team performed a two-tire stop faster than anyone else during the late-race fuel stops to take his fourth career Truck Series win.
Last Friday at Richmond International Raceway, Harvick ended up announcing that KHI would be shutting down at the end of the 2011 season.
Why are there so many open dates now on the NASCAR calendar?
Kevin Harvick’s fourth win at Richmond sends him into the Chase tied with Kyle Busch for the lead in points.
If Kevin Harvick, Delana and 140 of racing’s brightest can’t make it work, who can?
RICHMOND, Va. – One of the sport’s most successful, independent organizations in Nationwide and Trucks will close its doors after the season.
While most of the focus has been on drivers in Cup, there’s a Truck Series full of Silly Season drivers not exactly taking the safe route.
At a time when it seems NASCAR has turned a deaf ear to the pleas of fans, on Rockingham, they listened. And now it’s up to you.
Andy Hillenburg purchased Rockingham at an auction and vowed to return the Rock to prominence in racing. Wednesday, Sept. 7 the vow was officially realized.
The Good Sam Roadside Assistance 200 will be the first Truck race to take place at the 46-year-old racetrack.
For some reason, Mother Nature doesn’t seem to be a very big NASCAR fan these days.