Yesterday, Kevin Harvick and Richard Childress announced that Budweiser will the primary sponsor for RCR’s flagship No. 29 through 2013.
Darlington actually once was a NASCAR Chase race in the inaugural – and perhaps most competitive iteration to date – in 2004.
Finding the balance between the “New World” and “Old School” has been NASCAR’s predicament the last half decade or so.
Ford is teetering on the brink of irrelevancy in NASCAR.
The biggest NASCAR story this week is not the upcoming Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but fallout from a Nationwide Series race in Missouri.
Following the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona two weeks ago, talk began again about changes to the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule for 2011 and beyond.
NASCAR got it right out of the box with this one, and that should give both fans and competitors of the Nationwide Series hope.
To say things are a bit crowded around the 12th and final Chase spot is like saying you might bump into somebody in Beijing on a bicycle. The fight to get into the final transfer spot come Richmond in September is setting up to be an epic bloodbath, the likes of which will make the …
Sunday’s race (June 27) at New Hampshire might turn out to be a Nightmare on Bahre Street for some who have done others wrong in recent weeks.
Ford’s use of the Mustang will first be tested in the Nationwide Series – an outfit that itself has suffered a bit of an identity crisis in recent years.
With Detroit as the backdrop, Ford brought the newest weapon in the Blue Oval arsenal to bear amongst all of their teams – the new FR9 engine.
Do not adjust your TV screen. There actually are a few chinks in the formerly unblemished armor of Jimmie Johnson’s No. 48 team.