While inter-team rivalry is nothing new to NASCAR, the airing of dirty laundry in public between drivers is a relatively new practice.
With NASCAR’s first class having been seated, the talk has quickly turned to which five individuals will be honored for the next round of inductees.
The last few weeks have been quite unkind to Jimmie Johnson.
Where is Brian Vickers? Resting comfortably on blood-thinning medication. How might it affect his career? There is more damage to be done coming back too soon.
Kyle Busch made a stop Tuesday in Grand Rapids to Craig’s Cruisers, part of a promotion by Michigan International Speedway for next month’s Heluva Good! 400.
Why are some fans taking issue and making such a fuss about Dale Earnhardt Jr. running the No. 3 car?
It’s no secret that over the last five years or so, the face of NASCAR has changed dramatically from what many fans had grown accustomed to.
As of 2010, the term GWC has grown from trendy favorite to being long in the tooth – for things have gotten way out of hand.
Ever since Kasey Kahne was named heir apparent to Hendrick Motorsports’ No. 5 currently driven by Mark Martin, many in the press are falling over themselves.
ESPN reported that Kasey Kahne has signed a multi-year agreement with Rick Hendrick, leaving Richard Petty Motorsports effective the end of the 2010 season.
There was another performance that went largely unnoticed Sunday at Bristol: the 18th-place run by Richard Petty Motorsports driver Paul Menard.
For sending another driver airborne towards innocent spectators, Carl Edwards received all of three weeks of probation. It was equivalent to a slap on the wrist.