For Saturday’s Nationwide Series race, Jennifer Jo Cobb was introduced as the driver of the No. 79 car at Bristol, but never took the green flag.
The Nationwide Series, once a thriving series with its own identity, flounders in the shadow of the Cup Series.
Thus far, a move to Tri-Star Motorsports has proven to be just what the doctor ordered for Eric McClure, who was looking for a new place to develop as a driver.
Did You Notice? How many NASCAR pundits declared Trevor Bayne to be the next rising star in NASCAR following his surprise Daytona win?
There has been some talk of a NASCAR racing series for women recently. Is such a series necessary in this day and age?
The NASCAR Cup Series took the weekend off, so the Power Rankings this week is going to take a look at the drivers who wheel their vehicles in other series.
Bristol needs to deliver as it has before. Close racing, bent-up sheetmetal and a feud that will simmer until Fontana are all “must haves” on Sunday.
To continue the upswing, NASCAR needs to produce an exciting product. The problem is, 1.5-mile tri- or quad-ovals don’t generally provide that.
Brad Keselowski is now in a marquee ride and no longer has the rookie stripe to point to as justification for struggling in the Cup ranks.
So which NASCAR drivers are sticking in my head to watch moving forward? Three surprises stand out; let’s delve into their seasons and find out why.
Both the NASCAR Nationwide and Sprint Cup series were back in action again this weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Overnight ratings from Sunday’s Kobalt Tools 400 (March 6) have been released and NASCAR is likely all smiles.