A pastor’s attempt at humor didn’t do NASCAR any favors, even with 18,000 fans screaming their approval from the grandstands in Music City Saturday night.
The grandson of Richard Childress finally found his mojo on Friday night, winning the Camping World Truck Series race in dominating fashion at Nashville.
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4 – the number of top-10 finishes for Johnny Sauter in five truck starts at Nashville.
Carl Edwards rebounded from a mid-race pit road speeding penalty to score his fifth win of the 2011 Nationwide Series season at Nashville.
When the invocation gets more attention than Carl Edwards’s sixth career Nashville victory, that’s kind of a mixed blessing.
Carl Edwards did not let a minor thing such as a pit-road speeding penalty hamper his bid for his fifth Nationwide Series win at Nashville.
ESPN demonstrated some (albeit minor) improvement in their broadcast of the 200-miler from Loudon this past Saturday (July 16).
Frontstretch’s Amy Henderson sat down with Trevor Bayne to talk racing and how a 15-year-old on his own has turned into a champion at age 20.
Given Kevin Harvick’s on-track shenanigans at Pocono, was a warning necessary or is NASCAR going too far?
Once again the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race came down to fuel mileage, Kyle Busch won the Nationwide race and the Truck race was the best.
Yep. Seems like just another day at the office for NASCAR Nation.
However, Busch would be too obvious of a choice for a “hot” driver, as would his fellow NASCAR winners this weekend, Ryan Newman and Matt Crafton. Congratulations to all three of them, but we’re going to take a look at some of the less obvious choices in this edition of Who’s Hot/Who’s Not.