Reed Sorenson is running the majority of the Nationwide Series schedule with arguably the best standalone team in the garage.
To call Hendrick Motorsports’ performance in the Bud Shootout underwhelming is putting it lightly.
The 2010 Nationwide Series season is upon us, and every season preview has Carl Edwards finishing first in the points, Brad Keselowski second.
Has the “merging” of race teams on the NASCAR circuit finally jumped the shark with the Front Row Motorsports/Yates Racing deal?
Penske Racing is the only team fielding Dodges in Cup competition in 2010. Roger Penske says that gives the team an advantage, but does it really?
The offseason was good. We had a great time. We went on our fan club cruise – that was a lot of fun. After the cruise, we came back and went to St. Louis for a couple of weeks for Christmas… then, you end up hitting the reset button. It’s kind of fun to spend …
Alex Garcia was supposed to be a full-time Nationwide Series competitor in 2008, only to find himself shuttered due to reductions in sponsor dollars.
After a year’s worth of “will she or won’t she,” Danica Patrick is coming over to NASCAR. How do you think she’ll do in her limited schedule this year and why?
Did NASCAR make the best, safest changes they could to improve the racing, or should they have stayed at the drawing board?
As many of you already know, ESPN announced on Wednesday that Dr. Jerry Punch will no longer handle play-by-play duties in the booth for Sprint Cup races.
Steve Addington was announced as Pat Tryson’s replacement at the helm of Kurt Busch’s No. 2 team. Will they contend for the NASCAR Sprint Cup?
On Wednesday, Showtime announced a new, weekly series called Inside NASCAR (not to be confused with the Inside NASCAR that aired on TNN from 1995-2000).