Let’s quickly touch on the topic du jour as we begin the penultimate “in-season” edition of Fact or Fiction.
NASCAR’s smallest track, Martinsville Speedway, will soon receive a welcomed facelift and reconfiguration.
Jeremy Mayfield and innocent will no longer be in the same sentence again.
On Tuesday night, former Sprint Cup Series driver Jeremy Mayfield was arrested at his Catawba, N.C. home.
Jeremy Mayfield not only made a liar out of himself with Tuesday’s arrest (Nov. 1) for methamphetamine possession and stolen goods.
Depending on one’s viewpoint, Jeremy Mayfield is either a misunderstood conspiracy victim or he’s an attention-seeking compulsive liar.
Did You Notice? Jeremy Mayfield’s lawsuit was dismissed on a number of technicalities his own lawyers failed to prove?
We’ve now marked the one-year anniversary of the Jeremy Mayfield drug suspension. What have all parties learned from the debacle?
People called Brad arrogant for suggesting Roger Penske had to hire staff to compete with Hendrick. Penske listened anyway and the results are starting to show.
After last year’s damp squib of a race, what NASCAR needs is a Daytona 500 that lives up to the famous old moniker, “The Great American Race.”
Whether objects in the rearview mirror are actually larger than they appear or not, it’s time to take a look back at the NASCAR season that was.
One of the biggest stories of the season has been the suspension of NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield.