The boys gave us plenty to discuss this week at Pocono, so let’s get to it.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. comes from a broken family and it doesn’t take an insider to see that his relationship with his stepmother isn’t exactly idyllic.
As NASCAR comes home to Charlotte nearly halfway through 2010, it’s difficult to remember so many empty seats at NASCAR events.
Today, we grade the drivers from AJ Allmendinger to Brian Vickers, the top 40 in the NASCAR Sprint Cup standings to date.
We’re a third of the way through the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup season and just one race from the halfway point to the start of the Chase.
Typically, the Monster Mile is notorious for chewing up seasons and spitting them out into the crushing cement of its outside wall. But on a day marked by empty seats and single-file competition, the giant of 1-mile ovals chose to go all 21st century on us instead, using the laser gun accuracy of pit-road timing …
There wasn’t too much squabbling over the initial inductees into NASCAR’s Hall. Yet someday down the road, there will be wailing and gnashing of teeth.
Why are some fans taking issue and making such a fuss about Dale Earnhardt Jr. running the No. 3 car?
They’re racing 500 miles at Darlington, and for that I give thanks. But Saturday’s race might have been “A” Southern 500, but it’s not “The” Southern 500.
Did You Notice? Ford has yet to win a race in any of the sport’s top-three series this season? That’s an 0-for-24 shutout.
Here’s the $5-million question: What’s the track with the fewest lead changes so far this season? Sorry, folks… your answer is Richmond, with 12.
This past weekend, the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide series were both at Richmond International Raceway near Richmond, Va.