Considering that Kasey Kahne is soon to join Hendrick and Ryan Newman just won, I’m thinking: has Dale Earnhardt Jr. really been struggling that much worse?
ESPN reported that Kasey Kahne has signed a multi-year agreement with Rick Hendrick, leaving Richard Petty Motorsports effective the end of the 2010 season.
The duel in the Phoenix desert Saturday night came packaged with a sudden late-night plot twist that led to a green-white-checkered finish for the ages.
This year’s spring race at Phoenix was hampered by three things: faulty pit strategy, bugs and a race that was 100 kilometers more than it actually should be.
Sometimes, it’s not about the racing. In fact, at Victory Junction it wasn’t even allowed to be on Saturday.
With a shocking ninth-place finish at Martinsville, did Jimmie Johnson do enough for our experts to vote him number one on our list?
Following Hamlin’s second consecutive win at Martinsville and third in 10 attempts, the potential stands that there might be an ABH Group forming shortly.
This past week, Dale Earnhardt Jr. was estimated by Forbes magazine to be the top-earning driver in the sport, raking in some $30 million a year.
With all due respect to the incomparable Smokey Robinson, one of those things that’s sadder than the Tears of a Clown is rain at a racetrack.
My tenure as a NASCAR fan has been contained entirely in the “New School Stock Car Era.”
Did You Notice? The debate raging on over all the empty seats at Bristol? Everyone’s trying to figure out if the answer lies in the economy.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. rallied to finish seventh at Bristol and sits eighth in points after after being 19th at this time last season. Has the turnaround begun?