Bristol WHO?! Following the race at Richmond, there is a new sheriff in town when it comes to beating and banging on the NASCAR circuit.
Hot tempers, cooler temperatures, and tons of bent sheetmetal aside, let’s take a look at the drivers with (and without) momentum heading out of Pocono.
Let this officially be the end of all the talk of Paul Menard, according to detractors, only being in NASCAR on account of his father’s money.
Did You Notice? The wonderful decision by NASCAR Cup sponsor Sprint to bring back some type of million-dollar bonus competition for winning?
I was tasked with detailing the plight of the newest NASCAR phenomenon: The Lame Duck Driver.
As we head into the second half of the NASCAR schedule, starting this weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway here are my midseason awards.
Even if a win at Kentucky Speedway’s inaugural event was significant, it’s not as though Kyle Busch isn’t familiar with winning.
So after much deliberation and watching last weekend’s NASCAR races I have come to a stunning conclusion: the sport needs more road-course events.
I’m glad I’m not NASCAR. They just can’t win. Personally, I’d rather watch an unpredictable fuel-mileage race which involves various strategies.
One of NASCAR’s savviest car owners may have realized that, at Mark Martin’s age, the chances of him remaining a championship contender are slim to none.
So close yet so far aptly sums up David Ragan’s night in the Coca-Cola 600.
Ryan Newman threatened Juan Pablo Montoya within an inch of the NASCAR hauler and Jeff Gordon reminded NASCAR which tracks need to install SAFER barriers.