The Sprint Cup Series had its final off weekend before the run to Homestead. So we thought it’d be fun to stir the pot a little and ask the question, “who are the top NASCAR drivers of all time?” This question has been debated for many years and the lists are quite different depending on who …
This weekend marks the 56th running of the Coca-Cola 600, or, for longtime fans of the sport, the World 600. The premise of the race when it first began was simple: pit man against machine. What would tire first: an overworked engine or a weary driver? 400 laps of exhausting wrestling of the steering wheel …
Rusty Wallace Inc. has announced that 55-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series winner Rusty Wallace will drive in the Off-Road Truck Racing event at X-Games Austin. “I may be retired from driving but that doesn’t mean I don’t have the itch to get back behind the wheel,” Wallace said. “I love to compete, plus the X-Games …
Leave it to Bristol Motor Speedway to capitalize on its rough-and-tumble reputation in what was perhaps the most creative game of the day in terms of the actual racing at that track. Everyone has seen the carnival games where someone has to launch a beanbag or a ball through a deceptively small hole to win a prize. But for Bristol, could there be a more appropriate version of this one than a helmet toss, paying homage to, among other incidents, Tony Stewart’s display of anger toward Matt Kenseth last summer? Apparently not, because in order to win Bristol’s prizes, fans had to fire a miniature helmet smack through the driver’s side windshield of a cardboard racecar. Sometimes things are simply right, and this game was one of those times.
I’ve been advocating a shorter schedule for over a decade now and I think it’s high time NASCAR start at least exploring the idea.
“I think it’s OK for me to give my opinion. I don’t think NASCAR would get upset about that,” said Rusty Wallace. So much for THAT line of thinking!
The big joke this weekend at the Indianapolis 500 was that the Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 pace car had more horsepower than the cars that were behind it.
Texas, besides a late-race pass for the lead was regarded by many as boring
The Hall of Fame supposed to celebrate the people who are the best in the history of NASCAR has been reduced to the best who haven’t wronged the Frances.
This is the first time voters will have to weigh exceptions for the NASCAR driver contingent.
Brad Keselowski and Matt Kenseth had what appeared to be equally fast cars for the second half of the race, so it came down to which driver wanted it most.
Some of the buzz heading into May and Charlotte Speedweeks has involved which five NASCAR figures would be inducted into the Hall of Fame.