10. Missing seven races may have played a factor.
Bruton Smith did not buy Kentucky Speedway without knowing that the anti-trust lawsuit brought upon NASCAR by former ownership was going to get settled.
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.
When 35th-ranked Mike Bliss and his No. 36 were sent home after Friday’s qualifying session, rookie Kevin Conway breathed a sigh of relief.
While NASCAR’s top divisions enjoy their week off, let’s take a look at 12 other full-time teams who currently sit just outside the “Battle for the Bubble.”
The Camping World Truck Series takes the track for the NextEra Energy Resources 250 tonight (Feb. 12) with new rules, new drivers and even new teams.
Has the “merging” of race teams on the NASCAR circuit finally jumped the shark with the Front Row Motorsports/Yates Racing deal?
Sheryl Crow used to have this catchy song called “A Change Would Do You Good.” Apparently, someone up in the NASCAR tower’s been listening.
CONCORD, N.C. – The 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup rookie class is the antithesis of the usual suspects. There are no big-time teams here.
Q: Who’s the richest man in a NASCAR garage? A: The last-place driver in a Cup race.
As the Camping World Truck Series rolls into Phoenix this weekend, Ron Hornaday Jr. has a chance to clinch the 2009 championship.
In a Nutshell: Ron Hornaday Jr. took the checkered flag 1.039 seconds ahead of Dennis Setzer to win the rain delayed Copart 200 Saturday afternoon (June 20) at the Milwaukee Mile. Hornaday held onto the lead on the final restart with just eight laps remaining to score his 41st career victory. Brian Scott, Todd Bodine …