Another NASCAR Silly Season In The Books

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It all began back in November when Jeff Gordon took the Checkered Flag in the Ford EcoBoost  400 at the Homestead/Miami International Speedway. Jeff won his second race of the season, and Brad Keselowski put the cap on a  storybook […]

NASCAR Kicks Off Road Warrior Week

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NASCAR is taking a page from the Olympics with it’s Kick Off to the 2013 Racing Season. Instead of a torch that makes it’s way to the Olympic stadium, they will introduce the fans and media to the New Gen […]

Will Ryan Newman Return To Stewart-Haas Racing In 2014?


Now that Kevin Harvick’s departure from Richard Childress Racing has become public knowledge, what is the game plan for Ryan Newman? Is this Newman’s last go-around with Stewart Haas Racing, or does Tony Stewart have the resources to field a fourth […]

Can NASCAR Driver Aric Almirola Get Into Victory Lane in 2013 ?

Aric Almirola

Quick! When was the last time the legendary #43 visited Victory Lane in a Sprint Cup Race. The answer is kind of tricky, but never. I thought I had been at the race the last time Richard Petty’s iconic car […]

NASCAR: Daytona International Speedway Is Getting A Face Lift

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In the announcement on Tuesday afternoon by Speedway President Joey Chitwood that they are proposing a face lift for the 53-year old Daytona International Speedway which was built in the late 1950′s, I didn’t see anything in the proposal regarding […]

Nascar: My Top 5 Picks To Win A Sprint Cup Title In 2013

Jimmie Johnson

Can NASCAR’S New Gen 6 Car Save Racing?

Preseason Thunder

  When I hear various people talk about how the economy is hurting the attendance and popularity of  NASCAR racing, I continue to preach from the soap box that dull, boring action on the race track is what is causing the […]

Nascar: Preseason Thunder Day 1

Matt Kenseth

  It’s great to turn on the Speed Channel, and actually see some racing activity. Preseason Thunder got underway on Thursday morning from Daytona International Speedway, and the afternoon session was carried by the Speed Channel. Race teams are testing all of the specifications […]

Leonard Wood: NASCAR’s First Pit Boss


  With the upcoming  ceremony for NASCAR‘s Hall of Fame, they will be inducting the person responsible for most of the changes that have taken place in and around pit road for the last 50 years. The orchestrated 15 second pit […]

NASCAR Hall Of Fame Inductions Kick Off 2013 Season

Rusty Wallace And Dale Earnhardt Jr.

  I’m not really big on NASCAR’s off-season events, but The Hall of Fame inductions are to honor some really unique people who contributed to the history of this great sport. The ceremony will be held on February 8th, at […]

NASCAR: Silly Season Is Almost Over

Daytona International Speedway

  Being a 65-year-old Race Fan, I don’t get into the off-season hoopla. I could care less about banquet seating, driver activities, and all of the other nonsense that NASCAR tries to get me interested in. I want to see […]

What’s Ahead For Richard Petty Motorsports In 2013?

Marcos Ambrose

Unfortunately for the seven time Winston Cup Champion, Richard Petty Motorsports will begin the the 2013 season in about the same position they closed out 2012, a second to third tier team. The King has two very talented drivers currently […]