Should Hendrick Motorsports Part Ways With Stewart-Haas Racing?

Hendrick Motorsports

With Stewart-Haas Racing forming a fourth team in their camp, one would have question whether or not it is wise for Hendrick Motorsports to continue aligning themselves with Stewart-Haas Racing. Hendrick Motorsports is supporting Stewart-Haas Racing most notably with engines, […]


Why Has Jeff Gordon Decided To Relax?

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Jeff Gordon is no stranger to pressure and his past experience – despite sitting in the final Sprint Cup Chase wild card position with seven races to go until the cutoff – is allowing him to relax. Of course, Gordon is […]


NASCAR: The Next Two Races Will Determine Jeff Gordon’s Fate

Jeff Gordon

Jeff Gordon is one of the best to ever step into a stock car at NASCAR’s top level. Nobody can debate that. The topic of debate swirling around Jeff Gordon for the past ten years has been when the drive […]


Brian Vickers’ Win at New Hampshire is the Start of Something Great

Brian Vickers

The magic mile is what they call New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The track, visited by the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series twice a year, however, had nothing magical about it. Until today that is. Today, Brian Vickers‘ career has come full […]


Brad Keselowski Wins Pole at New Hampshire

Brad Keselowski

Brad Keselowski captured the pole position at New Hampshire Motor Speedway when he needed it most. Keselowski captured pole on a track where passing is difficult. He now needs to assert his dominance as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series charges […]


NASCAR – Illegal Roof Flap Spacer Conspiracy

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Last week NASCAR was at Daytona International Speedway sixteen cars in the Sprint Cup Series and 15 Nationwide Series cars were found to have illegal roof flap spacers. Read about it here. So far there have not been any penalties […]


Will Gordon’s New Paint Scheme Be Hard To Spot At Michigan?

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As a fan of cars, especially the NASCAR Gen 6, I’m big on paint schemes. Although this comes a few races ahead of the Sprint Cup schedule, it has been announced Jeff Gordon’s No 24 car will feature a blue […]


Jeff Gordon Or Jimmie Johnson: Who’s Prime Is Better?

Jeff Gordon, and Jimmie Johnson

Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson have been the big dogs of NASCAR for quite some time. Both are good friends and have had their fair share of run-ins on the track at the same time. Both Gordon and Johnson are […]


NASCAR: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Captures Decisive Pole At Kentucky Motor Speedway

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Saturday will mark the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ third trip to the Kentucky Motor Speedway, the first for its generation-six car. The generation-six cars have performed admirably so far this season, but with new rear height and spring packages, the track […]


Michigan International Speedway Gave Several NASCAR Teams Some Surprises

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In a race where many NASCAR teams and manufacturers wanted to win for bragging rights in the motor city, not everyone left Michigan International Speedway happy. The Quicken Loans 400 may have been the 15th race of the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup […]


NASCAR Goliath Team Hendrick Motorsports Surprisingly Shut Down at Michigan International Speedway

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It was a truly uncharacteristic week in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Michigan International Speedway. Something truly remarkable happened; the entire stable of Hendrick Motorsports failed to finish in even the top twenty of the Quicken Loans 400 on […]


Can Dale Earnhardt Jr. Repeat this Weekend at Michigan International Speedway?

Matthew O'Haren-USA Today Sports

It’s undoubtedly the biggest story heading into this weekend’s NASCAR Sprint Cup racing at Michigan International Speedway: can the most popular driver in NASCAR, Dale Earnhardt Jr., make a repeat of last season’s Quicken Loans 400 and get his first win […]