Hendrick Motorsports played crew chief musical chairs this offseason, giving Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Gordon and Mark Martin a breath of fresh air. Will any of the three benefit from the arrangement, and if Junior struggles again, do you expect him to leave the Hendrick camp a year early?
Every February, when the NASCAR season is just around the corner, the butterflies start to build and the excitement of finally seeing cars back on the track is at an all-time high. Along with that anticipation is the challenge of figuring out what cars have new colors, new drivers, new numbers, new guys calling the …
Today’s Season Preview Topic: There’s been increasing criticism in recent years over NASCAR’s TV broadcasts. What do you think is the biggest hurdle these broadcasts have been facing, and what network needs to revamp its coverage the most for 2011? How?
Today’s Season Preview Topic: NASCAR chose to address the issues of the past few years by… tweaking the Chase (slightly) and revamping the points system. Good move? Bad move? What’s the one thing they didn’t fix you wish they had?
For the second time in the organization’s history, Richard Childress Racing will head to Daytona for the season opener as a four-car team.
There were not many high points for Scott Speed in his 2010 campaign with Red Bull Racing; however, the first four races of the season seemed to show a bit of promise for the sophomore driver.
Ryan Newman’s high point came early in the season, when he and the No. 39 team were able to use late-race pit strategy and a green-white-checkered finish to score his lone win of the 2010 season at Phoenix International Raceway.
One driver looking to continue his impressive late-season surge and steal a bit of the spotlight is sophomore sensation Joey Logano.
Throughout the majority of the year, many in the media – myself included – have decried NASCAR for a multitude of things.
Three races to go, three contenders for this year’s championship trophy. Coming off the so-called “wild card” race of the Chase at Talladega, Jimmie Johnson, Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick are separated by only 38 points – the smallest margin since the inception of NASCAR’s playoff format in 2004. With only three more weeks before a …