We’ve now marked the one-year anniversary of the Jeremy Mayfield drug suspension. What have all parties learned from the debacle?
Hello, race fans and welcome to my weekly TV critique. This past weekend, the three top NASCAR series were all in Dover, Del. for a tripleheader.
Aric Almirola took the checkered flag 0.898 seconds ahead of James Buescher to win the Dover 200 Friday afternoon (May 14) at Dover International Speedway.
Martin Truex Jr. considers Dover his home track and his pole was the beginning of a solid day.
Almost two weeks ago, the Charlotte Observer reported several subcontractors claim they are owed for work done at the new Kyle Busch Motorsports facility.
The Richmond race is often one of NASCAR’s most competitive. Instead, its 12 lead changes were the fewest all season. Cause for concern, or still a great race?
Finally, tires squeal and the poor guy gets his car moving. Everybody in the stands cheers. NO YELLOW FLAG!
This past weekend, the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide series were both at Richmond International Raceway near Richmond, Va.
After a month off and an hour-long rain delay, Johnny Sauter won the O’Reilly Auto Parts 250 Sunday afternoon (May 2) at Kansas Speedway.
How is Jennifer Jo Cobb, a rookie, transitioning to her role behind the scenes as she looks to be more competitive behind the wheel?