2. Boys Will Be Boys. Kurt Busch and Tony Stewart were once again at each other’s throats after wrecking in Friday’s practice leading up to the Bud Shootout.
For the first time since the November Atlanta race in 1987, a streak of 621 consecutive races, Mark Martin will not be competing in a NASCAR Cup Series event.
Editor’s Note: Mike Lovecchio will be covering testing in a variety of ways for us this January at Daytona. For his Day 1 report, click here. Mark Martin wasn’t shy with his comments about single-car runs following the first day of Winter Testing in Daytona, going as far as to call the session a “waste …
Kasey Kahne is getting sued for an incident in which he pushed a 62-year-old security officer to the ground. Is this a troubling sign of a driver’s immaturity?
Choosing family and fatherhood over deafening racecars and a gaudy-looking trophy, Mark Martin still managed to get off to the best start of his storied career.
Did You Notice? That no matter the Race of Champions you set up, it’s impossible to be unbiased? The knock on IROC was that the cars were too NASCAR-focused.
It appeared Kevin Harvick was headed for another Busch win at Homestead, but after leading 84 of the first 140 laps, a pit-road penalty cost him the race.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what a select few were thinking following the Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
As the curtain closes on the 2007 NASCAR season, there’s many drivers and teams that will say goodbye to the glare of the public spotlight – and hello to the greener pastures of other dreams, retirement beckoning them elsewhere. But in particular, there’s one sponsor whose departure may affect the future of the sport for …
In our newest feature, Senior Staff Writer Becca Gladden scours the NASCAR news front to bring you the week’s curious, offbeat, and just plain wacky news from the intriguing world of big-time stock car racing. Trust us, folks, these stories are all true – we just couldn’t make this stuff up! According to an article …