This weekend’s race at Martinsville kicks off the second half of NASCAR’s playoffs, the Chase for the Championship. The first five races have been kind to some of us (Mike), while others are struggling to make up lost ground from early miscues (Cami). On the track, Jeff Burton has made the biggest gain, moving from …
Two years. One “levigation” project. One nightmare. That just about sums up the type of racing we’ve seen at Lowe’s Motor Speedway. Once known as one of the sport’s best tracks, recent results have been nothing short of disastrous. Now six Cup races into a new racing surface, no fuel cells, tire combinations or public …
The Bank of America 500 is the 31st race on the 36-race NASCAR Nextel Cup Series schedule. The Cup Series visits 1.5-mile Lowe’s Motor Speedway twice a year.
Q: I’m no fan of Jimmie Johnson or Dale Earnhardt Jr. – I pull for the Roush cars on race day – but I had to get a laugh out of the way Talladega ended. Hendrick shuts Brian Vickers out of his team meetings after years of making him run races with crappy stuff and …
With Johnson, Earnhardt Jr., Gordon and Hamlin all in incidents caused by non-Chase drivers, is it time for a separate points system for NASCAR’s Chasers?
Who are the drivers most likely to help you rebound from a tough week in your fantasy league as the racing moves back to “normal” racing at Charlotte?
Tony Stewart won this week thanks to gambling that probably wouldn’t have happened if he was racing for the championship. Is this actually better for sponsors?
With new asphalt and restrictor-plate engines, every team is going to be holding their breath for 500 miles, hoping they can avoid Talladega’s Big One.
This week at Kansas, I had to laugh when the TV broadcast flashed the “Team Chevy Winning Moment” banner across the bottom of the screen.
In the high-pressure world of the Chase, for a fuel pump to fail on Jeff Gordon’s car… how is that possible?