“More Drivers Die in the Month of August” The headline in the local paper barely caught my eye, as it had all the panic I associate with pointless statistics and surveys. More people on vacation, drinking with friends, and traversing unknown roads results in — drum roll please — more fatalities on the highways. Complacency …
Wood Brothers Racing’s Trevor Bayne is being withheld from this weekend’s NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race, as well as the Nationwide Series race at Iowa Speedway.
In today’s NASCAR, an underdog win is a rarity. David Reutimann grabbed one last year, the only real surprise of 2010, and one a year is average these days.
After Regan Smith’s win at Darlington, here are the five greatest upsets from the past 20 years of NASCAR racing.
In the past couple of weeks, the talk of the NASCAR world has been about drivers behaving badly.
Kevin Harvick told reporters outside NASCAR’s “oval office” it was a shame they were covering his latest dustup instead of talking to Regan Smith about his win.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out this week’s big story from NASCAR Bubbleland: Regan Smith earning an upset Darlington victory.
Trevor Bayne, the youngest driver in history to win the Daytona 500, will not race at the Lady in Black this evening.
Does Trevor Bayne’s illness make Ricky Stenhouse Jr. the No. 1 prospect for Roush Fenway Racing?
Kyle Busch was able to stretch 107 laps out of a tank of fuel to drive to victory Saturday night at Richmond.