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Dale Earnhardt Jr. – ‘My heart wants me to continue’

DARLINGTON, S.C. -- “But my heart wants me to continue,” Earnhardt emphasized, “and wants me to continue to be working with the guys I’ve got. I’m only 41. I think I have some good years left. I’m as good as I have ever been inside the car. My ability to communicate and drive the car and get everything out of it, I feel very confident.

Talladega Preview – Records, Winning Quotes & Bill Elliott

Talladega Superspeedway is known as a track where anyone can win. It is often more about survival than finesse and it’s had it share of underdogs in the winner’s circle.

Common Sense Rules for NASCAR

I was reading a NASCAR news story the other day and thinking to myself, ‘What ever happened to common sense?’ Having the sense to do or say the right thing has become a characteristic that is rare in today’s society. NASCAR is a perfect example of this.

Martin Truex Jr. Heads to Atlanta with Renewed Confidence and Purpose

As the new season begins, Truex has a new perspective and appreciation for life. After competing for the win in the Daytona 500, a revitalized Truex is eager to carry that momentum forward as they head to one of his favorite tracks, Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Kyle Busch Will Return to NASCAR Competition at Sprint All-Star Race

“Today is an exciting day,” he began,”one that not a lot of folks would have thought possible that night in February down in the hospital in Daytona. Thanks to the good Lord, a tremendous medical team both in Daytona and of course Dr. Anderson here in Charlotte, the incredible support of my wife Samantha, my family and friends, everyone in the NASCAR community, and the many fans.

NASCAR, America and Hope

Can I tell you a secret? After spending the Memorial Day weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway reporting on the Coca-Cola 600, the most memorable moment had little to do with racing.

Kyle Larson Loses Race but Wins Points Lead

Kyle Larson finished second place at Phoenix Raceway but emerged as the new points leader, proving that consistency is key in the Chase for the Championship.

Blaney Rebounds with Sixth Place Finish at Las Vegas

Ryan Blaney drove his No. 21 Wood Brothers Racing Ford to a sixth-place finish at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, capturing his first top-10 of the season. It was especially gratifying after a last-lap crash last week at Atlanta relegated him to a discouraging 25th place result.

Earnhardt Puts Loss in Perspective, Shifts Focus to Martinsville

Dale Earnhardt Jr. had to win Sunday at Talladega in order to move forward to the Eliminator Round of the Chase. For a few brief moments, it looked as though he had done that just that. However, an untimely caution flag flew and it was determined that Joey Logano was actually leading the race when the caution was called, leaving Earnhardt out in the cold.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. – “I don’t want to be the new 48; I want...

“They're the 48 and we're the 88 and I don't want to be the new 48. I want to be the new 88. We'll definitely try to continue to work hard and try to win some more races and try to leave our own mark and not a mark similar to anyone else.”