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Dale Earnhardt Jr. Looking for Three-Peat at Pocono

Dale Earnhardt Jr. heads to Pocono Raceway with winning on his mind. Last year he swept both Sprint Cup events at the 2.5-mile track, becoming only the seventh driver in track history to accomplish this feat.

Andy Hillenburg: The Man behind Bringing NASCAR Back to Rockingham Speedway

He calls himself a ‘blue collar man’ and he is willing to do whatever it takes to make one of his dreams come true.

NASCAR – The Men Behind the Curtain

The governing body of NASCAR is reminiscent of the ‘Great Oz’ with its true agenda hidden behind a curtain of mystery. Sleight of hand and misdirection create the illusion that NASCAR is a sport driven by the desires of its passionate fans.

Exclusive: Bubba Wallace embraces Richard Petty legacy while forging his own path

MARTINSVILLE, Va. — In some ways, it was an unlikely pairing. Petty, deemed "The King" of stock car racing, was instrumental in the development of the sport while Bubba Wallace epitomizes the future of NASCAR.

Jeffrey Earnhardt Continues the Family Tradition

Jeffrey Earnhardt may have a famous last name but he’s determined to make his mark in NASCAR on his own terms. His determination is unmistakable and his desire undeniable as he talks racing.

Is it Time for NASCAR to Allow the Use of Tire Bleeder Valves?

NASCAR has a long standing tradition of strictly prohibiting any manipulation or modifications of tires. But considering the extensive time and effort required to police the teams for this particular infraction, maybe it’s time for NASCAR to consider a change in the rules and allow the use of bleeder valves.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Still Chasing First Win of the Season

"I like to gamble. I liked the call. I love being aggressive,” he stated after the race. “We were going to drive up there and pass that No. 4 (Kevin Harvick). So, we had to take a chance. Second, fifth, fourth, whatever; it really don’t matter if you don’t win.”

Michigan International Speedway – Did you know?

Cale Yarborough won the first NASCAR race at Michigan on June 15, 1969 in a Mercury for Wood Brothers Racing. The event was highlighted by an intense battle between Yarborough and LeeRoy Yarbrough during the final 150 laps.

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.

Why Wendell Scott Should be Inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame

As the 2015 nominees for the NASCAR Hall of Fame were announced on February 21, I began putting together my list of hopefuls for induction. Wendell Scott’s name immediately came to mind.