NASCAR is asking the Hard Questions

Asking questions does not mean that you challenge NASCAR’s intentions or that you are any less of a fan. It simply means that you want NASCAR to be the best it can be. It’s reassuring to realize that NASCAR has the same goal.

Alex Bowman Continues to Impress with Sixth Place Finish at Phoenix

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What a difference a few months can make. Bowman has gone from being jobless in January to joining JR Motorsports for eight XFINITY races to becoming the interim driver for Dale Earnhardt Jr. for what will be 10 Sprint Cup Series events.

NASCAR Class of 2013 Yearbook Memories

The 2013 season of NASCAR will be remembered as one of the most tumultuous in recent memory. The year would not be complete without a few snapshots to commemorate the highs and lows.

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.

Trevor Bayne – Making the Most of Every Opportunity

Trevor Bayne’s career has been a roller coaster ride of highs and lows but throughout it all he has remained constant in his belief that God has a plan for him. His faith gives him a unique perspective that allows him to accept both triumph and adversity with a maturity and grace that belies his young age.

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.

A Jeff Gordon story – Sometimes the little things mean the most

When his daughter was a small girl, she had a Jeff Gordon Pepsi trading card and desperately wanted it autographed. When the opportunity arose, they approached Gordon who was surrounded by fans.

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

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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.

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.

NASCAR’s Future Dependent on a Successful 2017 Season

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As the 2017 NASCAR season approaches, fans can expect to see significant changes both on and off the track. With Monster Energy leading the way as the new entitlement sponsor coupled with the recent exit of high-profile drivers such as Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards, this year could prove to be a defining moment in the future of NASCAR.