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.

Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Victory at Martinsville – A Story of Celebration and Loss

His smile is infectious and his exuberance contagious. Nowhere was that more evident than in victory lane after Dale Earnhardt Jr. finally won at Martinsville Speedway. He’s an unexpected combination of vulnerability and a hidden strength born of tragedy that endears him to not only his fans but his fellow competitors as well. When Earnhardt wins it’s difficult not to get caught up in his joy.

Mark Martin Returns Home to his Racing Family

During his career, Mark Martin exemplified the best of NASCAR. He was a rare combination of an intense competitive spirit tempered with a moral code that garnered respect both on and off the track. When he retired in 2013, the sport lost one of its most esteemed ambassadors.

Why Richard Petty is NASCAR Royalty

Richard Petty may be called The King because of his achievements on the track but it is his actions off the track that make him NASCAR royalty in the hearts of the fans.

Jeff Gordon and Martin Truex Jr. Highlight Emotional Night at NASCAR Awards Banquet

There were no helmets to conceal the raw emotion and no sunglasses to hide the tears that glistened below the surface. “Life isn’t just about living,” he reminded us. “It’s about being alive.”

Tyler Reddick earns top 10 at Charlotte, moves into playoff contention

After qualifying fifth, rookie Tyler Reddick scored an eighth place finish in the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway Sunday night in his No. 8 Richard Childress Chevrolet.

Gordon’s Last Chance to Become First Driver to Win at Every Track

In a storied career that includes 92 wins and four championship titles, he has nothing left to prove. However, there is one accomplishment that would set him apart from any other driver in NASCAR history. A victory at Kentucky Speedway Saturday night would give Gordon a win at every track on the current Sprint Cup circuit.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. – Building a Legacy on his Own Terms

For most of his life, Dale Earnhardt Jr. has walked in the shadow of his famous father.  Each victory has been celebrated while every misstep has led to the inevitable comparison to a legacy that is larger than life.

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.

One Man’s Journey from Tragedy to Inspiration

“This is just my way of honoring the memory of two people who were very dear to me. It’s about a childhood dream and it’s about helping others. I can’t do it without help, though. This is literally my only shot.