One of a Kind: The Daytona International Speedway

She stands on the stretch of land between Interstate 95 and the notorious Daytona Beach. She emanates beauty, strength, power, and glory.

Camping World Truck Series Notebook: Fontane, Mattioli, and Bodine

As the days continue to count down to the Camping World Truck Series opener, more and more teams are making announcements so lets get you up to speed.

Martinsville Speedway Moves Goody’s 500 Qualifying To Saturday

Martinsville Speedway President W. Clay Campbell announced a scheduling change today that will double the action on Saturday during the Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500 weekend.

Improvements Should Mean Better Fan Experience At Martinsville Speedway In 2011

When fans return to Martinsville Speedway in April for the Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500 they will find plenty of changes, all aimed at an improved fan experience.

SS Green Light Racing Adds Team Engineer

SS Green Light Racing is pleased to announce that Matt Faulkner has joined the organization as a team engineer for the 2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Season.

Drivers Must Choose To Run For One Championship in 2011

Last week, Brad Keselowski tweeted, "Needed a good laugh tonight after being ruled ineligible for both shootout and NW championship in one loooong week.

Kevin Harvick Inc. Names Crew Chief and Number for Third Truck Series Program

Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) announced today that NASCAR veteran Chris Carrier will lead the organization's third Truck Series team as crew chief in 2011.

The Brian France Era of NASCAR

Brian France has stood stalwart against the verbal stones and arrows aimed in his direction because his approach to the operation of NASCAR is so different from that of his father and grandfather.

Lofton Joins Germain Racing for 2011 Season

24-year-old Justin Lofton will join Germain Racing for his sophomore effort in 2011, racing a Germain entered No. 77 Toyota Tundra full time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

Dale Earnhardt Will Never Be Forgotten But It’s Time to Detach His Name From...

It would have been easy for Camping World Truck Series driver Austin Dillon to say the same thing Dale Earnhardt Jr. did: no more three for me.