1. FYI WIRZ: NASCAR Drivers Skip Speed to Fish Twice a Year for Disabled Kids

    When Daytona International Speedway and Homestead-Miami Speedway were constructed in time for their first races in 1959 and 1999, respectively, lakes were formed as well...

    Dwight Drum Written by Dwight Drum about 3 months ago 858 reads 1 comments

  2. Will New-Look Richard Childress Racing Be More Competitive in 2014?

    Few Sprint Cup teams come into the 2014 season with as many question marks than Richard Childress Racing ...

    Jerry Bonkowski Written by Jerry Bonkowski about 3 months ago 3,554 reads 7 comments

  3. Grading the Sprint Cup Series' Confirmed 2014 Driver Changes

    With the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season beginning to wind down, some teams are starting to shift their focus toward next season. Preparations have begun to make sure that it will be a successful one...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 7 months ago 13,148 reads 3 comments

  4. Geico 400 2013 at Chicago: Live Results, Updates and Analysis

    After being delayed for over an hour, and then being red flagged for more than five hours, the Geico 400 at Chicagoland finally came to an end with Matt Kenseth getting the first win in the Chase...

    Michael Guadalupe Written by Michael Guadalupe about 7 months ago 20,904 reads 24 comments

  5. Will Michael Waltrip Racing Penalties Change NASCAR's Culture of Cheating?

    Now that NASCAR has lowered the boom on Michael Waltrip Racing and taken the unprecedented step of altering the results of last Saturday night's Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway (per Tom Jensen and FoxSports...

    Joe Menzer Written by Joe Menzer about 8 months ago 140,685 reads 115 comments

  6. NASCAR Makes Right Call with MWR Penalties, Adding Ryan Newman to Chase

    NASCAR has been criticized countless times over the years for looking the other way when teams have bent—if not blatantly broken—the rules...

    Jerry Bonkowski Written by Jerry Bonkowski about 8 months ago 8,481 reads 90 comments

  7. Report: Ryan Newman to Replace Martin Truex Jr. in the Chase

    According to Jenna Fryer of the Associated Press via abcnews .com , Ryan Newman will be in NASCAR 's Chase for the Championship at the expense of Martin Truex Jr...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 8 months ago 4,101 reads 11 comments

  8. Ryan Newman, Jeff Gordon Make Chase Field After Controversial Season Finale

    After reviewing the controversial finish to the Federated Auto Parts 400 in Richmond, Va., NASCAR officials have decided to replace Martin Truex Jr...

    Rob Goldberg Written by Rob Goldberg about 8 months ago 681,943 reads 205 comments

  9. Ryan Newman's Odd 2013: From NASCAR Sprint Cup Chase Contender to Unemployed

    It's been a very strange month for Ryan Newman . Just before last month's Brickyard 400, he was told his services would no longer be needed after this season at Stewart-Haas Racing...

    Jerry Bonkowski Written by Jerry Bonkowski about 8 months ago 3,844 reads 1 comments

  10. Brickyard 400: Newman the Rare Driver to Beat Johnson at His Own Game

    INDIANAPOLIS – When Ryan Newman crossed the start-finish line Sunday to claim the Samuel Deeds 400—aka the Brickyard 400—the lyrics of a song that topped the charts more than 40 years ago came to mind...

    Jerry Bonkowski Written by Jerry Bonkowski about 9 months ago 4,032 reads 4 comments

  11. FYI WIRZ: NASCAR Sprint Cup Drivers Get Rare Break Before Brickyard Intensity

    Normally every Thursday or Friday during the long Sprint Cup season, NASCAR drivers are getting aboard private jets to get to the next racetrack to practice before the weekend race goes to the green flag...

    Dwight Drum Written by Dwight Drum about 9 months ago 1,563 reads 1 comments

  12. Who's Really the 'Big Stupid Idiot' in the Kyle Busch vs. Ryan Newman Feud?

    Imagine, if you will, a Hollywood studio filming a racing-related remake of "The Sound of Music." Only in this modern-day version, instead of Mother Abbess (Mother Superior) ...

    Jerry Bonkowski Written by Jerry Bonkowski about 9 months ago 10,070 reads 91 comments

  13. FYI WIRZ: NASCAR's Tony Stewart and More Know Motorsports Momentum Exists

    Momentum is a scientific term. All that one needs to do is reference the word in Merriam-Webster and bang—it’s back to physics class...

    Dwight Drum Written by Dwight Drum about 10 months ago 692 reads 1 comments

  14. Denny Hamlin and the 5 Drivers Who Need a Win at Pocono

    Since arriving in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2006, no one has been better at Pocono Raceway than Denny Hamlin . His four victories and eight top-five finishes are the most of any driver during that time, according to racing-reference...

    Zach Brown Written by Zach Brown about 11 months ago 810 reads 0 comments

  15. Talladega: NASCAR Needs New Blueprint for Restrictor-Plate Racing

    David Ragan's chances of winning a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at most tracks in 2013 is probably comparable to that of a donkey in the Kentucky Derby...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 12 months ago 7,462 reads 44 comments