1. NASCAR: Bristol's Night Race Track Facts and Stats

    Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee holds two races annually, dating back to 1961. However, in recent years, the Bristol Night race has taken on a life of its own...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about almost 3 years ago 893 reads 0 comments

  2. NASCAR: Track Facts and Stats for Pocono's August Race

    After an exciting week at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the NASCAR Sprint Cup series will move to another flat two and a half mile track, the Tricky Triangle of Pocono Raceway...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about 3 years ago 445 reads 0 comments

  3. NASCAR: Indianapolis Motor Speedway Track Facts and Stats

    The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series makes one annual stop at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, a track at which drivers and their crews want to win...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about 3 years ago 716 reads 0 comments

  4. NASCAR: Daytona's July Race Brings Just as Much Magic as February's

    Just mention the words "Daytona 500" and memories of past magical races come alive. Rather, it’s the first one in 1959 with a photo finish in which Lee Petty claimed victory, ...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about 3 years ago 544 reads 6 comments

  5. RCR Teams Look To Continue the Momentum They Found Last Year at Atlanta

    second Atlanta race last year saw some of the same story lines that will headline this year's race; most notably, who will claim the final spots in the chase...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about almost 4 years ago 41 reads 0 comments

  6. Chase Bubble Drivers are Trying to Make Chase By Winning

    Every time there is a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, there are several smaller races. On qualifying day, there is the race for the go or go homers to race their way into the race...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about 4 years ago 192 reads 0 comments

  7. NASCAR: Are Two Tires Better Than Four Late in the Race?

    It’s an age-old debate every time a driver pulls into the pits: Should they take two tires or four tires? Most of the time, and during most races, four tires will prevail over two...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about 4 years ago 287 reads 5 comments

  8. NASCAR Rulebook Section 10-4

    Rules are what make sports fair, but sometimes it may seem that they make a certain sport unfair as well. Raiders fans will probably still tell you that NFL Rule 3, Section 21, Article ...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about 4 years ago 651 reads 8 comments

  9. Road Courses Could Be NASCAR's Other Wild Card Races

    They’re shaped differently than the other 20 tracks that NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series races on. They’re a lot longer than most of NASCAR tracks and they have these funky right-hand turns...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about 4 years ago 120 reads 3 comments

  10. NASCAR Now Smokeless, New Law Prevents Tobacco From Sports Advertising

    NASCAR and tobacco used to go hand and hand, as NASCAR grew-up in the Carolinas where every-year thousands of tobacco plants grow from the semi-tropical soil that is needed for its growth...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about 4 years ago 2,183 reads 11 comments

  11. Why Kasey Kahne and Rick Hendrick Should Pass On Stewart-Haas In 2011

    Kasey Kahne, the current driver of the No. 9 Budweiser Ford at Richard Petty Motorsports, will not be driving that car next year. In 2012 he will be driving a Chevrolet for Rick Hendrick, but his plans for 2011 are up in the air...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about over 4 years ago 741 reads 0 comments

  12. Wyoming Cowboys Have One Advantage over Texas: Laramie's Altitude

    Laramie, Wyoming is home to the only four-year university in the least populated state in the Union. Therefore, it is also home to the only collegiate football team. The Wyoming Cowboys call War Memorial Stadium home...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about almost 5 years ago 1,896 reads 1 comments

  13. Is 7 Races Too Little To Lose Rookie Status in NASCAR?

    In the three major NASCAR touring series (and most other NASCAR series) it is easy to tell the rookies from the rest of the pack, simply because they carry a bumper wide yellow strip on the back of their car...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about almost 5 years ago 356 reads 2 comments

  14. Sprint Cup Series: Wrecks Will Still Play a Big Part Before The Chase

    Wrecks are always a factor in every track that the Sprint Cup Series races. However, with rule changes and a car that some believe is less racy, wrecks in the Sprint Cup Series seem to be more frequent...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about 5 years ago 133 reads 3 comments

  15. A Look Into Mark Martin's Success In 2009

    Mark Martin has surprised many fans, drivers, crew chiefs and NASCAR officials with four wins (so far) and a chance at making the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship. But what has made the No...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about 5 years ago 307 reads 3 comments

  16. Just How Many First Time Winners Will There Be In 2009?

    The 2009 NASCAR Sprint cup series schedule has seen its fair share of surprises but what might be most surprising is the number of first time winners...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about 5 years ago 114 reads 6 comments

  17. Denver Coaching In 2009: A Mile High Change

    The 2009 Denver Broncos will have a long road ahead of them as they have to deal with a mostly new coaching staff. After the 2008 season the old era of Mike Shanahan came to an end and Josh McDaniels became a household name in Bronco nation...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about 5 years ago 118 reads 2 comments

  18. Denver Broncos' Chance In The AFC (Not So Wild) West

    Not too long ago, the AFC west was viewed by fans and the media as one of the toughest divisions to play in. All four teams had tremendous home field advantage...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about 5 years ago 589 reads 3 comments

  19. The 2009 Denver Broncos Envisioning a Change In the Backfield

    For the Denver Broncos of 2009 with the coaching change I envision the backfield of both sides off the ball may see most of the play changes...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about 5 years ago 1,071 reads 4 comments

  20. Wide Open with Denver Broncos Wide Receiver Brandon Marshall: A Mock Interview

    Here are some questions that I would ask Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Q. First, what are some of the expectations that you have coming into the 2009 season? Q. How do you think that the coaching change will affect your game play? Q...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about over 5 years ago 471 reads 1 comments

  21. Why The Broncos Are Mile High In My Book

    Jan. 25, 1998, Live from Qualcomm stadium the 32nd Super Bowl is about to kickoff and it is the first Super Bowl I can remember watching...

    Mark Schafer Written by Mark Schafer about over 5 years ago 195 reads 2 comments