1. NASCAR Veterans Face Thin Ice in Downturn: Today's Racing, Part Two

    While NASCAR nation has celebrated veteran drivers like Mark Martin and Ron Hornaday Jr. throughout the 2009 season, these drivers continue to be more the exception than the rule, especially in trying economic times...

    Janelle Jalbert Written by Janelle Jalbert about almost 5 years ago 322 reads 6 comments

  2. NASCAR CWTS Driver Brian Scott Driving Moving To Nationwide In 2010

    Just announced on SPEED's Race Hub Brian Scott, driver of the No. 16 Xpress MotorsportsToyota Tundra is moving to a full time Nationwide ride in 2010.  Scott made the announcement himself with Todd Braun on the show Monday evening...

    Janelle Jalbert Written by Janelle Jalbert about almost 5 years ago 90 reads 7 comments

  3. Ron Hornaday Has No Love For Kyle Busch In Texas CWTS Race

    Kyle Busch drove the No. 51 Toyota Tundra to his fifth straight win in his last five NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races. Matt Crafton, who is second in the standings, finished second in the race...

    Janelle Jalbert Written by Janelle Jalbert about almost 5 years ago 193 reads 10 comments

  4. NASCAR Doesn't Get It

    In a lengthy blog post last night, Ramsey Poston, NASCAR Managing Director of Corporate Communications took the completely wrong approach to addressing the dissatisfaction of NASCAR fans with the race at Talladega this past Sunday...

    Janelle Jalbert Written by Janelle Jalbert about almost 5 years ago 127 reads 0 comments

  5. Halloween Racing at Talladega Can Emphasize a Driver's Superstitions

    Fans who have been around racing understand that superstitions can play a big role in how a driver comes to view a given race...

    Janelle Jalbert Written by Janelle Jalbert about almost 5 years ago 87 reads 5 comments

  6. Phoenix Racing Hires James Buescher for Two Races and a COT Test

    James Buescher has driven the No. 10 truck for Circle Bar Racing this season. He sits in third for the Raybestos Rookie of the Year honors, only 16 points behind Tayler Malsam, who drives the No...

    Janelle Jalbert Written by Janelle Jalbert about almost 5 years ago 52 reads 0 comments

  7. Rules Changes Announced For 2010 In NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

    NASCAR announced several rule changes for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. The changes are to help teams control costs while allowing the series to maintain the level of competition fans have come to enjoy...

    Janelle Jalbert Written by Janelle Jalbert about almost 5 years ago 258 reads 6 comments

  8. NASCAR Driver AJ Allmendinger Arrested for Drunk Driving

    AJ Allmendinger, former open wheel racer and NASCAR Sprint Cup driver of the number 44 for Richard Petty Motorsports, was arrested early Thursday morning after failing a sobriety test...

    Janelle Jalbert Written by Janelle Jalbert about almost 5 years ago 267 reads 3 comments

  9. Gas and Go: Quick Hits for Week 22 of the Camping World Truck Series

    The trucks roared back to life last weekend at Martinsville after a three week break, and Timothy Peters took his first checkered flag in the Camping World Truck Series.  This week brings plate racing at Talladega with its inaugural Hallow-Dega weekend...

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  10. Mike Skinner Wins 50th Pole: Ron Hornaday Has Shotgun at Martinsville

    Mike Skinner, driver of the number 5, put his Toyota Tundra on the pole for Saturday’s Kroger 200 at Martinsville. It is Skinner's 50th pole as he is poised to be the first driver to make ...

    Janelle Jalbert Written by Janelle Jalbert about almost 5 years ago 42 reads 0 comments

  11. Breaking News: Jimmie Johnson Beat by Sprint Cup Rookie

    Okay, so it is only qualifying, but when was the last time that type of headline was even a possibility? More unfathomable, yet accurate, is the fact that Jimmie Johnson was the worst of the Hendrick team in qualifying at Martinsville...

    Janelle Jalbert Written by Janelle Jalbert about almost 5 years ago 21 reads 3 comments

  12. Is Almirola Playing David to a Ganassi and Earnhardt Goliath?

    Almirola filed papers last week in North Carolina Superior Court stating that he has a breach-of-contract dispute with Earnhardt Ganassi Racing and Dale Earnhardt Inc...

    Janelle Jalbert Written by Janelle Jalbert about almost 5 years ago 31 reads 2 comments

  13. Do the Extended Breaks Have An Impact on NASCAR CWTS Fans?

    Finally!  The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will be back at the track this week in Martinsville after a three-week hiatus following the Las Vegas race last month...

    Janelle Jalbert Written by Janelle Jalbert about almost 5 years ago 68 reads 4 comments