1. NASCAR at Indy: Here’s Rubber in F1’s Eye!

    It’s not that I have a personal vendetta against Formula 1. It’s that F1 is full of itself. The “pinnacle” of auto racing on Planet Earth was once again shown ...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about almost 6 years ago 1,419 reads 60 comments

  2. ‘Splain This: Los Angeles Clippers—What’s In A Name?

    “What does baffled mean?” said the street vendor to the police in the movie Highlander as the latter discussed the recent spate of beheadings in New York City...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 21,162 reads 12 comments

  3. 'Splain This: MLB All-Star Game A Case Study for Replay

    The American League team won the 2008 All-Star Game in the bottom of the 11th inning. At least that’s how I saw it. If you were watching the Fox broadcast, you should have seen it too...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 1,193 reads 5 comments

  4. Saving NASCAR Pt. One: Race “Stock” Cars

    True fans of NASCAR will agree that the “R” for Racing was replaced by Revenue long ago. The France family, owners of NASCAR, has found it more profitable to manage ...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 744 reads 12 comments

  5. Scott Pruett: Conversation With A Racing Legend, Pt. One

    On Friday, I had the opportunity to speak with road-racing legend Scott Pruett. He is the driver of the No. 01 Telmex Lexus-Riley Daytona Prototype for Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates in the Rolex Grand-Am Series...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 911 reads 5 comments

  6. Open Mic: Most Influential Sports Figures, Pt. One: The Athletes

    Who are the most powerful individuals in the U.S. sports industry? This isn’t exactly a topic for rocket-scientist types, but I thought I’d put down my slide rule and give it a few minutes of brainpower...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 2,281 reads 5 comments

  7. Tony Stewart Press Conference Transcript

    The official announcement was made today that Tony Stewart will join forces with Haas/CNC Racing to form Stewart-Haas Racing for 2009. The following is the transcript of the press conference featuring Tony and Haas/CNC GM Joe Custer...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 1,513 reads 2 comments

  8. Tony Stewart Leaving Joe Gibbs Racing—Official Release

    The official news just dropped about Tony Stewart departing Joe Gibbs Racing in 2009, with a year left on his contract. This move is the first of three expected announcements regarding the two-time NASCAR Cup Champion's future...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 1,360 reads 13 comments

  9. Racing Roundup: Pruett Prevails, Hamilton Handles, and Busch Wins... Again

    It was another exciting weekend of auto racing from around the globe—from some great finishes at Daytona, to a first-timer at Watkins Glen, to a masterful drive in the rain in England...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 715 reads 9 comments

  10. NASCAR: A Peek Inside The "Rule" Book

    The NASCAR Sprint Cup Coke Zero 400 had its moments. There was some great racing, a couple of multi-car wrecks (though none qualified to be called a “Big One”) and a green-white-checker finish...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 2,160 reads 14 comments

  11. 'Splain This: Oil Slick Shows F1 No Better Than NASCAR. But Who's to Blame?

    Let me say something about Formula One. Yes, that includes you, Mr. (Bernie) Ecclestone, and Mr. Nazi-themed Orgy-having el Jefe de FIA Max Mosley (Imagine Michael Buffer giving that introduction at a prize fight)...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 796 reads 8 comments

  12. Racing 101, Part Five: A Primer For Racing Writers and Editors

    This article is designed to be informative and used as a guide. A guide to help all the great contributors to the racing sections of Bleacher Report make a few adjustments to their pieces, so we’re all on the same page...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 256 reads 10 comments

  13. Racing Roundup: Kanaan Breaks Through, Kurt Busch Is The "Rain Man"

    The NASCAR Nationwide Series was in the Granite State for the Camping World RV Sales 200 presented by RVs.com at the recently re-named New Hampshire Motor Speedway...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 531 reads 8 comments

  14. Bleacher Report Radio Test Redux

    UPDATE 6-26 8:00 a.m. Central (US) time For those of you who missed it things went fairly well last night, until a storm moved in over Arlington, Texas, and we lost power in the studio...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 1,303 reads 42 comments

  15. Racing Roundup: Massa, Wheldon, and Busch Win Big; NHRA Loses

    Friday night the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series took to the flat oval known as the Milwaukee Mile for the Camping World RV Sales 200...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 1,453 reads 5 comments

  16. NASCAR: Infineon Preview With a Twist(ing Road Course)

    If only stock were available in Kasey Kahne, and I’d have bought about a month ago. Mind you, after seeing what he did during All-Star Weekend-first in being voted into the ...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 436 reads 1 comments

  17. Formula 1: 2008 United States Grand Prix Recap

    Due to Bernie Ecclestone’s short-sightedness and money-hungry ego there was not a United States Grand Prix in 2008...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 663 reads 15 comments

  18. Tiger Woods Out for Season, PGA Ratings Will Suffer

    The Associated Press is reporting that Tiger Woods will undergo more surgery on his knee and his season is over. After a rapid return from having arthroscopic surgery on his left knee two days after The Masters, it seems that Tiger's win at the U...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 1,118 reads 9 comments

  19. 'Splain This: How do Junior Fans React to Win for Hendrick?

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. owes a big "Thank you" card to Michael Waltrip and Patrick Carpentier after his win today in the Life Lock 400 Sprint Cup race at Michigan International Speedway...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 3,619 reads 35 comments

  20. Racing 101, Part 4: 24 Hours of Le Mans Primer

    It’s been over a year since I wrote a “Racing 101” piece, and with warm-ups complete for a big race today, I thought it was high-time to get back to helping expand ...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 992 reads 7 comments

  21. Diversity in NASCAR?: 225 Million Reasons There’s None

    Just as things were starting to look up for NASCAR—Ratings have rebounded in 2008, there’s a new “bad guy” that has many talking about the sport, and the ...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 963 reads 9 comments

  22. Formula One: Once Again, Ferrari Wins, Others Lose

    So FIA President in disgrace Max Mosely gets a strong vote of confidence, and once again, Ferrari walks scot-free in Formula One. A bizarre couple of weeks in the champagne and caviar world, but I want to focus on events on the track...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 2,423 reads 44 comments

  23. Oh Canada! Kubica Wins While Hamilton, Raikkonen and Alonso Watch

    The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is located in Montreal, but it may as well be in Bizarroworld. If anyone were to tell you yesterday that Ferrari and McLaren would be closed out of the podium, you'd have called them crazy...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 815 reads 2 comments

  24. "The Thrill..." Is Gone: Jim McKay Passes at 86

    Some may know the words by heart, and can hear the voice in reading them. "Spanning the globe to bring you a constant variety of sports. The thrill of victory, and the agony of defeat. The human drama of athletic competition...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 935 reads 7 comments

  25. A Conversation With Scott Speed "Racer"

    I had the opportunity to speak with Red Bull Racing driver Scott Speed, who runs the #2 car for Eddie Sharp Racing in the ARCA series, and the #22 for Bill Davis Racing in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series...

    Adam Amick Written by Adam Amick about 6 years ago 791 reads 5 comments