1. Stock Up, Stock Down for NASCAR Drivers Fighting for 2013 Chase Berths

    Jimmie Johnson blew an engine Sunday at Michigan International Speedway. Kyle Busch wrecked once and spun twice. Even Clint Bowyer looped his car on the first lap...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 11 months ago 2,577 reads 1 comments

  2. Pure Michigan 400 2013: Will Jeff Gordon Wake Up in Time to Earn a Chase Berth?

    At Michigan International Speedway on Sunday, Jeff Gordon 's car readily jumped between wild handling conditions. None of them ever seemed to be what the four-time series champion needed...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 11 months ago 3,427 reads 15 comments

  3. Where Will Juan Pablo Montoya and Chip Ganassi Racing Go After Parting Ways?

    It wasn't supposed to be this way, eight years after Chip Ganassi surprised just about everyone in NASCAR by signing a Formula One driver for a Sprint Cup Series ride...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 12 months ago 10,198 reads 6 comments

  4. Winners and Losers of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Watkins Glen

    All is picturesque, scenic and tranquil during most summer afternoons in upstate New York's Finger Lakes region...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 12 months ago 6,933 reads 5 comments

  5. How Tony Stewart's Crash Impacts the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Chase

    The ripples from Tony Stewart 's violent sprint car crash Monday night started slowly across social media from their roots at a small-time Southern Iowa dirt track...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 12 months ago 8,025 reads 6 comments

  6. Winners and Losers of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Pocono

    The face of Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Pocono Raceway changed completely with the caution on Lap 78. Until then, it was Jimmie Johnson's race to lose...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 12 months ago 3,557 reads 9 comments

  7. NFL-Style Local TV Blackout Would Help NASCAR's Empty Seat Problem at Indy

    Sports fans hate TV blackouts. In fact, two of the first three suggested results on Google for "sports blackouts" prove it: "Sports blackouts are stupid" and "sports blackout lawsuit" come in as two of the first three...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 12 months ago 1,304 reads 7 comments

  8. Brickyard 400: 10 Things We Learned from NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race

    INDIANAPOLIS—Ryan Newman rolled to victory at Samual Deed's Brickyard at the 400, fending off a dominant Jimmie Johnson, who had fallen behind due to a late pit stop Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 12 months ago 4,114 reads 2 comments

  9. Analyzing Risks and Rewards for NASCAR's New TV Deal with NBC and FOX

    NASCAR's long-term television future is nearly set in stone with several pieces of the puzzle being locked into place Tuesday. Now all that's left is to see how it affects the sport over the next decade...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 5,684 reads 12 comments

  10. Stock Watch for Top Stars in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

    We know a lot about the competition of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series after nearly five months of racing across the country. But with the Chase for the Sprint Cup looming, there's still plenty we don't know...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 2,589 reads 10 comments

  11. Breaking Down NASCAR Drivers on Bubble of Sprint Cup Chase

    At the summer off-weekend break for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2012, most of the field of 12 drivers eligible to compete for the title of Sprint Cup championship was all but set...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 4,107 reads 1 comments

  12. Will Win at New Hampshire Land Brian Vickers Full-Time Sprint Cup Series Ride?

    Brian Vickers took home a nice trophy and a six-figure paycheck for delivering his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win in nearly four years...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 1,631 reads 2 comments

  13. Burning Questions Midway Through the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Season

    From Daytona to Napa Valley, and from Fort Worth to Pocono, we have seen plenty from this 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. There was Jimmie Johnson's assertion that his reign as the sport's titan wasn't waning in the season-opening Daytona 500...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 9,625 reads 2 comments

  14. Jimmie Johnson's 2013 Daytona Sweep Brings out More Unwarranted Hate

    Jimmie Johnson , even after all of these years, all the wins and all of this jaw-dropping success, still can't catch a break from a large part of NASCAR 's fanbase...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 9,401 reads 94 comments

  15. Winners and Losers of the 1st Half of the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Season

    Despite Danica Patrick's pole at the 2013 Daytona 500 seeming like it was just days ago, NASCAR's halfway point in the 36-race regular season is here. Oh, what a go we've had...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 14,941 reads 9 comments

  16. Has Matt Kenseth Unlocked the Key to Success in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Chase?

    Jimmie Johnson and crew chief Chad Knaus seem to have found the solution to the complicated formula that NASCAR 's new Gen-6 car routinely needs to go fast...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 2,834 reads 11 comments

  17. Not Your Average Road Trip: How NASCAR Teams Transport Their Cars

    It was right around the journey's halfway point when the tractor-trailer carrying Josh Wise's No. 35 began to show signs of distress...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 11,195 reads 3 comments

  18. NASCAR Sonoma 2013: What Martin Truex Jr. Must Do to Achieve Star Status

    Martin Truex Jr. has never really been searching for validation of his 2010 move to Michael Waltrip Racing. The quickly declining future—calling it a dumpster fire isn't far off—of former team Dale Earnhardt Inc...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 2,502 reads 3 comments

  19. Why NASCAR Needs to Improve the Fan Experience at Tracks

    NASCAR has long been a spectator sport that has walked the line of being fully fan-friendly. There are the good parts—most tracks allow coolers full of beer, drinks or food; ...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 4,374 reads 19 comments

  20. 2013 Quicken Loans 400: Greg Biffle's Competitive Fire Refreshing for NASCAR

    In NASCAR , winning isn't always everything. Blame it on the long schedule with 36 checkered flags each year sometimes separated by fewer than six days...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 2,202 reads 2 comments

  21. NASCAR 2013: Why a Win Is Imminent for Dale Earnhardt Jr.

    Long droughts without going to Victory Lane have become common for NASCAR's ever popular Dale Earnhardt Jr. But signals—if I dare say—are pointing toward another one coming to an end...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 3,678 reads 7 comments

  22. NASCAR Pocono 400: Jimmie Johnson Storming Towards the Chase with a Vengeance

    Jimmie Johnson started 2013 with just a tinge of curmudgeon in his tone. He made it a point to note that Brad Keselowski , the guy who had beaten him to the title just a few months ...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 2,852 reads 5 comments

  23. All-Time Wildest Moments at Pocono Raceway

    Pocono Raceway's nickname is "The Tricky Triangle" thanks to its unique three-corner configuration. No other track on the NASCAR circuit is like the east Pennsylvania speedway built with three wholly different corners...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 4,067 reads 2 comments

  24. Tony Stewart: Are His 2013 Struggles Finally in the Past?

    Tony Stewart would love for his surprise win at Dover Sunday to be a statement that No. 14 is back and regularly ready to compete...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 2,047 reads 4 comments

  25. 10 Young Drivers with the Potential to Star in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

    NASCAR 's youth movement of the early to mid 2000s is officially dead. After years of teams seeking the latest and greatest young driver who team owners and sponsors hoped would be ...

    Geoffrey Miller Written by Geoffrey Miller about 1 year ago 5,157 reads 15 comments