1. Two Legend Teams Share Sadness as Standalone Petty Enterprises Welcomes GEM

    The Petty's and the Andretti's, two names that in the racing world will never be forgotten. At Martinsville in 1999, John Andretti drove the No...

    Mitch Heath Written by Mitch Heath about almost 6 years ago 231 reads 1 comments

  2. Tony Stewart Wins: Controversy At 'Dega

    So I know I haven't written in a while and I also know that I don't have the power to appeal or change NASCAR decisions but the call that was made about Regan Smith earlier today was unfair...

    Mitch Heath Written by Mitch Heath about 6 years ago 356 reads 4 comments

  3. Jimmie Johnson Comes Out On Top of "Tireing" Race at the Brickyard

    The Allstate 400 at the Brickyard was anything but an easy race. Due to constant competition cautions for teams to check tirewear every 10-12 laps, the longest green flag run was 12 laps...

    Mitch Heath Written by Mitch Heath about over 6 years ago 380 reads 0 comments

  4. Jimmie Johnson Wins ESPN ESPY

    Two-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion Jimmie Johnson has won yet another big award, an ESPN ESPY. Johnson won the award at the 16th annual ESPN ESPY awards for best driver...

    Mitch Heath Written by Mitch Heath about over 6 years ago 538 reads 0 comments

  5. Martin Truex, Jr. and DEI to Pay Hefty Fines for NASCAR Penalty Infringements

    After Martin Truex, Jr.'s car infringement at Daytona this past weekend he faced very hefty fines. As stated on NASCAR...

    Mitch Heath Written by Mitch Heath about over 6 years ago 615 reads 1 comments

  6. Jimmie Johnson Had 10 Wins Last Season—Can Kyle Busch Tie or Better It?

    During the 2007 season Jimmie Johnson had 10 wins and then went on to win his second championship. Kyle Busch and Johnson were then teammates, and Busch had only one win...

    Mitch Heath Written by Mitch Heath about over 6 years ago 322 reads 0 comments

  7. Kurt Busch: Hope Still in Sight

    Sunday at the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, rain fell down ending the race early, but pride rose high for Kurt Busch...

    Mitch Heath Written by Mitch Heath about over 6 years ago 562 reads 1 comments

  8. NASCAR's Marcos Ambrose: High Hopes After Disappointment

    After starting seventh at the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at The Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, California this past weekend, Marcos Ambrose was overall disappointed with his finish of 42nd...

    Mitch Heath Written by Mitch Heath about over 6 years ago 1,787 reads 14 comments

  9. Gordon and Stewart Hoping to Score Their First Wins of 2008 at Sonoma

    In the past, both Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart have had a pretty good records at Sonoma along with other wins to back it up but this season both Gordon and Stewart have two zeroes in the win column...

    Mitch Heath Written by Mitch Heath about over 6 years ago 163 reads 0 comments

  10. Kyle Busch To No Longer Race The NASCAR Nationwide Series

    As mentioned in a post-crashinterview after Saturday nights Meijer 300 at the Kentucky Speedway, Kyle Busch was asked if he was going to continue driving in the Nationwide Series and go to Milwaukee next weekend and he responded by saying "No, I'm done"..

    Mitch Heath Written by Mitch Heath about over 6 years ago 157 reads 3 comments