1. Rick Hendrick and the Future of Hendrick Motorsports: Genius or Big Bust?

    There's an age old saying when it comes to your competition, "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em." Rick Hendrick and the organization that he founded 25 years ago, then turned into a dynasty, never had a problem not being able to beat their competition...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 433 reads 15 comments

  2. Joey Logano Captures the Magic at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

    The 17th race on the 2009 Sprint Cup Series' schedule involved a trip to the New England area and the New Hampshire Motor Speedway...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 144 reads 17 comments

  3. The Robby Gordon and Michael Waltrip Show at New Hampshire

    Robby Gordon and Michael Waltrip are two of NASCAR's memorable drivers. Gordon for his take no prisoners attitude and driving style. Where as Waltrip is loved by fans for his outgoing personality and the ability to practically interview himself...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 643 reads 38 comments

  4. Tony Stewart and Jimmie Johnson Back To Playing Mind Games

    The last time a driver not named Jimmie Johnson won the Sprint Cup Series championship was back in 2005, when Tony Stewart hoisted his second title...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 502 reads 24 comments

  5. The Connection Between a NASCAR Fan and Their Favorite Driver

    There is a story behind why NASCAR fans bleed certain colors. There's a reason why they choose to only buy products associated with someone that drives a stock car, or why they choose not to buy products associated with someone that drives a stock car...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 377 reads 60 comments

  6. Road Warrior: Kasey Kahne Out-Duels Tony Stewart

    One wouldn’t think to associate NASCAR with wine, unless of course you’re thinking of reasons to not like Jeff Gordon...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 125 reads 34 comments

  7. Ricky Hendrick and The No. 5 Car: Two Good Things Now Gone

    With the way things have played out recently, you wouldn’t know that the NASCAR Nationwide Series used to have races that were won by Nationwide Series only drivers...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 876 reads 25 comments

  8. From Heroes to Zeros: The Downslide of Richard Childress Racing

    In one year the Miami Dolphins went from being the NFL's worst team, with a record of 1-15 in 2007, to a playoff team the following season...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 153 reads 12 comments

  9. Where Is The Sportsmanship in NASCAR?

    At first glance it would appear that a professional athlete only has one obligation: show up on time, play hard and get to go home...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 556 reads 42 comments

  10. Are Jimmie Johnson and Tony Stewart Peaking Too Early?

    Country star Kenny Rogers once sang "You got to know when to hold em, know when to fold em," and the way things have turned out recently in NASCAR, I'd say that's a pretty good philosophy...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 187 reads 29 comments

  11. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Gets a New Crew Chief UPDATED

    Listen very closely and you'll probably hear the sounds of Junior Nation rejoicing all over the world. After repeatedly saying that Tony Eury Jr. was the man for the job, Hendrick Motorsports owner Rick Hendrick had a change of heart...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 454 reads 30 comments

  12. Kenny Wallace Is a Great Guy But....

    It's probably hard to find one person that dislikes Kenny Wallace. Known for his out-going nature, yet nicknamed the shy one, Wallace has a one of a kind laugh and a first place personality...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 216 reads 21 comments

  13. Suddenly Sam! Sam Hornish Jr. Making Gains in NASCAR

    Just a short time ago one of the biggest stories in NASCAR was the open wheel driver invasion. Juan Pablo Montoya, Dario Franchitti, Jacques Villanueve, Patrick Carpentier, and AJ Allmendinger all traded in their open wheel cars to for stock cars...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 219 reads 31 comments

  14. Kurt Busch Wants to Take a Shot at the Indianapolis 500

    In the past, it wasn't uncommon to see Sprint Cup Series drivers running two races in one day during the month of May...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 179 reads 12 comments

  15. Brad Keselowski's Team Forced To Head Back to the Shop

    Wrecking your primary car in practice is bad enough, but wrecking a second car just adds insult to injury. That's how Brad Keselowski must feel after practicing for Saturday night's Nationwide Series race in Charlotte...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 210 reads 14 comments

  16. Finally Some Answers About the Struggles of Dale Earnhardt Jr.

    The debate rages on about what or who is to blame for the struggles that Dale Earnhardt Jr. is having thus far in 2009. I could be rich just by reading all the comments about how much of a bad driver Earnhardt Jr...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 1,633 reads 42 comments

  17. Pit Road Mistakes Are the Headline of Sprint All-Star Qualifying

    Pit road mistakes in 2009 have become as common as Kyle Busch winning has. Every week a handful of drivers are either having trouble on pit road or their crews are having problems on the pit stops...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 242 reads 5 comments

  18. Drivers Wives Taking Part in the Action of the Sprint Pit Crew Challenge

    Tonight the Time Warner Cable Arena will play host to the Sprint Pit Crew Challenge in which 24 of NASCAR's best pit crews will battle it out for bragging rights...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 137 reads 0 comments

  19. After Darlington Max Papis Has Become Mad Max

    Darlington Raceway is known to reach out, grab drivers and end their night early. The common saying is "race the race track" and you'll survive...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 98 reads 5 comments

  20. Do You Feel Like a Million Dollars? Tommy Baldwin Racing Hopes To

    In less than a week, one driver is going to walk away from the Lowe's Motor Speedway a million dollars richer. Yes, one million dollars...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 296 reads 4 comments

  21. Winning at Talladega May Have Complicated Things for Brad Keselowski

    As the newest winner on the Sprint Cup Series circuit, 25-year-old Brad Keselowski is the hot topic around the NASCAR forum...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 1,037 reads 37 comments

  22. Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Pit Crew Is Best at Talladega

    It sounds like a joke, an oxymoron, ironic or a Who-Would-Have-Thought moment. After all their early season troubles and their pit road struggles, Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s No. 88 team won the pit crew award for the race at Talladega Super Speedway...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 96 reads 7 comments

  23. NASCAR Journalist David Poole Passes Away

    David Poole, a NASCAR journalist for The Charlotte Observer and Thatsracin.com has passed away. Poole had returned home from the most recent Sprint Cup race in Talladega, Ala and was at home with his family when he suffered a heart attack...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 479 reads 17 comments

  24. Winning Car Owner James Finch Remembers Neil Bonnet

    Everyone knew that Brad Keselowski was going to be a NASCAR Sprint Cup winner. However, most thought that would come in about a year or two when it was presumed that he would take over the No...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 1,883 reads 5 comments

  25. Regan Smith Returning to Site of First Sprint Cup Win: According to Him

    To this day, Regan Smith still believes that he was the winner of the Amp Energy 500 at Talladega last fall. Smith had made a move to pass Tony Stewart on the last lap coming down toward the start-finish line...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 5 years ago 99 reads 3 comments