1. Sprint All-Star Burnout Competiton Gets a Twist

    During last years Sprint All-Star weekend, NASCAR introduced a new event to kick off the weekend: the burnout competition...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 77 reads 8 comments

  2. Kurt Busch Looks to Fans for Help

    After Kurt Busch won his first race of the 2009 season last Sunday in the Kobalt Tools 500 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway, fans were expecting a nice little celebration burn out. What they got was a backward victory lap when Busch drove the No...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 87 reads 6 comments

  3. Team Owner Billy Ballew Arrested For DUI

    NASCAR Camping World Truck Series owner Billy Ballew was arrested last Wednesday at the Atlanta Motor Speedway for driving under the influence. Ballew was driving on the Atlanta Motor Speedway property where he owns a condo, when he was pulled over...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 247 reads 15 comments

  4. NASCAR Suspends Second Crew Member For Drug Use

    NASCAR officials announced today that John Boyd, a crew member for the No. 23 Aarons Dream Machine team in the Nationwide Series, driven by Ken Butler, has been suspended indefinitely...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 281 reads 10 comments

  5. Jimmie Johnson's Beard: Momma Likes It, So It's Staying

    When Jimmie Johnson was seen for the first time since hoisting his third Sprint Cup championship last November, he actually caused the NASCAR world to stop, and the message boards to light up...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 241 reads 23 comments

  6. Martin Truex Jr.'s Status Unknown for Sunday's Race

    After final practice for Sunday's Kobalt Tools 500 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway, Martin Truex Jr. went to the emergency room for a kidney stone. It is unknown whether he will be able to race...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 90 reads 4 comments

  7. Jeff Gordon Heads to Atlanta with a New Look

    For the first time since his dominating 2007 season, in which he won six races and set a Sprint Cup record of 30 top 10s, Jeff Gordon is leading the Sprint Cup points standings. He is happy, healthy, and extremely confident...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 301 reads 21 comments

  8. Kyle Busch Is Giving Everyone Hell

    Kyle Busch is NASCAR's resident bad guy or hero depending on what side you choose. He's brash, bold and aggressive and is never at a lost for words...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 153 reads 28 comments

  9. Greg Biffle Has Some Words for Mark Martin, and They're Not a Greeting

    Mark Martin now has some bulletin-board material heading into today's Shelby 427 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, and it come courtesy of his former teammate, Greg Biffle. Martin has been thoroughly enjoying his time at Hendrick Motorsports...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 150 reads 4 comments

  10. Kurt Busch's Strong Run Gives Dodge Organization Hope

    Ask any Dodge driver or Dodge employee and they'll probably tell you that 2008 was a year that they quickly want to forget. The only high spot coming from a 1-2 finish in the season opening Daytona 500...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 154 reads 15 comments

  11. Drew Blickensderfer Continues His Winning Ways with Roush Fenway Racing

    Drew Blickensderfer could retire right now and he'll be remembered as a Daytona 500 winning crew chief and undefeated in the Sprint Cup Series...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 371 reads 3 comments

  12. Pole Winner Brian Vickers Will Start in the Back

    Last night, during qualifying at the Auto Club Speedway, Brian Vickers bested Jimmie Johnson to win the pole for Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race. Vickers ran a lap of 183.439 mph (39...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 131 reads 6 comments

  13. NASCAR and the Two B's: Bump Drafting and Blocking

    Long before the Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Brian Vickers incident on lap 124 of the Daytona 500, NASCAR had a problem on their hands. Or at least they should have. Instead, it's either gone unnoticed or uncared for...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 804 reads 4 comments

  14. Sprint Cup Crew Member Suspended

    NASCAR announced today that a crew member for the No. 66 Toyota, which will be driven by Dave Blaney for the rest of the season, has been suspended indefinitely for failing a drug test...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 271 reads 1 comments

  15. How Video Games and Television Taught Me About NASCAR

    Growing up I was told many different things by many people. But there will always be something stands out in my mind mostly because it has helped lead me to this point in my life and many more to come...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 114 reads 10 comments

  16. Breaking Down the Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Brian Vickers Accident

    Please, please read the entire article before commenting. And if you do choose to comment make sure you have seen all replays from all incidents mentioned before commenting and looking stupid...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 840 reads 66 comments

  17. Kyle Busch Takes Over the No. 20 Home Depot Toyota

    Joey Logano, the new driver of the No. 20 Home Depot Toyota, has not had a very good Speedweeks thus far. He wrecked in the Budweiser Shootout last Saturday night, has brushed the wall ...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 280 reads 8 comments

  18. Daytona International Speedway Will Be Repaved

    NASCAR drivers can rest easy tonight, because NASCAR has announced that the Daytona International Speedway will be repaved. However, it won't happen for about three years...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 68 reads 1 comments

  19. An Opportunity to Sponsor Your Own Sprint Cup Series Car

    Given the chance all of us would love to have a part in NASCAR. Whether it's the crew member flying over the wall each pit stop, the spotter on top of the roof, or maybe the brains of a crew chief...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 239 reads 2 comments

  20. Can't Get Hired? Start Your Own Team—It's the Latest Trend in NASCAR

    NASCAR continues to teach me many thing. Some good, and some bad. Some are funny, and some are sad. Some are magnificent, and some are ludicrous. But I'm always learning...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 276 reads 24 comments

  21. Mark Martin is Making Rick Hendrick Sweat

    Next to Carl Edwards, Mark Martin is most likely the second most fit driver in NASCAR. At fifty years of age Martin still has a regular and intense workout schedule. One of the reasons he is still racing and is more than ready to run a full-time schedule.

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 467 reads 3 comments

  22. Richard Childress' Drivers Putting Their Names on the Line

    Starting next Saturday in the Nationwide Series Camping World 300, the three drivers sharing the Richard Childress Racing No. 29 Holiday Inn Chevrolet will begin another year of battling the competition...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 147 reads 7 comments

  23. B/R Exclusive: Behind Pit Wall with ESPN's Jamie Little

    NASCAR is very much a male dominated sport and women have had a tough time trying to break through the door and gain notoriety...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 380 reads 11 comments

  24. Thanks to Denny Hamlin, The Best Things in Life Are Free

    Source: Scenedaily.com Times are tough in America these days, and it has begun to affect NASCAR teams and their fans. Race shops are closing doors or laying off employees and tracks are no longer selling out...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 305 reads 6 comments

  25. Drivers Beware: Joe Gibbs Racing May Be Near

    Tony Stewart has been called every name in the book. Denny Hamlin might have many personalities. Kyle Busch became the most hated man in the NASCAR world in a matter of seconds. Joey Logano has even shown he can be a little short tempered...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 5 years ago 102 reads 3 comments