1. A Picture's Worth A Thousand Words: Kevin Harvick and Carl Edwards

    They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. NASCAR says that the incident between Harvick and Edwards is a non-issue...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 6 years ago 1,190 reads 24 comments

  2. Dear Dale: Fans Given the Opportunity To Talk to Dale Earnhardt Jr.

    Ever wanted to tell Dale Earnhardt Jr. something? Maybe the way you feel about him, or idolize him, or maybe even that's he's better off without Dale Earnhardt Inc.? Well Jr. Nation, now is your chance...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 6 years ago 1,343 reads 5 comments

  3. NASCAR: A Sport of Bone-headed Moves

    As a NASCAR fan, it's not uncommon to ask yourself and others, "What were they thinking?" It's probably our most used and favorite question...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 6 years ago 596 reads 14 comments

  4. Fightin' Words: Patrick Carpentier Released From Gillette Evernham

    One way or another, Patrick Carpentier was leaving Gillette Evernham Motorsports. It was already announced that Reed Sorenson would be driving there next year, and it didn't seem the team was planning on adding a fourth car...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 6 years ago 788 reads 8 comments

  5. NASCAR's Controversial Calls

    After Sunday's Amp Energy 500 at Talladega in which the car that crossed the finish line first didn't win the race, it immediately sparked controversy and outrage...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 6 years ago 576 reads 20 comments

  6. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Back Home in 'Bama

    There are some things that just go well together, a perfect pairing: peanut butter and jelly, chips and dip, spaghetti and meatballs, and pickles and ice cream. Well, maybe that last one is just for me...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 6 years ago 561 reads 2 comments

  7. NASCAR's Top 10 Defining Moments

    There will always be certain moments that we will never forget. They may be highlights from our favorite athlete or teams or just that single moment from a sport that will always stay with us; they are the ones that made us stop and stare in awe...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 6 years ago 1,623 reads 5 comments

  8. Paul Menard Departure Could Start Final Collapse of DEI

    A few weeks ago, I wrote about the state of Dale Earnhardt Inc., and how I felt it was time to start the clock on their eminent demise. I briefly recaped each driver's season and what the future may hold for the teams and company...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 6 years ago 402 reads 5 comments

  9. Nationwide Champ to Sprint Cup "Chump:" If You Win One, Can You Win The Other?

    It's hard to win a championship in any series. And we know it's pretty rare to win multiple championships, whether it's back-to-back or in two different series...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 6 years ago 1,084 reads 3 comments

  10. Brad Keselowski Standing By For Ill Jeff Gordon

    Early in weekend we learned that Jeff Gordon had not been feeling well. And during practice his team stayed at a distance because they didn't want to catch what he had, they also had a hard time hearing him on the radio because of his sore throat...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 6 years ago 41 reads 2 comments

  11. Jack Roush's Eye and Drive for Talent

    Carl Edwards used to hand out business cards for an opportunity to race. He's now a Nationwide Series champion and the current Sprint Cup points leader. Kurt Busch was the brash youngster who liked to go head-to-head with the veterans...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 6 years ago 1,432 reads 7 comments

  12. Juan "Problem" Montoya: Car Fails Post-Qualifying Inspection

    In his 66th career start, Juan Pablo Montoya finally captured his first career pole. The celebration only lasted for an hour. After qualifying for Sunday's Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway, his pole-winning car was put back through inspection...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 6 years ago 476 reads 3 comments

  13. Fans Gone Wild: The Dilemma of Fans Getting Out of Hand

    It happens in every sport. From little leagues to high school to professional sports. You've probably watched it on TV and then repeatedly on SportsCenter or witnessed it in person...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 6 years ago 483 reads 9 comments

  14. Sweet 16! Greg Biffle Officially Announces His Return to the Top of NASCAR

    Three years ago, Greg Biffle lost the 2005 Sprint Cup Championship by 35 points to Tony Stewart. That year he won six races, had 21 top tens and 15 top fives...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 6 years ago 401 reads 5 comments

  15. Jeff Gordon Will Have a New Look in 2009

    Since his arrival in the Sprint Cup Series in 1993, Jeff Gordon has raced two different DuPont paint schemes, not counting the special one-race deals with other products...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 6 years ago 3,360 reads 30 comments

  16. Richard Childress (Racing) Is Back: Part One

    (It's more than a year old, but I feel that the way this company has ran this season and what they've had to go through in years past, that it's still appropriate. Enjoy) After Feb...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 6 years ago 795 reads 2 comments

  17. Joey Logano: Sliced Bread's Debut

    It was called the most anticipated debut in recent years. An 18-year-old kid with the nickname "Sliced Bread" ready to take on the big boys and prove his worth...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 6 years ago 387 reads 2 comments

  18. The Taboo of Sports: Gay Athletes

    "The NBA locker room was the most flamboyant place I've every been. Guys flaunted their perfect bodies. They bragged about sexual exploits. They primped in front of the mirror, applying cologne and hair gel by the bucketful...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 6 years ago 2,305 reads 13 comments

  19. It's Back To School for Kyle Busch

    OK class, pop quiz time. Who's heard the expression you need to know how to lose before you can win? Great, it seems everyone has. Now who actually applies that lesson in their daily lives? I figured as much, there goes half the class...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 6 years ago 1,138 reads 9 comments

  20. Dale Earnhardt Incorporated: From One Of NASCAR's Top Tiers To Near Tears

    Twelve months ago Dale Earnhardt Jr. was hoping for a quick and painless end to a horrendous year. And Dale Earnhardt Incorporated was preparing for their future, excited by the possibilities and ready to prove their critics wrong...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 6 years ago 751 reads 5 comments

  21. What Would the Sprint Cup Title Mean to Dale Earnhardt Jr.?

    When Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced he was joining Hendrick Motorsports, he said he wanted to consistently run for wins and championships. Starting tomorrow, he has that chance...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 6 years ago 647 reads 2 comments

  22. Tony Stewart and Greg Zipadelli: The End of an Era

    They're the longest running crew chief-and-driver combination in modern day NASCAR. The relationship the two have developed is more of two brothers or an old married couple. "I don't think either one of us has feelings...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 6 years ago 1,276 reads 3 comments

  23. NASCAR: In Order to Win the Chase, You Need Magic at the Magic Mile

    Many say that the most important race in the ten race playoff is the last one, Homestead-Miami. That's the one you need to survive in order to win the championship, race number ten ...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 6 years ago 578 reads 0 comments

  24. NASCAR and Football: Injuries Have the Same Consequences

    What would happen if a NASCAR driver had to sit out the season because of an injury? How would the fans react to if they saw someone else driving Jimmie Johnson's, Jeff Gordon's or Tony Stewart's ...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 6 years ago 702 reads 0 comments

  25. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and Tony Stewart: The Year That Could Have Been

    With the Chase for the 2008 Championship less than seven days away and only 10 races remaining before the countdown to the 2009 season begins, it's time to look back at the first 26 races...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about over 6 years ago 1,662 reads 7 comments