1. Max Papis Showed He Can Be Magnifico When Given The Right Opportunity in NASCAR

    Forget for a minute that it was a road course or that he was driving a Kevin Harvick Inc. car. With a second place finish on Sunday at Circuit Gilles Villenueve, Max Papis silenced critics and may have saved his NASCAR career...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 887 reads 9 comments

  2. Aric Almirola's Déjà Vu Career Taught An Important Lesson: Stop Rushing

    Every young boy or girl who owns a pair of racing gloves and a helmet dreams about the day they can set NASCAR on fire...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 364 reads 8 comments

  3. Backdoor To the NASCAR Chase? Giving Winner Automatic Bid Not Champion Material

    With the 2010 Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship growing closer the talk about what the Chase should look like is again front and center...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 890 reads 44 comments

  4. Ron Hornaday Is Not One To Let a Few Bad Races Keep Him From Having Fun

    When things are going well it’s easy to ride the highs. When things are going bad it would be easy to crawl into a bottomless pit. That’s unless you’re Ron Hornaday Jr...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 191 reads 9 comments

  5. Creature Vs. Creature Writers Pool: Results After Irwin Tools Night Race

    It was a dominating weekend on the part of Kyle Busch as he completed the triple: winning the Camping World Truck, Nationwide, and Sprint Cup Series events at the Bristol Motor Speedway...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 105 reads 1 comments

  6. Creature vs. Creature Writers Pool: Picks For The Irwin Tools Night Race

    For all those with scores to settle, this weekend might provide the perfect opportunity to do so. The Bristol Motor Speedway will play host to the 24th race of the 2010 season when the green flag falls on Saturday night...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 190 reads 0 comments

  7. Jennifer Jo Cobb: To Know Her Is to Love Her, As Many NASCAR Fans Do

    With the looks and personality it’s easy to mistake Jennifer Jo Cobb for a trophy girl. The would be the beautiful woman that stands in victory lane to pose for pictures with the winning driver, and Cobb could easily have the job...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 2,385 reads 32 comments

  8. Austin Dillon: On The Way To Becoming Most Popular Truck Series Driver

    When you put a No. 3 on the side, it becomes more than just another race car. With that number on the side, there comes a guarantee that whoever is behind the wheel is bound to get plenty of fan and media attention...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 231 reads 18 comments

  9. Previewing the Camping World Trucks Series Too Tough To Tame 200

    For the first time in six years the Camping World Truck Series is back at the Lady in Black, the Darlington Raceway...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 399 reads 8 comments

  10. Creature vs. Creature Writers Pool: Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips Results

    Road course racing brings different drivers to the top of the leader board and on Sunday it was no different...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 146 reads 7 comments

  11. Kurt Busch's Disdain For Hendrick Motorsports Not From Out Of the Blue

    Whenever one is in need of sound bite, just visit Kurt or Kyle Busch. The brothers from Las Vegas are never ones to mince words and Friday at Watkins Glen International, Kurt was the only one making it clear that he doesn’t like Hendrick Motorsports

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 1,845 reads 28 comments

  12. Creature vs. Creature Writers Pool: Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips Picks

    A trip to the Watkins Glen International in upstate New York means the return of right-handed turns. The track will play host to the second and final road course race of the 2010 season ...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 177 reads 20 comments

  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr. to Hit Milestone on Sunday With 500th NASCAR Start

    A lot has been said about Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his career over the years. There's been debates about his success or lack thereof. There's been the constant comparison between his legendary father and himself...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 1,749 reads 24 comments

  14. NASCAR Will Never Win With Fans: Proof in Driver Fines Backlash

    In every story, there’s a hero and there’s the evil villain. A villain that everyone would like to have five minutes alone with. In entertainment or sports, some fans make no bones about putting their celebrities or heroes on a pedestal...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 379 reads 72 comments

  15. Creature vs. Creature Writers Pool: Results After Sonoco Red Cross 500

    For the first time in 2010 and the first time since 2008, Greg Biffle was the first to the checkered flag Sunday afternoon in the Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500 at Pocono...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 192 reads 1 comments

  16. The Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500: Greg Biffle Ends Winless Drought

    It's race day at the Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, PA which means that 43 drivers are preparing to do battle with the three turned "tricky triangle." Tony Stewart will start on the pole later today after turning in a lap of 171...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 878 reads 19 comments

  17. Creature vs. Creature Writers Pool: Picks For the Sonoco Red Cross 500

    The Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, PA will be the site of the 21st race of the 2010 season. The Sonoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500 won’t have the glitz and glamour that the Brickyard ...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 219 reads 7 comments

  18. Wayne Auton Bubbling with Excitement as Truck Series Heads to Pocono

    The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will be making a few firsts this weekend as they travel north to the Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania. For the first time in their existence, the series is visiting the triangle shaped raceway...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 179 reads 6 comments

  19. Just Like Jamie McMurray, NASCAR Also Went from Nothing To Everything

    When Ben White’s “NASCAR Then and Now” hits store shelves next month you won’t need to be a history buff in order to enjoy it...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 264 reads 12 comments

  20. Chip Ganassi Saved Jamie McMurray and McMurray Saved The No. 1 Team

    Much will be said over the following few weeks about how Jamie McMurray has become NASCAR’s new superstar. From having a mediocre few seasons with Roush-Fenway Racing, where he only won twice, to not having a job this time last season...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 950 reads 12 comments

  21. Creature Vs. Creature Writers Pool: Results After The Brickyard 400

    Who would have thunk that Jamie McMurray would be the third driver to complete the NASCAR double: win the Daytona 500 and the Brickyard 400 in the same season...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 224 reads 6 comments

  22. All In a Year's Work: Jamie McMurray Adds Brickyard 400 To Daytona 500 Victory

    It's one of NASCAR's crown jewel, which takes center stage as 43 drivers climb aboard their machines for a chance to kiss the bricks...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 1,221 reads 37 comments

  23. Creature vs. Creature Writers Pool: Picks For The Brickyard 400

    It’s not about the points, it’s not about the Chase, and it’s not even about rivalries this weekend in Indianapolis...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 178 reads 2 comments

  24. Indianapolis Motor Speedway: 10 NASCAR Drivers Ready to Kiss the Bricks

    It’s very rare for drivers on the NASCR circuit to honestly admit they aren’t point racing. Every weekend when they strap into their machine there is one goal: win and bring home the maximum amount of points for the championship Chase...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 1,376 reads 24 comments

  25. David Reutimann's Relief Shows How Much Weight Fans Put on Drivers

    Ask any athlete in any sport who the driving force is behind it all and they’ll tell you it's the fans. Filling the stands, spending tons of money, and never letting their allegiance go unknown...

    Kelly Crandall Written by Kelly Crandall about 4 years ago 251 reads 10 comments