1. Will Flu Impact NASCAR's Final Chase Races?

    With the Center for Disease Control reporting widespread flu symptoms in 41 states, including North Carolina (host to the fifth race in NASCAR's Chase for the Championship), it is no wonder that the illness is starting to impact the garage area...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 1,235 reads 9 comments

  2. NASCAR's Inaugural Hall of Fame Class Announced But Who Really Cared?

    For NASCAR, this week was set to be one of the best ever for the sport.  Not only was the fifth race in the Chase scheduled for the home track of Charlotte, N. C...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 415 reads 22 comments

  3. What Is Up at Michael Waltrip Racing?

    At Michael Waltrip Racing, there seem to be more questions than answers about plans for the upcoming 2010 season.  One of the biggest questions is whether or not Danica Patrick will come to ...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 1,412 reads 15 comments

  4. Juan Pablo Montoya Is Going To Jail

    Juan Pablo Montoya, NASCAR Sprint Cup driver and championship chaser, is going to jail.  Yes, that's right, JPM is headed to jail and is having to raise his own bail money in order to get out in time to race at Lowe's Motor Speedway this weekend...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 2,801 reads 12 comments

  5. Newbie News: Bill Elliott Racing's Casey Roderick Runner Up in ARCA Debut

    In the final race in the ARCA RE/MAX Series at Rockingham Speedway, the championship battle was on between rivals Parker Kligerman and Justin Lofton. Kligerman won the American 200 race but Lofton held on to finish third and secure the championship trophy

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 485 reads 8 comments

  6. Kyle Busch Jumps Out of Nationwide Ride Due to Illness

    In the Nationwide race at Auto Club Speedway this afternoon, it was announced that Kyle Busch would get out of his car at the first pit stop. Busch has been battling strep throat, a sinus infection, and the flu all week...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 217 reads 18 comments

  7. Danica Patrick vs. Homegrown NASCAR Talent: Who Is Best for the Sport?

    Danica Patrick has made her "interest" in NASCAR known of late, visiting many teams and exploring her options.  Although she has reportedly signed a deal to remain in the IndyCar Series, Dale Earnhardt Jr...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 4,207 reads 21 comments

  8. Carl Edwards Graces ESPN Magazine's Body Issue

    ESPN The Magazine hits newstands tomorrow with its new "Body Issue".  The special edition features 80 athletes from a variety of sports, including Carl Edwards from the world of NASCAR racing...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 5,225 reads 13 comments

  9. Newbie News: Austin Langenstein Goes Winter Racing After Summer Success

    After a successful summer season in the No. 7 FIREFOLD.com KAR Racing Bandolero, Austin Langenstein announced his winter racing schedule for the remainder of the 2009/2010 season...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 100 reads 4 comments

  10. The Wizard of Oz "NASCAR Style" (HUMOR)

    In honor of the 70th anniversary of classic film, "The Wizard of Oz," and as a tribute to the NASCAR drivers running for the championship at Kansas Speedway this weekend, this classic story is ...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 675 reads 17 comments

  11. West Series Rookie Paul Harraka Caps Off Season With Dominant Win

    With a dominant performance, Camping World Series West rookie Paul Harraka led all but one lap to take the checkered flag in the season finale at the All American Speedway in Roseville, California...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 162 reads 4 comments

  12. Jeff Gordon Accomplishes Dover Goal With Top Ten Finish

    Jeff Gordon, four-time Champion and Chase contender, achieved his goal of a top ten finish at the Monster Mile in the second race for the championship.  Gordon finished in the sixth position in his No...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 616 reads 10 comments

  13. Mike Bliss Takes Second in Nationwide Race yet Waits for Phone To Ring

    In spite of a second place finish in the Nationwide race at Dover International Speedway, Mike Bliss still waits for the phone to ring with the next offer to race...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 246 reads 4 comments

  14. Brad Keselowski is Come Back Kid in NASCAR Nationwide Race at Dover

    Brad Keselowsi had an eventful run in the Dover 200 Nationwide race at the Monster Mile.  Keselowski was able to bring his No. 88 Jr. Motorsports GoDaddy Chevrolet home in the third place at Dover International Speedway...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 572 reads 12 comments

  15. NASCAR Prepares for Cup Race at the Monster Mile

    While Saturdays are usually reserved for the Nationwide race, there are plenty of preparations going on in the Cup garage...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 286 reads 2 comments

  16. Truex Clinches Camping World East Championship; Moffitt Wins Final Race

    Ryan Truex, Michael Waltrip Racing development driver and little brother of Cup driver Martin Truex, Jr., won the Camping World Series East Championship...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 252 reads 2 comments

  17. Juan Pablo Montoya Takes Outside Pole for Second Chase Race

    Juan Pablo Montoya surprised himself by scoring the outside pole for the second race in NASCAR's Chase for the Championship at Dover International Speedway. Montoya was only 0.0096 seconds slower than pole sitter Jimmie Johnson, with a time of 22...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 350 reads 6 comments

  18. Dover Camping World East Race Bittersweet For Former Champ Andy Santerre

    For four-time Camping World East Series Champion Andy Santerre, the race at Dover International Speedway is bittersweet...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 222 reads 8 comments

  19. NASCAR Camping World Series East Auxiliary Offers Scholarships

    The NASCAR Camping World Series East Women's Auxiliary is offering two $500 scholarships to anyone associated with the East Series who is interested in pursuing higher education (above high school)...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 279 reads 2 comments

  20. Ryan Truex Could Clinch Camping World Series East Championship at Dover

    Ryan Truex, the seventeen year old younger brother of Cup driver Martin Truex, Jr., just may be following in his brother's footsteps in the Camping World Series East...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about 5 years ago 453 reads 2 comments

  21. For Trevor Bayne, Connections Are the Key to Early Racing Success

    Trevor Bayne is one of NASCAR's newest and hottest young guns, securing a Nationwide berth with Michael Waltrip Racing for the remainder of the 2009 season...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about over 5 years ago 2,618 reads 17 comments

  22. Whether In NASCAR Or Tennis: Debates Rage When Penalties Affect Outcomes

    Every sport has them, the punishments issued when the sanctioning body deems that a rule of the sport has been violated. Hockey has the penalty box, field hockey has the red card, and football has the yellow flag with loss of yardage...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about over 5 years ago 1,089 reads 23 comments

  23. Juan Pablo Montoya "Proud of Season" Regardless of Chase Results

    Juan Pablo Montoya would give just about anything to get into the Chase for the Championship in NASCAR's elite Cup series...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about over 5 years ago 370 reads 20 comments

  24. Nick Igdalsky: From Pocono Raceway President To ARCA RE/MAX Driver

    Nick Igdalsky, grandson of legendary Pocono Raceway owners Drs. Rose and Joseph Mattioli, is most often seen on the grounds of the racetrack, fulfilling his duties as Senior Vice President and host of two NASCAR Cup races...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about over 5 years ago 1,120 reads 4 comments

  25. Newbie News: Austin Geer—Little Kid, Big NASCAR Dreams

    Austin Geer is admittedly just a kid. He is six years old, an only child, and lives with his family in Johns Creek, Ga. But Austin has big dreams...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about over 5 years ago 982 reads 18 comments