1. Bill Elliott Out of Atlanta Race, Son Chase Elliott in Victory Lane

    Sons often follow in their fathers' footsteps and that has definitely been true of Chase Elliott following in his father Bill's footsteps in NASCAR racing. Both father Bill and son Chase have had success in their racing endeavors...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 840 reads 8 comments

  2. Elliott Sadler's "Lady in Pink" Is a Personal Cause

    Elliott Sadler, driver of the Richard Petty Motorsports No. 19 Dodge, announced a new partnership and it is a personal one. Sadler and his sponsor Stanley are partnering with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure to raise money and awareness for breast cancer.

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 606 reads 13 comments

  3. Are You the NASCAR Fan with the Most Swagger?

    In support of NASCAR driver Tony Stewart, one of his primary sponsors, Old Spice has just announced a new fan contest, the Old Spice Fan with the Most Swagger Photo Contest...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 296 reads 16 comments

  4. Note to NASCAR Fans: Don't Shoot the Bird

    In Morris County, New Jersey, 67-year-old NASCAR fan Dennis Zeglin was charged with several counts of animal cruelty after shooting his African grey parrot dead with a BB gun...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 1,154 reads 15 comments

  5. It's All in the Wallace Family at NASCAR's Nationwide Race in Montreal

    As the NASCAR Nationwide Series heads to the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, there will be three members of the Wallace family competing for the checkered flag in Montreal. Nationwide Series regular Steve Wallace will be in the driver's seat of the No...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 1,119 reads 12 comments

  6. Newbie News: Kory Rabenold Makes His Racing Dream a Reality

    Kory Rabenold is set to take the track in Springfield, Illinois for the Allen Crowe 100 in the ARCA RE/MAX Series this weekend. This race will take the young driver one step closer to making his dream, racing in the premiere series in NASCAR, a reality..

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  7. Richard Petty Motorsports Is King of the Swap

    Richard Petty Motorsports, most often associated with the NASCAR "King" Richard Petty, has gained notoriety for a new reason recently. RPM can now be dubbed the "King" of the swap...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 1,081 reads 16 comments

  8. Newbie News: Paulie Harraka Makes History With Camping World West Win

    New Jersey native and nineteen year old Paulie Harraka made history this weekend. Harraka made history for himself, securing his first career win in the NASCAR Camping World West Series at Colorado National Speedway...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 465 reads 6 comments

  9. Newbie News: Ryan Truex Wins Camping World Series East Race at Lime Rock

    Rookie Ryan Truex, little brother of Martin Truex, Jr. and developmental driver for Michael Waltrip Racing, went racing on the road course at Lime Rock Park and ended up in Victory Lane...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 301 reads 10 comments

  10. Tony Stewart Unveils His Own Version Of The "Terrible Towel"

    As the football pre-season games kick off this week and weekend, any Pittsburgh Steeler fan can tell you about the power of the "terrible towel," waved proudly in support of the home team...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 289 reads 14 comments

  11. Pulling Out All the Pit Stops: NASCAR Tracks Get Creative To Attract More Fans

    With the economic downturn, NASCAR tracks around the circuit are faced with the challenge of selling tickets and filling seats in their particular venues...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 355 reads 6 comments

  12. Heluva Bad Day For Hendrick Motorsports at Watkins Glen

    While Tony Stewart basked in the glow of his fifth road course win at Watkins Glen, team Hendrick were nursing their wounds, some literally...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 979 reads 24 comments

  13. Tony Stewart Swaggers Out Of His Pocono Fire Suit For Charity

    Tony Stewart, in his red No. 14 Old Spice Swagger, had a most eventful race weekend at Pocono Raceway. He crashed his primary car in practice, had to go to the back of the field to start the ...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 511 reads 15 comments

  14. Jeff Gordon Has His Birthday Cake and Pocono Top Ten Too

    After a long, rain delayed weekend at Pocono Raceway, Jeff Gordon, four-time NASCAR champion, celebrates a top 10 finish and his 38th birthday...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 729 reads 22 comments

  15. Newbie News: Pocono Fans Are Newbies Too

    While the Newbie News series usually focuses on new, up and coming drivers, in honor of Bleacher Report being fans writing about our own favorite sports, I wanted to do a story about some "newbie" fans here at Pocono Raceway...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 50 reads 9 comments

  16. NASCAR Drivers, Teams, Fans Cope With Pocono Rain Out

    Any day that rains at a NASCAR race track is not a good day for drivers, teams or the fans. Unfortunately, this scenario happened at Pocono Raceway on Sunday when the Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500 was plagued by rain, fog and weepers on the track...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 781 reads 8 comments

  17. Greg Biffle Takes Sunoco Red Cross PA 500 Fan Winner for Pocono Ride

    Every NASCAR fan dreams of being on the "other side of the fence," touring the garage area and participating in all of the behind-the-scenes festivities that accompany every Cup race...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 320 reads 11 comments

  18. Students Schooled By Matt Kenseth And Crew at Pocono Raceway

    Two high school students, Matthew Ludwig and Justin Dwyer, both from Faribault High School in Minnesota, are having, in their own words, a "once in a lifetime experience" this week, culminating with the race weekend at Pocono...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 201 reads 10 comments

  19. Pocono Raceway Powers Up And Goes Green

    Pocono Raceway is powering up to be the first solar powered sporting facility in the country. The Mattioli family, owners of the race track, as well as local dignitaries broke ground on July 31 for their new "Go Green" initiative...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 341 reads 13 comments

  20. Tony Stewart Experiences Groundhog Day in PA with Practice Wreck

    It's Groundhog Day all over again here at Pocono Raceway, especially for NASCAR Cup points leader Tony Stewart. In the previous race, qualifying was rained out and the same thing happened at this second Pocono race...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 471 reads 11 comments

  21. Who Is NASCAR's "Superman"?

    Four of the top five drivers in the first and only practice at Pocono Raceway today were Hendrick teammates. Leading the pack was Mark Martin, with Jimmie Johnson in second, Dale Earnhardt, Jr...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 300 reads 10 comments

  22. Carl Edwards: "I Feel Like We Can Win This Championship"

    Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 99 Aflac car, currently sits fifth in the championship chase points standings. He shared his assessment of his season so far from the media center in rainy Pocono Raceway...

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  23. Mark Martin: "If We Don't Stub Our Toe, We Should Be Fine"

    In preparation for the Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500, the top 12 drivers took their turns in front of the media today at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, PA. One of the first up was Mark Martin, currently in the ninth position in the points standings...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 253 reads 7 comments

  24. Pocono Preview: NASCAR Happenings On and Off the Track

    In just a few more days, race teams and fans alike will head to Long Pond, PA for the NASCAR race weekend, culminating in the Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500. Haulers will pull into the tunnel and set up shop in the garage area...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 630 reads 8 comments

  25. Fueled By Family: Third-Generation Chase Mattioli Is First Behind Wheel

    As founders of the Pocono Raceway, the next stop for NASCAR's elite Cup circuit this weekend, the Mattioli family has been involved in racing for almost a half a century...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about almost 5 years ago 554 reads 18 comments