1. Half-Empty Stands at Indianapolis Shows NASCAR's Not In Good Shape

    It was a depressing sight at the start of the Brickyard 400 Sunday in Indianapolis. I thought to myself that I was watching an old Montreal Expos game on my TV, or a truck race in Bakersfield, California years ago...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about 4 years ago 867 reads 11 comments

  2. NASCAR's Controversial Call Gives Ricky Rudd Win to Davey Allison: A Look Back

    Very seldom do we see wins taken away in NASCAR . In a NASCAR -sanctioned race, there have only been three instances where this has occurred...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about 4 years ago 501 reads 2 comments

  3. After 57 Seasons, Wood Brothers Still Holding Strong!

    As we roll into this weekend's race at the Michigan International Speedway, NASCAR's oldest, and most beloved race team, the Wood Brothers, will once again be around for the festivities...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about 4 years ago 221 reads 1 comments

  4. For JPM the Boos Keep Coming, and Rightfully So

    When Juan Pablo Montoya ventured into the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, at the end of the 2006 season, many fans were sceptical. I was one of them...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about 4 years ago 487 reads 41 comments

  5. NASCAR: Chase Contenders, Pretenders at the Quarter Mark

    After race at Dover, it's now race 12 and already we are a quarter of the way through the 2010 season. There are twelve spots for the chase. But everyone from behind Juan Pablo Montoya, is out, and ahead of Jeff Burton is definitly in...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 252 reads 2 comments

  6. Jeff Burton and Jeff Gordon Look To Rebound at Monster Mile

    Week 12 looks a little different than usual in the Sprint Cup Series in 2010. It's now the "Monster Mile," Dover International Speedway...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 173 reads 0 comments

  7. Absence of Familiar Face Will Be Evident at Kansas Truck Race

    On Monday the entry list for the O'Reilly 300 Camping World Truck Series race in Kansas was posted. As I read the entry list to myself, usually after Johnny Sauter's No...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 103 reads 4 comments

  8. Nationwide: Stott's Team Folds For Now, Is Series In Need Of a Change?

    It's week six of the NASCAR Nationwide Series 2010 season. And already, teams are withdrawing from entry lists or closing their doors for short periods of times...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 138 reads 3 comments

  9. BREAKING NEWS: Riggs Hired To Replace Mears In No. 90 In Next Two Races

    As driver Casey Mears leaves to be on stand-by for Denny Hamlin as Hamlin recovers from knee surgery, it left the No. 90 Keyed-Up Motorsports Chevrolet without a driver. Who would replace Mears in the No...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 101 reads 5 comments

  10. Brian Ickler Continues to Impress In First Start Of 2010

    The list of names was long. When rumors flew about Kyle Busch starting his own NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team for 2010, everyone knew Kyle would run the companion truck races, or the truck races that run in conjunction with the Sprint Cup Series..

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 137 reads 3 comments

  11. "Texas" Terry Labonte Better Keep His Phone Close By

    I know it may be hard to believe for fans who watch the Allstate 400 and the other four races the #08 Toyota competed in last year, but behind the wheel of that car was "Texas" Terry Labonte, the two time series champion...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 642 reads 4 comments

  12. Carl Vs. Brad. Incident Strikingly Similar; Where Was the Uproar Then??

    I remember 1993. It was Talladega. I, a Rusty Wallace fan, watched my driver flip through the infield at 195 mph. "It looks like a bomb went off...," said Benny Parsons as he was broadcasting the race that day...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 816 reads 13 comments

  13. Starting a Parking: A Problem That Can Be Solved

    It's something that is frowned upon in the NASCAR world. It's something that if you were to tell people who are unfamiliar with the sport happens, they look at you and say, "Why would teams do ...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 330 reads 12 comments

  14. My Top Five Daytona 500s: No. 3: 1979

    It was 1979. It was Sunday Feb. 18, 1979 and CBS viewers had watch Kurt Russell play Elvis the week before. This Sunday was another premier. It was live stock car racing for the first time, nationally televised...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 269 reads 2 comments

  15. Top 5 Daytona 500's, No. 4: 1990

    NASCAR had stormed through the 1980's, making headlines, and becoming more and more popular as it grew as a sport. Now in the '90s, NASCAR knew this decade was going to either make or break it's attempt to become the top sport in the U...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 287 reads 2 comments

  16. Top Five Daytona 500s: No. 5, 2007 Daytona 500

    With five weekends to go untill Daytona, I've decided to put together what I think are the five greatest Daytona 500s of all time...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 180 reads 0 comments

  17. NASCAR Needs to Set New Precedents for the Top-35 Rule

    Let's go back to the year 2004. Kurt Busch was on his way to winning the very first Nextel Cup Championship, under its new chase format...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 315 reads 2 comments

  18. NASCAR Fans: What To Do for the Next 83 Days?

    Now that the season is over, NASCAR junkies like me wonder what there is to do for the offseason? There are a number of things to do. But nothing that compares to NASCAR...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 132 reads 8 comments

  19. NASCAR Says Farewell To One of Its Most Beloved Drivers

    Like every morning, I woke up and went on jayski.com and expected my day to start off better by hopefully reading something good this morning. Instead, I read that Sterling Marlin is calling it a career after 33 seasons...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 449 reads 2 comments

  20. Jeff Burton Fans Feel Good after Bounce-Back Performance

      After Jimmie Johnson dominated the Checker O'Reilly Auto Parts 500, looking like he locked up the championship and receiving all the hype, the story of Jeff Burton's good run seemed overshadowed...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 62 reads 0 comments

  21. Hornish Slams Johnson: Shades of Barrett-Wallace in 1989

    As Sam Hornish Jr.'s car slid off of the wall and hit the No. 48 Chevrolet last week at Texas, it brought many Rusty Wallace fans back to 1989...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 117 reads 1 comments

  22. What's Next NASCAR? Make a Different Decision

    At first glimpse of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series COT in February 2007, I had my own questions. What is that thing on the front of the car that I've never seen before? A splitter...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 197 reads 0 comments

  23. Should NASCAR Penalize Drivers For Off-Track Disobedience?

    This week, for a second straight week, another driver has a brush with the law. A.J. Allmendinger, driver of the No. 44 Dodge for Richard Petty Motorsports, was pulled over on early Thursday morning...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 29 reads 3 comments

  24. BAM Racing, Set To Return for 2010

    BAM Racing, owned by one of few female owners in NASCAR, Beth Ann Morgenthau, is set to return for 2010. After disbanding operation in 2009, after the spring Martinsville race, the team has not been back to the track since...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 829 reads 2 comments

  25. BREAKING NEWS: Addington Gone As Kyle's Crew Chief

    Sirius Satellite Radio has reported that Joe Gibbs Racing has announced that Steve Addington has stepped down as crew chief of the No. 18 Toyota, effective after Talladega this weekend...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 112 reads 2 comments