1. 1990 Daytona 500 Winner, Derrike Cope, Makes First Start In Over 3 Years

    The feel-good story from Friday's qualifying for the Tums Fast Relief 500 has to be the final driver to make it in on time. Fifty-year old Derrike Cope, out of Spanaway, Washington, was the last driver to qualify in on time on Friday...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 638 reads 7 comments

  2. Doug Richert Back on Top of Pit Box

    News coming out of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series garage on Tuesday puts veteran crew chief Doug Richert back on a Sprint Cup Series pit box, for the No. 7 car and driver Robby Gordon, for Robby Gordon Motorsports...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 418 reads 1 comments

  3. Phantom Cautions Ruined the Best Race In Fontana Yet

    Sunday afternoon's Pepsi 500 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California, had me saying halfway through it, "What are you, and what have you done with California Speedway?" There was side-by-side ...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 4 years ago 277 reads 11 comments

  4. 75-Year-Old Driver, Hylton, Hospitalized Sunday

    Current ARCA ReMax Series driver, and former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver, James Hylton, was injured in an ARCA ReMax Series race at the North Carolina Speedway on Sunday. It was the running of the American 200, in Rockingham, North Carolina on Sunday.

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 239 reads 2 comments

  5. Defending Rookie Of The Year, Cassill, Lands Ride For Memphis

    Earlier this week, James Finch, owner of the No. 1 Miccosukee Resorts & Gaming Chevrolet in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, announced that defending rookie of the year, Landon Cassill, will drive the No...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 111 reads 1 comments

  6. Chase Driver Ratings: Final eight races

    This is an evaluation of all 12 Chase drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase for the Sprint Cup. I've calculated the stats, eliminating every driver's worse finish at the final eight ...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 133 reads 2 comments

  7. Truck Series Leaves California: A Sign of Things to Come

    Earlier this week, the schedules for all three of NASCAR's top series were released. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Schedule saw some very big changes. Dates shuffling was the biggest change...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 151 reads 6 comments

  8. The Do or Diers

    It's week 26, it's Richmond, and this could only mean one thing. It's do or die time for a lot of drivers. From positions nine-14, there are only 98 points separating the five drivers, and there are only three spots for the five...

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  9. Bobby Labonte Out At Yates; A Champion In More Ways Than One

    The picture above seemed like a match made in heaven. A veteran, former champion driver, with a veteran, former champion team, both looking to re-establish dominance again...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 537 reads 12 comments

  10. The More Commercials, the More the Struggle for NASCAR Drivers

    Since Ragan has done more commercials for UPS, the performance has weakend for the No. 6 Ford. It's been something we've been seeing since NASCAR has been on TV...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 601 reads 26 comments

  11. Reliving NASCAR History: Morgan-McClure Motorsports' No. 4 Rides Again

    After the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying at Bristol on Friday, the fans were talking about one thing. Brad Keselowski. The rumors were pouring out of the garage area that Keselowski was moving onto Penske Racing in 2010...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 588 reads 0 comments

  12. Red Bull Racing: What Not Re-Signing Brain Vickers Will Do

    Red Bull Racing has a unique situation. They are one of two teams (Furniture Row Racing is the other) that is sponsor-owned. This means that Red Bull is it's own sponsor, and therefore puts its own money out, to sponsor the car, and has a budget...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 279 reads 11 comments

  13. The San Diego Chargers Of NASCAR: Denny Hamlin's No. 11 FedEx Team

    No doubt, Denny Hamlin has had a good career. Hamlin in his three full seasons in Sprint Cup Series has made the Chase for the Championship every year...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 263 reads 11 comments

  14. NASCAR: Conspiracy or Theory? We'll Know at Season's End

    Conspiracy: It's a word that has been used since the early days of Dale Earnhardt. This word can be used in two different ways. There is no doubt, that NASCAR officials intentionally throw yellow flags...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about 5 years ago 601 reads 19 comments

  15. Long's Life Sentence: How NASCAR Ruined Someone's Life!

    Twenty years is a long time. That's how long I've been alive. Twenty years. I've also been watching NASCAR Racing for just as long. I've seen many unforgettable things in NASCAR. I've seen many phantom yellow flags and rule bending for certain drivers...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about 5 years ago 573 reads 27 comments

  16. What Dale Earnhardt Jr. Suggested to NASCAR in Meeting

    Today in town hall, NASCAR called a meeting to discuss the new drug policy and then another meeting to get the drivers' perspective on things...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about 5 years ago 2,310 reads 19 comments

  17. Danica Patrick: NASCAR Is Not for You!

    Modern-day NASCAR is far from the old, non-public, unpopular drivers like it used to be. We see drivers on commercials promoting their sponsors, and appearing on sitcoms that make them stars, and people that everyone know...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about 5 years ago 30,577 reads 23 comments

  18. Scott Speed Misses Again: Makes People Wonder

    On Friday night's qualifying for the Southern 500 presented by godaddy.com, we saw Matt Kenseth sit on the pole, but we also saw rookie, Scott Speed, miss his second race of the 2009 season...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about 5 years ago 141 reads 13 comments

  19. Last Southern 500 On Labor Day Weekend: The Last Day "Texas Terry" Shined

    It was Aug. 31, 2003. It was known, that this was the last Southern 500 on Labor Day Weekend. The front row was taken by two hot shot young drivers. Defending rookie of the year, Ryan Newman, and Hendrick's new youngster Jimmie Johnson...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about 5 years ago 183 reads 0 comments

  20. A Quarter Of The Way Mark: Chase Contenders and Pretenders

    The end of Talladega marks the ninth race of the Sprint Cup season, which is also the quarter of the way (already) mark. So far, there have been some surprising teams up front, and some surprising teams in the back...

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  21. TMS's Most Shocking, The 2001 Talladega 500; One to Cherish Forever.

    It was April 22, 2001. It was the first restrictor plate race since the passing of Dale Earnhardt, and since the restictor plate dominator was gone, fans were wondering who would emerge as the new favorite to win at restrictor plate tracks...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about 5 years ago 432 reads 2 comments

  22. Max Papis: Do You Really Belong At Talladega Superspeedway?

    The 2001 Daytona 500 held on Feb. 18 was a sad and horrible day in NASCAR. It was a dark day in the sport that everyone around the sport felt could have been avoided...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about 5 years ago 271 reads 8 comments

  23. Benson Faces Sponsor Dilemma; Speed TV Says No To Gun Company

    Defending NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion, Johnny Benson, and his No. 1 Red Horse Racing Toyota Tundra, began the 2009 season without sponsor. After getting a two race deal from K&N Filters, Benson's team continued on without sponsorship...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 5 years ago 290 reads 2 comments

  24. Bires NASCAR Future in No. 33 Car Sings End For Gale

    The feelgood story going into Nashville, so far, had to have taken place Monday, when the entry list for the Pepsi 300 at Nashville Speedway was posted. We saw our staples of the Nationwide Series, but driving the No...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 5 years ago 389 reads 1 comments

  25. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Leaves HMS, Buys Back Share of Earnhardt-Ganassi Immediately

    According to multiple sources, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and crew chief Tony Eury, Jr. are leaving Hendrick Motorsports to drive the No. 8 car again for Earnhardt-Ganassi Racing, effective immediately...

    Brandon  Caldwell Written by Brandon Caldwell about over 5 years ago 3,691 reads 6 comments