1. Jimmie Johnson Is Not a Great Driver...Just Sayin'

    Every form of media has saturated the market for weeks now speculating Jimmie Johnson’s fourth title. His history making championship was all but secured when the checkered flag flew at Richmond ...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about almost 5 years ago 1,801 reads 69 comments

  2. Phoenix Could Be Mark Martin's Final Championship Chance Ever

    As Jimmie Johnson’s car was careening across the track at Texas, Mark Martin fans were already re-calculating how this turn of events could renew his championship hopes...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about almost 5 years ago 311 reads 4 comments

  3. Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Busch, and Mark Martin: As the Wheel Turns in Texas

    Jimmie Johnson mistakenly decides to race. Hendrick Motor Sports makes it clear who it wants as champion, and it’s a different race, same result, for Kyle Busch...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about almost 5 years ago 297 reads 11 comments

  4. NASCAR at Texas: Once Again All About Jimmie Johnson

    At Texas Motor Speedway this weekend, as with the past few Chase races, all eyes, and most of the broadcast, will be on how or what Jimmie Johnson is doing. Media strategy usually changes beginning with the first race of the Chase at New Hampshire...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about almost 5 years ago 119 reads 8 comments

  5. A NASCAR Chase Drivers Request: Look into My Eyes and Tell Me Who I Am

    It’s easy to pick your favorite driver from a crowd. The flashy driver’s suit is usually the first clue in identifying the hero.   Special occasions happen throughout the racing season and your favorite driver might not be in his familiar colors...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about almost 5 years ago 272 reads 29 comments

  6. Ryan Newman and Jimmie Johnson: As the Wheel Turns, Talladega Edition

    Ryan Newman flies off the track, Jimmie Johnson hides at the back of the line, and NASCAR once again tries not to wake the sleeping giant...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about almost 5 years ago 754 reads 6 comments

  7. Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus: Racing Outside the Nascar Rulebook?

    Question: Is it possible NASCAR inspectors are so focused on the minutia of Jimmie Johnson’s car that they can’t see the forest for the trees?   Long ago, I heard a story about two men who came to the border crossing every week...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 2,366 reads 37 comments

  8. NASCAR Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Pink is the color of choice this weekend at Lowe's Motor Speedway. In support of Susan G. Komen for the Cure and National Breast Cancer Awareness month, four NASCAR teams have taken at least one car and tricked it out in pink colors...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 798 reads 12 comments

  9. Nascar: News, Notes, and a Surprise From Lowe's Motor Speedway

      The picture says it all. The final race weekend at Lowe’s Motor Speedway is starting off very slow. Rainy conditions for the past two days have all but stopped the tracks festivities planned for Bojangles Pole Night...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 720 reads 9 comments

  10. NASCAR Hall Of Fame Inductees: Did They Get It Right?

    After months of debate, speculation and millions of fan votes, the cardinals of NASCAR have settled on the first five men to permanently reside in the Hall of Fame...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 1,006 reads 22 comments

  11. Changing the NASCAR Chase Format: The Single Best Idea Ever Submitted

    This article is pretty simple. After much thought, changing a few light bulbs, some cookies and milk, and my weekly electro-shock therapy, I have come up with the single best idea of changing the NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup format...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 636 reads 22 comments

  12. Will Nascar's Next Big Change Be The Chase Format?

    Yesterday NASCAR took another step in implementing change based on feedback from the fans. Double file restarts were implemented with feedback from a town hall meeting. Lower ticket prices are the result of fewer and fewer fans attending events...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 522 reads 8 comments

  13. NASCAR Listens to the Fans, Announces Big Change for 2010 Season

      At a special teleconference held today, NASCAR Chairman Brian France announced, beginning with the 2010 Daytona 500, all race start times will be earlier and consistent throughout the season...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 549 reads 4 comments

  14. Just Asking Is All...| Is Jimmie Johnson Good for NASCAR?

    Is Jimmie Johnson good for NASCAR? OK, let me rephrase that. Is the continued dominance of Jimmie Johnson good for NASCAR? NASCAR has seen dominance from other drivers. Richard Petty and the late Dale Earnhardt Sr...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 497 reads 21 comments

  15. Kasey Kahne: Is It Too Soon For a Fork?

      The Chase for the Sprint Cup is NASCAR’s version of a playoff system. When the checkered flag flies at Richmond, the top 12 drivers in points officially become championship contenders...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 410 reads 6 comments

  16. Kyle Busch Fails Post Race Inspection: Fine, Loss of Points and Probation Issued

    Earlier in the week, I wrote the following: During the post-race inspection, NASCAR discovered a ride height violation on the No. 18 Toyota of Kyle Busch, who finished fifth in Sunday's Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 291 reads 8 comments

  17. Kyle Busch Fails Post-Race Inspection

    In post-race inspection, NASCAR discovered a ride height violation on the No. 18 Toyota of Kyle Busch, who finished fifth in Sunday's Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 865 reads 25 comments

  18. No Happy Harvick at New Hampshire

    It seems a part time truck racer would be ecstatic with a third place finish. Not Kevin Harvick. Actually Harvick is pretty upset with his finish, and with the guy who finished second...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 972 reads 5 comments

  19. Denny Hamlin: It's Time To Drive It Like You Stole It

    Winning the Chevy Rock and Roll 400 with a dominating performance, Hamlin once again showed he means business this year. Now it’s onto New Hampshire and the first of ten races to the Sprint Cup championship...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 125 reads 9 comments

  20. Kyle Busch: No Points, No Championship. Time For Joe Gibbs To Step In

    Immediately after the checkered flag flew Saturday night at Richmond, all 12 Sprint Cup chase drivers and team members were given custom made Sprint Cup chase hats with their sponsor logos on the front...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 2,215 reads 20 comments

  21. Are Tony Stewart and Darian Grubb Going in The Wrong Direction?

    The Sprint Cup chase is set, and Tony Stewart will start the chase at New Hampshire in second behind Mark Martin. Stewart has not had much to crow about since his win at Watkins Glen in early August...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 898 reads 5 comments

  22. News, Notes, and Pictures from Richmond International

    Practice is over for the Nationwide and Sprint Cup Series. Juan Pablo Montoya led the speed charts for the second Cup practice. Jimmie Johnson, Mark Martin, Jeff Gordon and Kasey Kahne rounded out the top 5...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 152 reads 8 comments

  23. Would a NASCAR Driver Throw the Race to Secure a Chase Spot for His Teammate?

    The hottest questions in the media center this morning were centered on a very touchy subject. Would a driver throw the race so his teammate could get into the Chase? Last week, John ...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 695 reads 9 comments

  24. Petty-Yates Merger Is New Start for Some, End for Others, and Just Hazy for Rest

    Today’s merger between Richard Petty Motorsports and Yates Racing is certainly another sign of the times. It also signals the end of an era for each team involved and possibly the beginning of the end for Dodge in Sprint Cup...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 1,904 reads 4 comments

  25. Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Please Help, I Have Some Questions

    I know Jr. is pretty busy with racing and commercials, and I don't really expect him to help answer any of these questions, but since "Jr...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 5 years ago 764 reads 31 comments