1. Lowes Motor Speedway Capitalizes on "The Big One" at Talladega

    Over and over again, we hear how tough the economy is. Everyone has felt some financial effects, and racing is no exception...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about over 5 years ago 79 reads 0 comments

  2. Kyle Busch: My Day At NASCAR Traffic Court

    All rise, NASCAR traffic court is now in session. The Honorable U. Will B. Caught presiding. "Thank you, please be seated." "Before I call our most recent offender, Mr...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about over 5 years ago 588 reads 6 comments

  3. NASCAR at Phoenix: A Win for the Ageless

    Let it be written in the history books of NASCAR that on April 19, 2009, a Phoenix arose from the sandy desert floor of Avondale Arizona. Retirement just didnt set well with Mark Martin...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about over 5 years ago 305 reads 2 comments

  4. Kurt Busch Fans: Please Help

    "Wait a minute, Mr. Postman" I just knew today was the day. I turned on the TV and the Marvelettes were singing "Mr. Postman" on the classic channel. "Please Mr. Postman, look and see, if there is a letter in your bag for me" Yes sir, today is the day...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about over 5 years ago 282 reads 32 comments

  5. NASCAR Scanner Chatter: Not Always What You Think

    A lull in the racing schedule has given me some time to think—something that should be of real concern. At the track, a scanner is an important part of any race fans arsenal. It's the link between the fans and the teams...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about over 5 years ago 377 reads 5 comments

  6. Top 10 List: Suggested Movies About Steroids

    The steroids saga rages on. It's time for Hollywood to chime in with its list of potential movies. Listed below are the top 10 ideas, including who should be tapped for the starring role...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about over 5 years ago 5,801 reads 2 comments

  7. March Madness: It's Not Always About Basketball

    March Madness is upon us once again. The long cold winter has come and gone. It's now time to get down to business. For some, the dream begins, and ends, quickly. What we have done before this day no longer matters...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about over 5 years ago 77 reads 0 comments

  8. NASCAR Sponsors Pray for Help from Fans

    Desperate times call for desperate measures. "Its the fans who buy our products, and right now, no one is buying," said Could B. Broke, head of marketing at a mega company. "We are reaching out to the fans for ideas...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about over 5 years ago 283 reads 14 comments

  9. NASCAR Facing Class Action Lawsuit: France Implements Sweeping Changes (Satire)

    A news conference today at Daytona USA is expected to turn the NASCAR world upside down. According to unnamed sources, Brian France called an emergency meeting late last night after reading an article on Bleacher Report...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about over 5 years ago 1,485 reads 20 comments

  10. Busch-Whacked: Earnhardt Jr. Silences Dominate Car

    Kyle Busch was a shoe-in for the Sprint Cup championship in 2008. Of course that was before the final 10 Chase races began. Busch's string of dnf's and bottom-feeder finishes saw him drop from first to 10th in the final standings...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about over 5 years ago 209 reads 0 comments

  11. NASCAR Admits Fault for Daytona Crash, Hendrick Picks Up New Sponsor

    Shortly after today's Daytona 500, NASCAR issued a statement accepting partial blame for two pit road incidents, and the big crash that took place on lap 125. "In an effort to save teams money, we cut out all test sessions at NASCAR sanctioned tracks...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about over 5 years ago 979 reads 9 comments

  12. Daytona 500: Let's Go Back To The 50s

    The clouds of Daytona will soon give way to the shinning stars of NASCAR. Along with a few rookies, the 51st running of the Daytona 500 will showcase some of NASCAR's brightest stars. The field will also include a few of NASCAR's oldest stars...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about over 5 years ago 204 reads 0 comments

  13. Tickets for Sale: Who Will Bail Out Professional Sports?

    Less than a month to go before the distinctive and undeniable roar of pure horsepower is heard from the asphalt we call Daytona. The roar from the seats is what might be distinctively different this year...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about over 5 years ago 117 reads 5 comments

  14. Rick Hendrick: Can We Say Dynasty Now?

    Next month in the grand ball room at the Waldorf Astoria, Jimmie Johnson will be awarded another NASCAR Sprint Cup championship...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about almost 6 years ago 1,135 reads 7 comments

  15. Vanderbilt: We Must Stop This Madness!

    OK guys, quiet down, let's get started. I want to thank everyone for coming; we have a lot to cover. We must stop this madness of winning football games...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about almost 6 years ago 839 reads 16 comments

  16. NASCAR at Kansas: It's All About Threes

    Good or bad, it is said that things happen in threes. This weekend at Kansas, it's all about threes. NASCAR heads to Kansas Speedway for race number three of the Sprint Cup chase. Kansas has hosted four chase races...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about almost 6 years ago 1,053 reads 4 comments

  17. Last Will and Testament of A Sports Fan

    Being of sound mind and body, I do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be my Last Will and Testament, hereby expressly revoking all wills and codicils heretofore made by me...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about almost 6 years ago 403 reads 5 comments

  18. Dale Earnhardt: It Has Been Seven Years Since I Last Saw Him

    Fog had covered the speedway. Morning practice was delayed about two hours. Still, I was there early, excited and on a mission. With the help of Penske Racing, I had secured a garage pass for the Southern 500 at Darlington...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 6 years ago 1,008 reads 8 comments

  19. New Hampshire: First Race "Points" To Problems

    New Hampshire has a history of producing unlikely results and winners. This weekend was no exception. After getting around a "vulnerable" Jimmy Johnson, Greg Biffle crossed the finish line first and showed he was a legitimate championship contender...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 6 years ago 341 reads 1 comments

  20. USC-Ohio State: Trojans Show Why They're Ranked No. 1

    Tonight USC served notice to Ohio State, "There is a reason we are ranked No. 1 and you're not." With microscopic precision, Pete Carroll first dissected the Buckeyes defense, and then went to work on the offense...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 6 years ago 296 reads 0 comments

  21. Patriots-Jets: Time To Take A Test

    Sunday's matchup between New England and New York will be first real test for both teams. Brett Favre showed he still has what it takes to be at the head of the class, but his performance against ...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 6 years ago 596 reads 4 comments

  22. NASCAR Sprint Cup: A Team Effort Resulting In An Individual Prize

    Its time. Time for the "Chase". NASCAR's version of overtime. Eleven drivers have been given a second chance, a mulligan, a do-over. Yes, you read it right, I said eleven...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 6 years ago 503 reads 0 comments

  23. Panthers-Chargers: 58 Minutes Into the Game, Carolina Plays San Diego

    It only took two seconds to silence the crowd at Qualcomm Stadium. With just two ticks on the clock, Jake Delhomme bobbled a shotgun snap, scrambled, pumped once, and then fired the shot heard around San Diego...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 6 years ago 947 reads 4 comments

  24. "Gentleman" Ned Jarrett, a Legend's Legend

    Welcome back. Barney Hall welcomes Ned Jarrett and Ray Fox to the table. Ray Fox was a legendary car builder, crew chief, and owner...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 6 years ago 448 reads 3 comments

  25. Poetic Justice At Richmond

    Justice, Revenge, Payback, Karma, What goes around comes around. Pick any one of those cliches, and that explains lap 213 at Richmond. Nothing much else happened. Oh, Jimmy Johnson won...

    David Yeazell Written by David Yeazell about 6 years ago 173 reads 1 comments