1. Worlds Apart: The Two Planets of Robby Gordon

    In our world, Robby Gordon is struggling in in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He currently sits 34th in points, last among the drivers that have competed in all thirteen events heading into Pocono...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about 5 years ago 388 reads 5 comments

  2. Plea to NASCAR BR Community: Stop Being Mindless!

    Last fall, I started writing with B/R. Life got in the way, and I was not able to contribute all that much anymore. When time permitted, I signed in. I checked in to see some of the new faces, as well as the old...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about 5 years ago 205 reads 31 comments

  3. Return on NASCAR Sponsor Investment: You Get Out What You Put In

    In this time of economic hardship, NASCAR is seeing a serious decline in sponsorship. Companies are finding it hard to spend the amount of money is takes to be a 200-mile-per-hour billboard...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 622 reads 3 comments

  4. NASCAR Offseason: The Bark Is Worse Than The Bite

    I cannot remember an offseason quite like this one. NASCAR teams are facing hard times. We've seen the fall of empires and seen teams sift through the rubble trying to salvage what may be left of once competitive teams...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 200 reads 8 comments

  5. Robby Gordon's Bad Luck in Baja: Vacation Becomes a Nightmare

    Robby Gordon left Homestead with a sigh of relief. He finished the Ford 400 in 26th position. That gave him enough to finish the 2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup season 34th in Owner Points, locking him into the field for the first five races next year...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 233 reads 3 comments

  6. Robby Gordon Goes for Four at the Baja 1000

    This Friday at 10 a.m. Eastern, Robby Gordon will continue his racing season, but this time on a very different type of track. Once again, Robby is competing in the Tecate SCORE Baja 1000...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 787 reads 0 comments

  7. Making the Best of a Bad Situation: Martin/Almirola Are a Success

    The summer of 2007 will live in the memories of any Dale Earnhardt Incorporated fan for years to come. Dale Earnhardt Jr...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 400 reads 6 comments

  8. Miami Mystique: Why Homestead Should Not Get a Second Cup Date

    The conversation comes up every year: Which tracks should get a second Cup date? Sometimes, it's Bruton Smith pushing the issue for Vegas. Sometimes, it's the fans after getting a second bad race at a particular track in one year...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 350 reads 0 comments

  9. Change The Point System, The Outcome Won't Change

    This Chase has brought on more conversation about "how points SHOULD be" than any in the past. You can take your pick of topics. Too spread out. It's not quite exciting enough. Rained out qualifying gave Jimmie Johnson an advantage...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 356 reads 3 comments

  10. Kasey Kahne: Silent Success

    Expectations were high this year for Kasey Kahne. He had a new sponsor in Budweiser and in the first full year of the Gillett-Evernham partnership gave the team very high hopes that they were ...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 220 reads 2 comments

  11. Carl Edwards Wins Again!, Oh By The Way, Mike Wallace Was There!

    I watched the NASCAR Nationwide Series race yesterday, and again watched the story about the Cup regulars, seeing the stories of points leader Clint Bowyer, and eventual winner Carl Edwards beating out Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, and Kyle Busch...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 276 reads 2 comments

  12. The Herminator Returns: Kenny Wallace to Run Craftman Truck in Phoenix.

    Everyone's favorite NASCAR commentator Kenny Wallace makes a return to the Craftsman Truck Series to run this Fridays Lucas Oils 150 at Phoenix International Raceway. Kenny will run the number 15 Billy Ballew Motorsports, Hyprene Ergon Toyota Tundra...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 298 reads 2 comments

  13. Why I Am Not a Fan of Dale Earnhardt Jr.

    Every year starts the same for me. Everyone has a clean slate. Everyone is pumped for the season to start. We are all patiently waiting for the green to wave. I come into it with respect for Dale Earnhardt Jr...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 247 reads 12 comments

  14. Hello, Larry McClure? This Is Tony Stewart!

    "Hi Larry! It's me, Tony Stewart! You got a min...Oh yeah, I guess you might be a little busy. I will make this quick as I can." "Listen, I have been thinking about that whole number thing. I'm sorry man! I should have known better...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 1,119 reads 7 comments

  15. Is Brett Favre The Next Ozzy Osbourne??

    No, Brett Favre doesn't bite heads off of bats or birds. No, he doesn't have a concert titled in his name. But hear me out, walk with me a minute. Have fun and laugh with this. Let me tell you how Brett might just be Ozzy Osbourne in the making...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 747 reads 0 comments

  16. Throwback Thursday: Green Bay Vs. Cinncinati, Oct 30th, 1983

    In honor of Halloween, I have decided to do one of the horror stories in Packers history. The 1983 Green Bay Packers were led by the once powerful quarterback, not so powerful coach Bart Starr...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 121 reads 0 comments

  17. A. J. Allmendinger Shines with Gillette Evernham Motorsports

    For the second week in a row, A.J. Allmendinger was the class of the Gillett Evernham Motorsports stable. Once again, he was the pilot for the No. 10 Sears Auto Center/Valvoline Dodge in the Pep Boys Auto 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 704 reads 7 comments

  18. Throwback Thursday: Green Bay Vs. Tampa Bay. Oct. 23, 1977

    The year was 1977. The State of Wisconsin had made the Packer Hall of Fame a state Historic Landmark. Green Bay was 5-9 the previous season, with hopes to restore the glory that was the Lombardi era...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 211 reads 6 comments

  19. Forget The Numbers: Packers-Titans Part 1

    Yes, I know we have a bye week. Yes, I know they have one game in between. But if you were the Packers, would you take a week away from game planning against the NFL's remaining unbeaten team? The Titans played the lowly Kansas City Chiefs...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 91 reads 6 comments

  20. Throwback Thursday: Green Bay Vs. Minnesota, Oct. 16, 1988

    The 1988 Season is one that Packer fans would like to forget. The final record for the Pack that year was 4-12, under the infamous Coach Lindy Infante. There were some highlights though...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 250 reads 0 comments

  21. Seriously, How Well Will The Packers Do Against The Colts?

    Do you remember the Cowboy's game? Who can forget? The Packers were riding VERY high! Huge wins over the Vikings and Lions had not only the Packer faithful, but even football critics ...

    Heath Heidemann Written by Heath Heidemann about over 5 years ago 84 reads 0 comments