1. Hello, Gorgeous: Tony Stewart's Sitting Pretty as a First-Year Driver/Owner

    What an incredible Cinderella story! This first-year owner/driver comes out of nowhere to creep up on the pack after Richmond. He’s approaching the 11th race. He's only 39 points behind the leader, he's gonna drive about a 172...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 267 reads 9 comments

  2. A Little Girl With BIG Dreams: Ashley Gerbis Racing Is the One to Watch!

    I recently had the pleasure of getting to know and interview a very special little girl by the name of Ashley Gerbis. This may be your first introduction, but it certainly won't be the last! Ashley Gerbis is a 10-year-girl whose favorite food is pizza...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 142 reads 10 comments

  3. Bleacher Report Writers Get the Scoop From Behind NASCAR's Pit Walls

    Whether we are perched in the grandstands or parked on the couch, we NASCAR fans spend a lot of time on the outside looking in. It is a familiar place that week in, week out feels like "home...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 176 reads 19 comments

  4. Tony Stewart Prelude to the Dream Pit Pass Contest for Charity- UPDATE

    On June 3, 2009 Tony Stewart's Eldora Speedway will play host to the fifth annual "Prelude to the Dream," a unique affair that features NASCAR and National driving stars behind the wheel of dirt ...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 1,250 reads 9 comments

  5. Twittering, NASCAR Style: How To "Twit" and "Tweet" Beyond the Twack!

    I held out on becoming a "Twitterer", swore I'd never do it, what would be the point? I already have a Facebook page that I check regularly, not to mention my poor, neglected Myspace account that I now ignore on a regular basis due to time constraints...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 482 reads 27 comments

  6. Kyle Busch vs. Flounder: The "Smell My Face Beltway Race 2" Recap

    The "Smell My Face Beltway Race 2" Recap08:05 - Kyle Busch is on his way from the airport to the DC101 station.The colors of the cars are revealed,Flounder will be driving the red FJ Cruiser, Busch the yellow...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 217 reads 13 comments

  7. Kyle Busch Takes On Washington DC Traffic and the Man They Call Flounder

    When you think of stock car racing, the last place that comes to mind would be the Capital Beltway. I-495 is the interstate highway that circles Washington DC and it's inner suburbs in Maryland and Virginia...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 1,336 reads 5 comments

  8. Michael Phelps' Last Dance With Mary Jane.

    As a dedicated "athletic supporter," I didn't think twice about throwing on my "Got Phelps?" sweatshirt today to run a few errands. I've been a Michael "Phelps Phan" for years, long before he took the gold medal in bong hits...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 441 reads 34 comments

  9. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Accepts Responsibility, but Will the Fans Stand by Their Man?

    "Sometimes it's hard to be a womanGiving all your love to just one man." In the week following the Daytona 500, Dale Earnhardt Jr...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 251 reads 15 comments

  10. Daytona 500 Fast Facts: Let's Go Racing Boys!

    Today kicks off NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series with the 51st running of the Daytona 500 and I could not be happier! I feel like a kid in a candy store surrounded by all of my favorite treats! A Dale Jr...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 1,837 reads 5 comments

  11. Scott Speed: Milk (and Cereal) Does a Body Good!

    In 1999 G. Love and The Special Sauce released a song titled "Milk and Cereal" which instantly became a cult classic. The original video featured G. Love and his young son. Milk and Cereal is an Internet meme originated by a group known as VT's Finest...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 791 reads 11 comments

  12. Casting Call for NASCAR: The Movie

    Hollywood action movies ain't got nothing on NASCAR! Even Producer/Director Michael Bay would be hard pressed to create the action packed car chases that keep us on the edge of our seats week after week...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 1,108 reads 18 comments

  13. Lookin' for Love in All the Wrong Places, NASCAR Style

    "I take you to be my cherished partner, to go with me to all NASCAR races and to stay home and rear our batch of toothless and shoeless children. I promise to protect you using lethal force if necessary and if I'm not too drunk"...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 760 reads 24 comments

  14. NASCAR and Politics: Turning Left But Thinking Right.

    Was our former President Bush a true NASCAR fan? He did attend a Daytona 500 or two, but who's to really say if it was out of love for the sport or if it was simply to appease the "NASCAR Dads" ...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 1,616 reads 14 comments

  15. SWF ISO Rekindling LTR With NASCAR—Without You I'm Nothing!

    Hibernation: A state of inactivity. To spend the winter in a dormant condition, as bears and certain other animals, i.e. NASCAR fans...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about over 5 years ago 212 reads 21 comments

  16. Tony Stewart: Thanks "Smoke" for Ten Great Years!

    The last chapter of what has become an excellent book in the Joe Gibbs library will quietly close this afternoon as the checkered flag waves in Homestead. It will be Tony Stewart's 356th and final start with JGR...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about almost 6 years ago 1,230 reads 16 comments

  17. NASCAR: With One To Go, Let He Who Is Without Sin Cast The First Stone!

    There are seven days in a week, seven ancient wonders of the world, seven seas, and the ever popular, seven minutes in heaven. Tomorrow, Jimmie Johnson has 36 chances to take the Sprint Cup victory and just seven minuscule shots to lose it all...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about almost 6 years ago 559 reads 12 comments

  18. Lisa Horne Is Right! Chicks Do Dig the Long Ball, As Well As...

    ...the checkered flag, the home run, the tap-out, the slam dunk, the volley, the bump, the "goaaalll," and every other term that goes along with the sports we are passionate about. History tells us that sports have always been a man’s world...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about almost 6 years ago 1,244 reads 99 comments

  19. NASCAR and Me: "The Next Best Thing," A Love Story.

    No matter how bad we may want something, life as we know it doesn't always comply with our wishes. While wanting the best for ourselves we are often forced to settle for the next best thing...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about almost 6 years ago 453 reads 46 comments

  20. Jimmie Johnson vs Carl Edwards: With Two Races to Go The Chase Is ON!

    For the record I am not the biggest fan of Carl Edwards, nor am I terribly enamoured by Jimmie Johnson, but with just two races left in "The Chase" and 106 points separating these two ...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about almost 6 years ago 488 reads 19 comments

  21. For NASCAR, "Three Is a Magic Number, Yes It Is!"

    Remember those old Schoolhouse Rock lyrics: "Three is a magic number,Yes it is, it's a magic number.Somewhere in the ancient, mystic trinityYou get three as a magic number." Three is indeed a magic number for NASCAR...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about almost 6 years ago 1,010 reads 13 comments

  22. NASCAR Domination: Is Rick Hendrick the New "Dr. Evil?"

    There have been a handful of movies made about NASCAR. "Days of Thunder" and "Talladega Nights" instantly come to mind, but as The Chase winds down I can't help but to relate it to the cast of ...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about almost 6 years ago 727 reads 26 comments

  23. "N" Is For NASCAR and The NFL: Race Day Vs. Game Day.

    It's a lazy Sunday afternoon, there is an autumn breeze in the air and the turning leaves are falling silently to the ground. The clock ticks slowly as the little hand creeps towards the 1:00 hour...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about almost 6 years ago 828 reads 53 comments

  24. The Melting Pot Will (Sadly) Not Boil in Martinsville for This Fan

    The plan was for four friends was to pile into the "Mini-Winnie" this afternoon and head straight for the place where Virginia kisses the North Carolina border. We would stake our claim on a tiny piece of land and camp out for the next three days...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about almost 6 years ago 356 reads 10 comments

  25. Victory! How NASCAR Celebrates The "Champagne Moments" With Style.

    Victory celebration; the incredible champagne moment that we stay to the bitter end to be a part of is truly the icing on the cake of any sporting event...

    Kara Martin Written by Kara Martin about almost 6 years ago 1,344 reads 18 comments