1. Jimmie Johnson Hits Another Winning Note, Chase Sounds Like Same Song and Dance

    It’s beginning to sound like the same old song and dance, except this time around it came with a different twist. Southern California which is known for its hot, humid, and smoggy summer days that can easily peak out at over 100 degrees...

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  2. When Has a Fathers Love Gone To Far?

    For those of us who are parents, and even for those who aren’t, try and take a minute and ponder this question: “How far would you go to protect your kid, child, or teenager?” Now I’m ...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about almost 5 years ago 163 reads 6 comments

  3. Jimmie Johnson's Helmet of Hope: A Charity That Keeps on Giving

    Whenever the name Jimmie Johnson is mentioned anywhere around a motorsports event, the first thought that usually comes to mind is that he drives the No. 48, Blue/Silver Lowe’s sponsored Sprint cup car for Hendrick Motorsports...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about almost 5 years ago 412 reads 1 comments

  4. Whatever Happened To: Innocent Until Proven Guilty?

    As the chase for the Sprint cup championship continues to heat up, so do the story lines that continue to follow each team as they prepare each week to not only do battle with one another, but the sanctioning body as well...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about almost 5 years ago 141 reads 7 comments

  5. Team Chevy Cinches 33rd Championship, As HMS Power Continues Dominance

    "It is no secret these are stressful and turbulent times at General Motors.” Mark Kent, manager of GM racing couldn’t have used a better set of words to express the importance of Chevrolet ...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about almost 5 years ago 150 reads 4 comments

  6. Death At The Track, Through the Eyes Of a NASCAR Fan

    Margaret Cowherd jumped up as soon as she saw the doctor come out of the emergency room. She asked the doctor with a look of sadness in her eyes, "How is my husband? Is he going to be all right? When can I see him?" The doctor responded, "I’m sorry...

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  7. Mark Martin Continues To Defy The Odds: "This Is Absolutely Incredible"

    At an age when most drivers have already hung up their driving shoes, and are sitting back enjoying retirement after spending years traveling one of the most grueling schedules in all the sporting ...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about almost 5 years ago 108 reads 2 comments

  8. Where There is Smoke, There is Usually Fire—Has This Fire Gone Out?

    Whenever you think of smoke, the first thing that usually comes to mind is a fire. And the bigger the fire, the bigger the smoke cloud usually is...

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  9. Juan Montoya Disses a Northern California Television Station, Or Not?

    It was back in 2006 when Juan Pablo Montoya first made his stock car debut in the NASCAR series, as a rookie driver making the switch from driving open wheel race cars during his early career...

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  10. "Actions Speak Louder Than Words," Can Easily Be in Busch's Vocabulary

    Many of life’s most valuable lessons are taught to us by these small, short, but yet very powerful sayings...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about 5 years ago 108 reads 2 comments

  11. How Do You Spell Manufacturer Dominance? C-H-E-V-R-O-L-E-T

    Never in their wildest dreams did the founders of the Chevrolet Motor Company, Louis Chevrolet, William Little, and Edwin Campbell ever expect that the car they manufactured back in 1911, would be leading one of the largest racing series 97 years later...

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  12. For Ryan Newman, Racing Is A Family Affair

    Ryan Newman enjoys talking about how he got his very first start in auto racing, and who it was that influenced him at such a young age. “I think everyone has heard the story now," said Newman, the driver of the Stewart Haas Racing No...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about 5 years ago 1,077 reads 3 comments

  13. 2001, The Year That NASCAR Nation Stood Still

    Feb. 18, 2001. Expectations run high, as each driver comes out of their off-season slumber to get ready for the biggest race of the year...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about 5 years ago 150 reads 6 comments

  14. Mark Anthony Martin, NASCAR's Walking Storybook

    Sit back and think about what NASCAR really means to some of the veteran drivers who have graced the sports most famous, and hallowed race tracks...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about 5 years ago 213 reads 2 comments

  15. With One Race Left, Which Drivers Will Make It into the Chase?

    Looking toward the flag stand on a clear and beautiful sunlit day, I can see the flag man's hand as he effortlessly waves to the drivers as they pass by him at speeds which are almost blinding to the naked eye...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about 5 years ago 128 reads 3 comments

  16. The Unexplainable Mystique That Is Dale Earnhardt Jr.

    He hasn’t won a race since June 15, 2008, and so far this season he is sitting 21st in points and will once again miss the chase for the third time in his Sprint cup career...

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  17. Mark Martin Continues to Show NASCAR That Age is Only a Number

    We have all at one time or another, seen the t-shirts that read in big bold letters either across the front or back, “Old Men Rule...

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  18. If History Has It's Way, Kyle Busch Might Not Make The Chase

    Kyle Busch may have been able to hold off Mark Martin for the win at Bristol Motor Speedway a couple of weeks ago...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about 5 years ago 114 reads 2 comments

  19. Kevin Harvick To Speak to "Kevins Krew" At Atlanta Speedway

    When you couple the word charity along with NASCAR racing, then you throw a famous driver into the mix along with one of the sports biggest sponsors for that added flavor...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about 5 years ago 79 reads 0 comments

  20. Tony Stewart Has a Dream, and We Are All Invited To View It on Sept. 9

    "I Have a Dream" is the popular name given to the speech delivered by Martin Luther King Jr. on Aug. 28, 1963 when he spoke about equality in the human race...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about 5 years ago 369 reads 2 comments

  21. Brad Keselowski Makes It Official: Penske, Here I Come

    Whenever the name Penske is mentioned around the various racing venues throughout this great country of ours, and even more so beyond our borders then eyes start to light up, along with the usual ...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about 5 years ago 213 reads 25 comments

  22. Richard Childress Speaks Out, Kevin Harvick Will Not Be Going Anywhere

    Kevin Harvick came into the Sprint cup series back in 2001, where he over the Richard Childress Racing, No. 3 GM Goodwrench Chevy sponsored race car after the untimely death of Dale Earnhardt Sr...

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  23. With The Chase Coming Up, There Are No Guarantees...Just Ask Jeff Gordon

    As 2007 was wrapping up with only 10 races left on the schedule, Jeffrey Michael Gordon was on top of the racing world. “The drive for five” was very much alive and kicking...

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  24. Will the Real Kyle Busch Please Stand Up?

    What happened to the Rock'em, Sock'em style of racing that Bristol was famous for at one time? Gone are the helmet throwing, bump and grind, temper flaring attitudes, and of course, ...

    Sal Sigala Jr. Written by Sal Sigala Jr. about 5 years ago 271 reads 22 comments

  25. Will Pit Lane Be the Deciding Factor in the Chase?

    It’s a very lonely strip of concrete that lies between the garage area and the front straightaway, unless of course it’s a short track and then it wraps itself around the entire track like some mighty python waiting for its next victim...

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