1. Pit Road Speed: The Story and The Solution

    Pit road speeds. That's the debate of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway tonight...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 122 reads 7 comments

  2. Who Will It Be? Roush Has To Trim a Team.

    It's the most interesting debate in NASCAR. What driver will Jack Roush move to Yates Racing in 2010, when NASCAR forces Jack to trim a team. The whole "Trimming Team" thing is very bias anyway...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 226 reads 16 comments

  3. Parker Kligerman Is a Name to Remember for Racing Fans

    Ron Hornaday isn't the only one dominating a series nowadays. For people who watch the ARCA RE/MAX Series, they will tell you about an 18-year-old kid from Westport, Conn. The kid's name is Parker Kligerman...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 409 reads 0 comments

  4. Kissing the Bricks: NASCAR's Best Tradition

    It's the greatest tradition in NASCAR history: kissing the bricks. However, it hasn't always been that way. In order to appreciate the tradition of kissing the bricks you have to go back to 1992...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 4,257 reads 19 comments

  5. Tony Eury Jr. Blames Media: What About Blaming Himself?

    When I got home from work this Monday, I looked on the counter and there was my weekly subscription of NASCAR Scene. I looked at the front cover, and there was Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his dad...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 552 reads 20 comments

  6. Front Row Motorsports, Doing It The Right Way.

    When Daytona hit in 2009, there was one team most people thought were doomed. Front Row Motorsports. Yes, they were locked into the first five races, but they had been downright awful in the four years prior to 2009...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about almost 5 years ago 671 reads 6 comments

  7. The Two Sides of NASCAR's Double-File Restarts Debate

    It's a new change around NASCAR. Double File restarts and they are certainly making a stir. However, there are people who are debating whether they are good or bad for NASCAR. Frankly, I can't blame them...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 411 reads 3 comments

  8. Who Is Hendrick Motorsports Best Driver?

    Hendrick Motorsports is NASCAR's best team. They have the best cars, the best engines, the best owner, the best crews, the best crew chiefs, and most importantly, the best drivers...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 480 reads 34 comments

  9. Another Bad Week, Another Bad Excuse

    I knew it. As soon as I heard Dave Moody scream "and Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s car is all tore up on the back straightaway," I knew it. I knew what was coming, it was just a matter of time...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 553 reads 57 comments

  10. The Issue at Daytona: Tires, Tires, Tires

    The 2009 Coke Zero 400 looked very similar to another race at the Daytona International Raceway, nine years earlier. If you were to ask NASCAR experts, The 2000 Daytona 500 was one of the most boring races in Daytona 500 history...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 159 reads 5 comments

  11. Firecracker, Pepsi, or Coke Zero—Always Exciting Racing at Daytona!

    Firecracker, Pepsi, or Coke Zero—the 400-miler at Daytona has always been exciting, and there have been many big-time upsets to conquered the races atmosphere...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 272 reads 6 comments

  12. After All These Years, the Wood Brothers Are Still NASCAR's Best Family

    Back in the early 1950's a family that everyone loved, came on to the NASCAR scene and started an organization that would dominate for years to come. Wood Brothers Racing, started back in 1954 and from 1960-1985, may have been the best team in NASCAR...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 281 reads 7 comments

  13. Glory Days: Jerry Nadeau's Near Upset at the 2002 Dodge/Save Mart 350

    It had been three years since the NASCAR world had seen life from Petty Enterprises. The No. 44 car was a joke. The Petty team had a dismal five top-10s in the last three years...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 201 reads 3 comments

  14. Ernie Irvan's Most Memorable Moment

    Modesto, Calfornia's Ernie Irvan's last win came in the 1997 Miller 400 at Michigan International Raceway on June 15, 1997. However, it was more then just a driver's last win...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 207 reads 2 comments

  15. Top 10 Stories for the 2009 Silly Season!

    The 2009 silly season is about to become underway. Several story lines have surfaced already with more to be coming from now until the 52nd Running of the Daytona 500...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 340 reads 8 comments

  16. Pocono's Greatest Finish: The Day the Intimidator Got Intimidated!

    It's a day that NASCAR fans remember as the day the Intimidator Got Intimidated! It was June 19, 2000, and even though the race was ran on a Monday afternoon, the finish will go down as the best finish in Pocono Raceway history...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 370 reads 11 comments

  17. Dover: The Home of NASCAR's Most Touching Story

    It was June 4,1995. Former championship winning crew chief Barry Dodson was sitting on top of his pit box on a gloomy Sunday morning, sitting by himself, and thinking about what crazy things went on in his life before this...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 2,505 reads 3 comments

  18. A Rule NASCAR Should Consider

    Last season's rookie of the year battle is a perfect situation of why NASCAR should put in a rule about drivers having at least a year experience before entering the Sprint Cup Series...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 181 reads 8 comments

  19. Awesome Bill Elliot Makes His 800th NASCAR Start

    Back in 2000, if you had told anyone in NASCAR that Bill Elliott would have 800 career starts, they would have laughed in your face. "Bill Elliott, he is finished!!!" they would have said. However, little did they know, Bill still had something left...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 489 reads 2 comments

  20. The Curse of the 25 Car Is a Myth!

    The curse of the 25 is just another curse to explain the troubles of Dale Earnhardt Jr. During the 1986 season Tim Richmond dominated the sport. He had seven wins and finished third in the point standings...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 193 reads 38 comments

  21. NASCAR's 10 Best Broadcasters of All Time

    On the light of All-Star weekend, I have decided to make a list of the top ten NASCAR Broadcasters of All-Time. If there were an All-Star race for Broadcasters these guys would call it...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 13,706 reads 6 comments

  22. Nine Years Ago Today, NASCAR Changed Forever

    It' was of the saddest days in NASCAR history. May 12, 2000. It was one of those things that you, as a NASCAR fan, will remember where you were when it happened. It was the day Adam Petty died...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 779 reads 6 comments

  23. If It Was Any Driver But Dale Jr...

    The fall of NASCAR's most popular driver is not a fluke, it's real. As Jr's experience continues, his success continues to fall. Which is starting to make his fans realize it was not DEI and it was Dale Jr...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 46 reads 6 comments

  24. NASCAR's Five Most Disappointing Drivers Through the First 10 Races of 2009

    There have been some real surprises and real disapointments so far in the 2009 season. However, these five drivers have had a tough time of it through the first 10 races of the year...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 156 reads 1 comments

  25. The Real Reason Why We Run Restrictor Plates

    The last time a driver went into the catch fence, we had a major rule change. Why not today? In order to understand the reason behind restrictor plates, you have to put yourself in Bill France Jr...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clayton Caldwell about 5 years ago 1,687 reads 2 comments