Sunday Jul 27
Young drivers give circuit energy
His name is Ben Rhodes, and, no, you've never heard of him. But a couple of weeks back, he was sharing a news conference with Ricky Craven, of whom a whole lot of NASCAR Nation has heard.
Historically speaking, the Brickyard is big
In 1998, Jeff Gordon started a streak of four straight years in which the Indy winner went on to win the title.
Brickyard unpredictability makes it a perfect wild card
Some of the tracks we go to twice, and Indy is one we get to go to once, and this is our trip to it.
Lunch Hour alongside Big Spring: My apologies for the rainy morning I've brought you
Much of my column eye-rolling has been the post-report happy talk when the weather guy takes credit for the day's glorious skies or there is other talk as if he is totally responsible for what happens.
Northern Virginia Daily
Jarrett lays own track on diamond
Zach Jarrett could've easily fallen into the sport of auto racing. Such a path would've hardly been surprising coming from a kid born into a family with such a rich racing tradition.
Why NASCAR's Race Team Alliance may be more important than you think
It happened way back in 1992, but I've never forgotten it: A friend and colleague named Norman was a member of the editorial board of a medium-sized newspaper.
Morgan Shepherd, 72, causes crash and raises questions about age and minimum speed in NASCAR
It's been almost two decades since Morgan Shepherd last ran a full Sprint Cup season, and his last national series victory was in 1993.
2014 New Hampshire: Jeff Burton NASCAR Sprint Cup Race Preview
No. 66 Let's Go Places Toyota Camry driver Jeff Burton will make his second start of the 2014 season Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Ford Racing Did You Know? ... Loudon Edition
DID YOU KNOW? a Ford Racing has won three straight NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races for the first time since June 2005.
The Florida Times-Union
Heat's on all drivers in Daytona race this weekend
While waiting for his crew to make adjustments to his car, Michael Waltrip keeps cool as air is pumped to his car through a hose and he sips a drink during practice for the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway in 2012.
More Than $210,000 Raised For Charities During NASCAR Weekend In Sonoma
Charitable events combined to raise more than $210,000 for local charity groups during the Toyota/Save Mart 350 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series weekend at Sonoma Raceway, June 20-22.