Friday Jun 14
Portsmouth Daily Times
Slone's Sidelines: The Proper Perspective
I am an ultra-competitive guy. I hate losing, whether I am playing a sport or watching my favorite team on satellite.
Cheating is part of NASCAR's history
How long has cheating gone on in NASCAR? From Day One, that's how long. The first NASCAR race was run in 1949 on a little dirt track near Charlotte, N.C., and the driver who crossed the finish line first, Glenn Dunaway, was disqualified for having altered springs on his stock car.
Famed Marty Robbins car to take another lap at Fairgrounds Speedway
Marty Robbins loved to sing and loved to drive fast. This weekend at Fairgrounds Speedway, a symbol of the latter will be on display.
Larry McReynolds: 'Reach in a bucket with 43 numbers' to figure who'll win Talladega on Sunday
Sure, the racing was captivating. The cars sped by in a blur as Larry McReynolds sat in the Talladega grandstands on that August afternoon in 1973.
McMurray: No regrets on Ganassi
Jamie McMurray has no regrets about the ebbs and flows of his career since his 2002 Sprint Cup debut with Chip Ganassi Racing.