I guess it's a good thing NASCAR drivers are so unsure when discussing the effects of drug usage. It shows how clean the sport has been during the drug era. However, the Jeremy Mayfield case has proven that NASCAR needs to be a little more proactive in education about the issue.
The first inductees into the new NASCAR Hall of Fame will be announced in October, and until then will come some serious debate.
Tony Stewart has sped throughout all aspects of his career with the same heavy-footed, carefree-bordering-on-careless approach that has made him a championship driver in everything with wheels.
Sometimes the best opportunities come about in the most trying of times.
Cutbacks are coming in NASCAR, but that may not be such a bad thing.
I have a confession to make. The full intention of this column was to bash Kyle Busch for his awful Pete Townshend impersonation at the Nashville track last weekend. However, after researching the incident, and after reading what fellow writers and fans have said, I've changed my tune.
Rarely is "NASCAR and clean air" mentioned in the same sentence. Yet after NASCAR officials announced the "NASCAR Green Clean Air" program Friday, that can start to change.
Here’s a question that has no real tangible answer: Are NASCAR teams racing under the same management really equal?
What’s your take on the new NASCAR rule that calls for double-file restarts?
Rick Hendrick finally pulled the trigger, and now we’ll get to see just how proficient the ultra-successful owner/businessman is at crisis management.
It didn’t catch a lot of publicity, but one of the most interesting stories from a wet weekend in Charlotte were a pair of town hall meetings NASCAR officials held with its owners and drivers.
Gene Haas hasn’t always made the best business decisions, but his decision to turn over co-ownership in his NASCAR Sprint Cup team to Tony Stewart has proven to be pure gold.
Jeremy Mayfield is a drug user. Unfortunately, we don’t know what he did to earn that label. A week after it was announced he tested positive for a “banned substance” and thus suspended indefinitely, the mystery surrounding Mayfield and NASCAR’s silence has grown.
All-Star race victory is driver’s first win as a car owner
CONCORD, N.C. — Tony Stewart won his first race as a team owner Saturday night, breaking through for a $1 million payday with a victory in the annual All-Star race.
Boy, is Mark Martin having fun or what?