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Brickyard 400: is it still a marquee NASCAR race?

There’s no disputing the prestige of Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It’s hallowed ground in the world of motorsports. But does that automatically make the Brickyard 400, ahem, the Crown Royal Presents…

Throwback Thursday: 1994 Brickyard 400

Sunday the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will take to Indianapolis Motor Speedway for Crown Royal Presents the Jeff Kyle 400 at the Brickyard, a.k.a. the Brickyard 400. With Jeff Gordon…

Kyle Busch waiver significant after all

Back when NASCAR announced that Kyle Busch would receive a waiver, allowing him to compete for a Chase for the Sprint Cup berth by winning races and getting himself into…

Kentucky NASCAR aero package gets rave reviews

The NASCAR Sprint Cup rules package through the first 17 races of the 2015 season has left fans and drivers, alike, disgruntled, to say the least. NASCAR, meanwhile, searched for…

Buddy Baker: career milestones

On Tuesday, NASCAR legend Buddy Baker announced via his “Late Shift” SiriusXM NASCAR Radio show that he has inoperable lung cancer and was unsure how long he had left. As…

Kyle Busch still has one task to go before Chase berth

Soon after Kyle Busch announced his return to NASCAR Sprint Cup Racing in May for the Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, making the Coca-Cola 600, also at Charlotte,…

NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup should include road course

This weekend, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returns to action after a weekend off, heading west to Sonoma, Calif., for Sunday’s Toyota/SaveMart 350 at Sonoma Raceway. It’s the first of…

Motorsports media debates Danica Patrick’s Hall of Fame worthiness

A fellow motorsports writer, Steven Cole Smith at Motorsport.com, recently wrote that Danica Patrick has earned an eventual induction into the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Admittedly, that’s not something I…

Celebrating Father’s Day the NASCAR way

NASCAR has always touted itself as a family sport, and that’s not just evident in the grandstands and on couches all across America on race day. Families, particularly fathers and…

Earnhardt, Sherman Twitter debate a marketing ploy

It looks like we were duped, folks, by clever marketing. Or at least I was duped, and apparently, other writers were too, judging by some stories I read online recently.…

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