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Carl Edwards’ departure will probably have huge impact on Roush Fenway’s future

The indirect news of Carl Edwards’ departure from Roush Fenway Racing come season’s end, by virtue of direct and confirmed news of Roush Fenway Racing’s 2015 driver line-up that doesn’t…

Throwing out ideas for possible NASCAR schedule changes

The NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule for 2015 has yet to be released, and probably won’t be revealed for another month, maybe two. Still, a popular topic of conversation among fans,…

Pucker up and kiss those bricks

Milk and Indianapolis seem to go hand-in-hand, that is if your an auto racing fan. After all, there’s been a long tradition of drivers quenching their thirsts with a bottle…

Way back Wednesday: 1994 Brickyard 400

I had two “Throwback Thursday”-type topics I wanted to discuss here in my blog space on Auto Racing Daily this week, so today, I’m instituting “Way Back Wednesday” here on…

Morgan Shepherd’s daughter defends her father’s racing

Last weekend, in the most recent NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, Morgan Shepherd broke his own record as the oldest driver to start…

Maybe higher minimum speed limits are the answer

Prior to the Camping World RV Sales 301 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon this past Sunday, Morgan Shepherd was celebrated for breaking his…

LeBron – Cleveland similar to Earnhardt – Childress

On Friday, the announcement was made that NBA superstar LeBron James would return to Cleveland to rejoin the Cavaliers’ roster after a few years with the Miami Heat. It seemed…

Throwback Thursday: 1984 Firecracker 400

Aric Almirola’s win of the rain-delayed and rain-shortened Coke Zero 400 at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway on Sunday wasn’t only the first-career win for the driver, it was the first…

A new union forming in NASCAR?

Historically, NASCAR’s ruling France family has been against the formation of unions in its beloved sport. And the sanctioning body has definitely put its proverbial foot down. In the early…

NASCAR needs to change qualifying at restrictor plate tracks