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Furniture Row Racing plays NASCAR penalty/appeal process to perfection

There’s a saying in sports that has spilled over to mainstream slang that goes something like, “Don’t hate the player; hate the game.” I think that mantra can very well…

Cut Brad Keselowski a break on flag non-issue

Nobody paying attention can reasonably accuse NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Brad Keselowski of not being patriotic. If the fact that the top mission of his Checkered Flag Foundation is…

Jimmie Johnson not getting respect he deserves

On Sunday, Jimmie Johnson claimed his 76th-career win, tying him with NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Earnhardt for seventh on the all-time wins list. And there’s no indication Johnson’s finished,…

Should NASCAR’s Brian France be in business of endorsing candidates?

In case you missed it, NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France publicly endorsed GOP US Presidential candidate Donald Trump on Monday when speaking at a rally in Valdosta, Ga. Other…

Thoughts on the Stewart-Haas Racing, Ford deal

In case you’ve been camping out under some kind of rock today, the talk in the racing world, at least within the NASCAR community, all day today has centered around…

Does NASCAR rule book addition change anything?

On Friday, NASCAR announced amendments to the portion of its rule book pertaining to behavioral issues, making more specific penalties for things ranging from on-track misbehavior like intentionally wrecking a…

Should No. 14 team have gotten special consideration for Sprint Unlimited?

Last month, NASCAR issued its criteria for qualification for the Sprint Unlimited exhibition race to be run Saturday night at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway. Among those criteria was a stipulation…

Tony Stewart’s latest accident reignites old debate

Tony Stewart’s back injury/ies from his ATV accident on Sunday that became publicly known on Tuesday has reignited a NASCAR debate that comes up every now and again. And unfortunately…

Bill Nye the Science Guy’s criticism of NASCAR ill-informed and ill-placed

Bill Nye may tout himself as “The Science Guy,” but he’s by no means a NASCAR guy. I remember, late last year, hearing about Nye’s slam of the US’s numero…

Alex Bowman firing handled poorly from start to finish

The 2016 edition of the Charlotte Motor Speedway NASCAR Media Tour concluded on Thursday. Despite significant changes to Xfinity And Camping World Truck series competition announced at the beginning of…