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Some have misplaced blame for inspection issue

Nine cars failed to get through pre-qualifying inspection in time to make a qualifying attempt at Texas Motor Speedway on Friday for Sunday’s O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 Monster Energy NASCAR…

Atlanta Motor Speedway should go ahead with repave

On Tuesday morning, Dale Earnhardt Jr. linked the news, via Twitter, that Atlanta Motor Speedway is postponing it repaving for at least a year. What’s the point? Okay, I realize…

NASCAR should say what it means and mean what it says

The first four race weekends of the 2017 NASCAR season have proven that you don’t have to be at a short track for tempers to flair, unless you count the…

NASCAR Cup: not crazy about move from New Hampshire to Las Vegas but understand it

Las Vegas Motor Speedway, in conjuction with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, announced Wednesday that LVMs would get a second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series date, beginning in…

Three drivers who probably won’t be among NASCAR Hall of Fame’s next group of nominees

**EDITOR’S NOTE: Fortunately, an incorrect prediction was made, and since the writing of this blog post, Davey Allison and Alan Kulwicki have been nominated for the NASCAR Hall of Fame.…

Putting off Atlanta Motor Speedway repave would just delay inevitable

Atlanta Motor Speedway was set to begin a repaving project after Sunday’s Fold’s of Honor QuikTrip 500 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series wake, but during the race weekend at the track, several…

Some NASCAR fans just need to chill

I realize that NASCAR could never possibly please anybody. After all, not all fans want to see that same things. And, quite frankly, some people live to complain; no matter…

NASCAR Cup: Charlotte Motor Speedway road-course race great idea

Earlier this month, word got out about a test involving A.J. Allmendinger on the infield road course at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway and NASCAR’s consideration of running either the All-Star…

NASCAR changes full of irony

When NASCAR powers that be announced its new points system on Monday evening, aside from trying to absorb the changes and understand them — and granted, it was confusing at first,…

Clint Bowyer, Daniel Suarez’s Clash status should be same

Both Daniel Suarez and Clint Bowyer are replacing “retired” drivers in 2017, with Bowyer inheriting the No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford from team co-owner Tony Stewart and Suarez climbing into…