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Appears NASCAR agreed with Tony Stewart but fined him anyway

With the lug nut controversy coming to a head over the last week, NASCAR seems to be in some kind of PR nightmare, so to speak, even though the sanctioning…

Tony Stewart fine raises confusion

After criticisms over secret fines issued to NASCAR drivers for statements made critical of the sanctioning body, decisions made by NASCAR higher-ups and certain components on the race car, NASCAR,…

NASCAR needs to step in on lug nut issue

When NASCAR rolled out its new PRO (pit road officiating) system in its three national touring series at the start of the 2015 race season, one of the casualties was…

Some NASCAR fans in garage/pits in desperate need of etiquette lesson

There was all kinds of news coming out of the Bristol (Ten.) Motor Speedway race weekend that culminated in Sunday’s running of the Food City 500 race weekend — Carl…

Dale Earnhardt Jr. ‘breaks the Internet’ with sandwich choice

I admit, that although I have a couple of Twitter accounts for work purposes that I use to promote links to my articles, blogs, etc., for the various racing news…

NASCAR, ISC not one and the same

Are NASCAR fans receiving mixed signals when it comes to NASCAR penalties and race marketing? In case you haven’t seen the latest commercial for the upcoming NASCAR Sprint Cup Series…

Are cries for Sprint Cup ban in Xfinity really a desire for a Busch ban?

The debate of whether or not NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers should be kept out of Xfinity Series competition has heated up again as Kyle Busch goes about his usual…

Green nothing to fear in racing

Despite today being St. Patrick’s Day, I honestly had not considered devoting this blog spot today to some kind of St. Paddy’s Day theme, until I started listening to SiriusXM…

Technology ties NASCAR’s hands when it comes to crew chief suspensions

It may seem like I’m beating that proverbial dead horse, here, as today’s blog post is going to be my second-straight that at least touches on the contact between race…

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…