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Substitute role perfect opportunity for Erik Jones

I have to admit, when I first heard of Joe Gibbs Racing’s call to put 18-year-old Erik Jones behind the wheel of its No. 18 Toyota NASCAR Sprint Cup Series…

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series fill-in game continues

Just when this whole 2015 driver substitute situation in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series couldn’t get any more convoluted, Michael Waltrip threw yet another monkey wrench into the whole situation.…

Remembering Steve Byrnes

NASCAR lost one of the great ones on Tuesday with the passing of Steve Byrnes at the age of 56 after a long battle with head and neck cancer. Byrnes…

Jimmie Johnson overlooked for ESPN.com top-20 list?

Recently, an ESPN.com countdown, of sorts, was brought to my attention. On April 1, the site celebrated its 20th anniversary with a selection of the top-20 athletes of the last…

NASCAR community rallies behind Steve Byrnes with #SteveSelfie

Since beloved and longtime NASCAR broadcaster Steve Byrnes announced his battle with head and neck cancer, the NASCAR has rallied around him. One of the latest gestures of support comes…

End of streak not signaling end to Kevin Harvick’s dominant run

Prior to the March 29 NASCAR race weekend at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway that culminated in the running of the STP 500 Sprint Cup Series race, perhaps, the biggest question swirling…

NASCAR: when exactly does creative engineering become cheating?

If you’re a race fan, specifically, a NASCAR fan, unless you’ve been living under a rock or something the last few days, you’ve probably heard about the penalties handed down…

NASCAR driver substitutions enough to make head spin

The 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season kicked off in February at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway. Is that also when “silly season” started? I guess not really, but it sure…

Furniture Row Racing celebrating 10th year in top-10

Furniture Row Racing is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2015, and FRR driver Martin Truex Jr. looks to be helping the team celebrate in the best way possible — a…

Tradition began with Alan Kulwicki at Phoenix

A look back at races past at a given track is probably better suited for some kind of “Throwback Thursday” post, but Thursday has passed and I’m going to look…