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Hendrick Motorsports appeal: don’t hate the player; hate the game

Jimmie Johnson, already the winningest driver in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competition at Dover (Del.) International Speedway, added to his tally Sunday, claiming a 10th-career Dover win with his victory…

Martin Truex Jr. and Furniture Row Racing: the perfect marriage?

Some matches just seem to be made in heaven, and such seems to be the case for the pairing of driver Martin Truex Jr. and crew chief Cole Pearn over…

David Letterman: It all started at Indy

On Wednesday Indianapolis native David Letterman said goodbye to fans as he retired from his post as longtime host of the Late Show on CBS. You may be wondering why…

NASCAR Hall of Fame picks

Today’s NASCAR Hall of Fame selection day, so to speak, as the voting committee selects the five individuals to be inducted into the Hall in early 2016. The nominees up…

Is Kyle Busch waiver good idea?

Kyle Busch was the NASCAR news of the day on Tuesday with his #RowdyReturns announcement via Twitter, complete with video. He’ll make his return to his seat in the No.…

NASCAR sponsorship gets animated

Rarely does a race title sponsor get much attention. Sure, it gets mentions during race week when referring to the upcoming race, but even then, a lot of times, upcoming…

Richard Childress Racing tire-gate farce finally over?

The Richard Childress Racing tire tampering soap opera seems to be over, at least as far as fighting it out in auto racing court. Richard Childress, owner of the No.…

To fans disgruntled after Talladega: let it go

This morning, on The Morning Drive show on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, the “Wide Open Wednesday” portion of the show took on a a “Let It Go” theme. As a result,…

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.…