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Veterans possibly to blame for NASCAR’s focus on young drivers

Kyle Busch isn’t a fan of NASCAR basing its marketing on primarily its young up-and-comers, and the 2015 Monster Energy NASCAR (then-Sprint) Cup champion didn’t mince words on the subject…

NASCAR Hall of Fame exhibit idea: Ron Hornaday’s couch

I have an off-the-wall idea for a new exhibit at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Uptown Charlotte, or at least an idea about an item that should be on…

Does ThorSport Racing’s departure signal the gradual departure of Toyota from Truck Series?

Was the announcement of ThorSport Racing and Toyota parting ways on Tuesday a sign of a Toyota gradual exit from the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series? The writing on the…

I give up on trying to follow where NASCAR charters go

When NASCAR handed out those 36 coveted charters prior to the start of the 2016 Sprint (now-Monster Energy NASCAR) Cup Series season, there was an uproar that Wood Brothers Racing,…

Some critics of drivers in other series show hypocrisy

Reigning NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion and 2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series driver, Christopher Bell, won his second-straight Chili Bowl Midget Nationals Saturday night in Tulsa, Okla., and he wasn’t…

Possible NASCAR spending cap should be all-encompassing

A recent article from SB Nation touched on the topic team budget caps in NASCAR. It’s an idea that’s been discussed and debated by portions of the fan base and…

NASCAR Cup: All-time greatest driver impossible to reasonably determine

Over the Christmas and New Year holidays, NASCAR on FOX conducted a fan vote-type tournament to determine NASCAR’s all-time greatest driver, at least in the eyes of fans. In case…

Christmas gift-giving ideas for NASCAR fans

Time is running out to get that perfect Christmas gift for the fellow-NASCAR fan in your life, but it’s not too late, not yet, anyway. There’s still a small window…

Anxiously waiting to see new pit-stop choreography

One of the major changes coming to NASCAR for 2018 is pared down pit crews, as teams will be required to go from six guys or gals over the wall…

What does Stewart-Ward case judge’s decision mean for racing in general?

On Tuesday, a U.S. district judge in the state of New York issued his opinion/decision relating to the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Kevin Ward Jr. against…