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Preferred NASCAR race lengths probably matter of perspective

Do NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races need to be shorter, or are race lengths fine the way they are? And are race lengths to blame for a steady decline in…

Toilet paper and yellow lights: just a full moon in Bristol

After Sunday’s afternoon-turned-night Food City 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Bristol (Ten.) Motor Speedway, I kind of wondered if maybe there was a full moon. The race was…

Joey Logano performing like Sprint Cup ‘sliced bread’

Is Joey Logano finally living up to that moniker of “Sliced Bread” that was put on him several years ago? It looks like that may be the case. He never…

NASCAR qualifying could be safer

* NOTE: Since this blog was posted, NASCAR has tweaked its rules regarding engine-cooling. Beginning with this weekend’s races at Bristol (Ten.) Motor Speedway, teams will each be allowed one…

Happy belated birthday, Janet Guthrie

Happy belated birthday, Janet Guthrie. Racing pioneer Guthrie turned 76 on Friday, March 7. Okay, so I’m a day late. Better late than never, though, right? Anyway, it could be…

How should NASCAR go about limiting Cup drivers in Nationwide?

Since the 2014 NASCAR season kicked off at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway back in late February, there’s been talk of NASCAR considering ways of limited the number of Sprint Cup…

Does new Chase lend itself to Indy/Charlotte double?

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kurt Busch is bringing the Indy/Charlotte double back, as in he’s officially confirmed that he’ll be racing in both the Indianapolis 500 IndyCar Series premier…

NASCAR’s new qualifying: pass or fail?

This past weekend, NASCAR fans got their first taste of the new Formula 1-style “knockout” qualifying. Technically, the Nationwide Series qualified under the new format the previous weekend at Daytona…

Ben Kennedy’s family tree: help or hinderance?

  To say the Dillon brothers, Austin and Ty, who just happen to be the grandsons of NASCAR team owner Richard Childress, receive a lot of flak for their lineage…

Would Petty vs. Patrick prove anything

I thought the whole Danica Patrick/Richard Petty controversy that started up when Petty made a comment at a motorsport show in Canada, saying that the only way Patrick would win…