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Hometown Hero Waltrip Hopes For Kentucky Breakthrough

Hometown Hero Waltrip Hopes For Kentucky Breakthrough

Thought omnipresent at a race track – in either a television studio or walking pit road – Owensboro, Kentucky native Michael Waltrip doesn’t get behind the wheel of a race…

10 To Go: Lots To Decide, Little Time Left

10 To Go: Lots To Decide, Little Time Left

Ten races at 10 different tracks, all to determine the 16 drivers who will battle for one prize – the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship. That’s a lot of numbers.…

Why can’t Sprint Cup Series race in rain on road courses?

The NASCAR Nationwide Series ran about half of last Saturday’s race at Road America in Elkhart Lame, Wis., on rain tires. And it wasn’t the first time the series had…

Joe Gibbs Racing stages its own silly season

NASCAR silly season for 2015 is kind of, sort of underway. Why do I say, “kind of, sort of?” Because movement hasn’t actually been announced, at least not officially. The…

NASCAR Statistical Advance: Analyzing the Quaker State 400

NASCAR Statistical Advance: Analyzing the Quaker State 400

Below is a look at some of the top statistical performers at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky going into the Quaker State 400 on June 28.   KENTUCKY-SPECIFIC STATISTICS Kurt…

Interview With Sonoma Race Winner – Carl Edwards, Jimmy Fennig and Jack Roush

Interview With Sonoma Race Winner – Carl Edwards, Jimmy Fennig and Jack Roush

KRISTI KING:  We will go ahead and get started with our post-race press conference with our winners here.  We welcome our winning owner Jack Roush, who owns the No. 99 AFLAC…