The most anticipated day in NASCAR has arrived. The 58th Annual Daytona 500 will go green on Sunday as 40 competitors chase a career defining victory. It’s 200 grueling laps with the promise of a single, monumental moment for one team.
Every year, the “Great American Race” is special. However, the magnitude of the event seems to grow exponentially with each passing season. And 2016 may be the most compelling running yet. Continue reading “Compelling Atmosphere Highlights Prestige of Daytona 500”
Ahead of Sunday’s Daytona 500, check out this preview highlighting vital stats, information, programming, and more.
The Chase is on.
Following the Challenger Round, the excitement that made last year’s edition of the playoffs a spectacle has already emerged in the opening three races.
From the title favorite facing adversity, to some of the biggest names in the sport flirting with elimination – it was a wild start to the most thrilling portion of the schedule. Continue reading “The Road to Miami: Every Point Matters”
By Jason Schultz / @NASCARJason – The opening round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup has not disappointed.
It has produced drama fans only saw in the second half of the final ten races last fall. This attests to the intensity associated with the new system.
In each elimination race last season, the drama mounted as drivers fought to keep their title hopes alive. This created thrilling racing every time the field was cut. Continue reading “Electrifying Eliminations Ahead in Dover”
It was a big week for Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Junior Nation.
Following his first Talladega Superspeedway victory in over a decade, there was plenty of celebrating by the team and fan base. In addition, the 2014 DAYTONA 500 winner opened a new Whisky River location at Charlotte-Douglas Airport – accomplishing impressive feats in both his racing and business life. Continue reading “Taking Chances: Earnhardt Jr.’s Talladega Victory Influences Late Race Call in Kansas”
A new season always brings new paint schemes. Many different looks made their debut at Daytona International Speedway last week, and will be back in action this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
The Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 will be a long, grueling race with plenty of different drivers taking their turns at the front of the field. This will allow for plenty of TV time for the cars, and some examination of the new looks. Another crop of neat schemes took to the track on Saturday for the NASCAR XFINITY Series race, and join the Sprint Cup cars on this week’s list.
The first edition of the “Paint Scheme Report” in 2015 includes some of the sport’s biggest stars. See whether or not your favorite driver made this list, and agree or disagree with the rankings. Continue reading “Paint Scheme Report: Atlanta Motor Speedway”
After two weeks of voting, over 16,000 votes, and the most popular tournament to date – the 2014 Fan Favorite Driver has been decided. With 10,159 votes in the final poll, Kasey Kahne has won the tournament over Dale Earnhardt Jr. with 3,474 votes.
Kahne becomes the fourth different tournament winner in its four years of existence. He joins 2011 winner Tony Stewart, 2012 winner Kyle Busch, and 2013 winner Joey Logano. He is the first Hendrick Motorsports driver to take the title of the “Fan Favorite Driver.” Continue reading “2014 Fan Favorite Driver Contest Results”