Dale Jr. Will Race Nashville Every Year if NASCAR Comes Back

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is so dedicated to the idea of NASCAR returning to Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway that he has already devoted the biggest asset the industry has for its hypothetical return. Himself. Since retiring from full-time Cup Series competition in 2017, Earnhardt has raced once a year in the NASCAR

NASCAR Generations

Since the debut of the Strictly Stock division in 1948, the cars turning laps at the highest level have undergone numerous changes since first taking to the beach at Daytona. Moving away from showroom models to a specifically constructed high-tech platform, two things have remained consistent: Win on Sunday and

NASCAR, Drivers to Discuss Superspeedway Rule Changes

Following a blowover crash at Talladega Superspeedway last month, Joey Logano lobbied NASCAR to address superspeedway regulations in advance of the final two races at Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway this season. NASCAR is listening. Logano said the sanctioning body couldn’t afford even two races of complacency with the

NASCAR Says Next Gen Car Will Be Harder to Drive

For all the novelty and talk of manufacturer relevance, NASCAR’s next-generation race car will ultimately be judged based on the quality of racing it produces. To that end, Steve O’Donnell issued a lofty and optimistic claim while introducing the machine on Wednesday in Charlotte, North Carolina. “I think first and

NASCAR Details Decision to Delay Caution for Errant Tire

The decision from NASCAR race control to delay calling a caution for an errant tire in the infield near the end of the Buschy McBusch Race 400 at Kansas Speedway came down to balancing safety and permitting the race to play out naturally. That was the explanation from Elton Sawyer,

Appreciating the Excellence of Brad Keselowski

Brad Keselowski has often said we are not judged by what we’ve accomplished once, but which accomplishments we are able to claim multiple times. It’s why the 2012 NASCAR Cup Series champion has conceded that he will not entertain his own Hall of Fame credentials until he wins another championship

NASCAR’s Most Elusive Retiree Is Busy Sailing the Ocean

The most elusive ex-driver in modern NASCAR history, Carl Edwards hasn’t made time for the public spotlight in recent years because he was busy sailing across the ocean. “We did two trips and it was a motorboat,” Edwards said during a weekend appearance on FOX Sports’ NASCAR Race Hub. “First,

Bumpy, Abrasive Bristol Dirt Track May Necessitate NASCAR Rules Change

After final practice for the first NASCAR Cup Series race on dirt in 51 years, a group of Joe Gibbs Racing drivers huddled together in Turn 4 for an informal debrief. Following two Truck Series and Cup practice sessions that spanned four hours, right side tires began to blister and

How Bristol Built a Better Dirt Track

Steve Swift is in the innovation business. It’s reflected in his title, but also in his resume while serving as senior vice president of operations and development at Speedway Motorsports, Inc. Prior to logging over 35,000 miles to visit various dirt tracks across the country in advance of his latest

NASCAR’s New Normal Lasted Just a Month

For much of this past year, we have collectively tossed around the phrase The New Normal as it pertains to life after the coronavirus pandemic. Eventually, The New Normal just became something akin to life as we started to always know it. For the first month of the NASCAR Cup