The world of racing media has changed in the last 10 years.
I’ve been married four happy years as of this upcoming February, and one of the things my wife got with me was my love for auto racing, as well as an ultimatum.
The 2018 NASCAR season is barely a month and a half away, and make no mistake, there is excitement in the air!
It’s the stuff that dreams are made of when a race car driver sees an ad put out for an open seat with a top tier team in the genre’s biggest event of the year.
As many of you know, or don’t know, I’ve been involved in racing media for over 10 years now.
Gordon, Johnson, Harvick and Busch are all names that even the casual NASCAR fan recognizes, but there’s one name that stands out above them all: Earnhardt.
The racing in last weekend’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Fred’s 250 at Talladega Superspeedway was, quite simply, exactly what you would expect from a NASCAR race at the 2.66-mile behemoth of a track.
Stickum: a sticky, adhesive-like substance that worked wonders for legendary Oakland Raiders cornerback Lester Hayes, allowing him to hook to the football like Velcro when attempting an interception.
Earlier this week, I was drinking coffee and checking out social media, and I almost choked when I came across an quote made by Denny Hamlin to ESPN.
A scathing statement was recently released by Smithfield Foods CEO Kenneth M. Sullivan, aimed directly at Richard Petty Motorsports, in the latest round of mud-slinging between Smithfield and the team.
One of the most-talked about, and yet least-understood words in NASCAR as of late is “encumbered”.
NASCAR fans amuse me at times, griping about how Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers shouldn’t be permitted to drive in the NASCAR XFINITY Series or in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
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