Over the years it became apparent that there simply weren’t many acceptable alternatives on the barrier market for use in racing.
Concussion awareness in racing is on the rise, particularly after notable drivers experienced wall-slamming head injuries.
Wait, is the ARCA race over yet?
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 I continue to reflect this week on the impending retirement of Dale Earnhardt Jr. from the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, I found several ‘Junior Moments’ that stick out in my mind and will leave a lasting impression.
If you’re a fan of Dale Earnhardt Jr., it’s inevitable at some point that you had a pit in your stomach when you played out all the theories and potential scenarios in your mind about how, if and when retirement would happen.
As many of you know, or don’t know, I’ve been involved in racing media for over 10 years now.
Churchill Downs, Fenway Park, Wrigley Field, The Rose Bowl, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Soldier Field and Martinsville Speedway are all among the most historic sports arenas in existence in the United States.
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.