List of Promises (Bi-Monthly Update): Striving to Get the Brand Rolling During Tough Winter Wars

Lot of emotions kicked into high gear during the final stages of winter, leading to conflicts and new levels of confidence of getting my brand launched, hoping it’ll lead to greater things in my road of “Getting Over” and live the dream on a regular basis. Man! I’m going to be honest with you guys, […]

One Last Dale Call: The Earnhardt legacy at Talladega

October 15 will mark the end of arguably the best family-racetrack combos in NASCAR history as Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is set to make his final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series start at Talladega Superspeedway. Sunday will be the end of an illustrious chapter for Talladega Superspeedway as fan favorite and six-time winner Dale Earnhardt, Jr. […]

Both Sides of the Junior Spectrum: Stenhouse wins at Daytona, Earnhardt collected in crash in final start

Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. overcame other driver’s mistakes and heartbreaks to become the fifth repeat winner of 2017 after a late overtime pass. Dale Jr. finishes 32nd after a crash on lap 107 in his final Daytona start. The once success story known as Chevrolet at the restrictor plate tracks has become a distant memory as […]

Daytona’s Storybook Ending: Dale Jr. to make final Daytona start as full-time driver Saturday

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. must stay out of trouble in Saturday’s Coke Zero 400 at Daytona to keep playoff hopes alive as he’s winless after 16 races and currently 22nd points. Earnhardt and Daytona. Both go together like bread and butter but it has also been a love-hate relationship. The Earnhardt family has seen the highest […]

Anticlimactic Rage: Late Race Cautions in NASCAR and IndyCar

Late race cautions where the race can’t resume has caused criticism by racing fans A race without a green flag finish isn’t what the fans desire. Those are the rules in many racing sanctioning bodies across the globe. For over a decade, late race cautions are among the complaints I’ve seen over the years watching […]