I’m So Over This Hatred Filled Year

What I’m going to say is genuinely how I feel about this disturbing moment NASCAR are dealing with right now because this is no doubt the last thing the sport needs on what’s already been a hatred filled 2020. It left me wanting to punch something or lash out, but like I normally do. I […]

The Darkest Month of May

“I just don’t know what to say except it’s just super tragic. It’s terrible. It’s horrible.” – Rusty Wallace (July 7, 2000) A simple quote that was regarding the tragic death of Kenny Irwin, Jr. just resonated with me tonight. Therefore, just this one time I need to break out of my silence and reach […]

Fighting for Acceptance: What Being 23 Taught Me

Age 23 has a moniker, “nobody likes you when you’re 23.” Finding acceptance is like jumping through a fire, not knowing the implications it’ll produce. Nobody likes you when you’re 23. Not “Year Jordan,” but that phrase has a stigma. I don’t get why this came to be, nor would I care to know because […]

List of Promises: Life after Graduating from Idaho – One Year Later

A year removed from both the greatest and worst moment that’s ever happened in my life, I seek to bounce back from a year of misery and lost concentration with 14 goals I want to accomplish by next December 10th. Saturday, December 10, 2016. A snowy and celebrated day in Moscow, Idaho not only marked […]

Racing Sour Grapes: My final thoughts on the 2017 NASCAR season

The 2017 NASCAR campaign will go down as one of its better seasons this decade, but also among the worst due to the state of the sport. 10 days removed from the championship-deciding Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway where more icons of yesteryear (Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and Matt Kenseth) have hung up their helmets […]

Battle of the Former Xfinity Series Champions: 2017 Ford EcoBoost 400 Preview

Sunday’s finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway is shaping to be the true end of an era with emotions running wild as not only a couple of drivers bid farewell, its strongest Championship 4 contenders will settle it out for 267 laps and it could go either way. The past two editions of the Ford EcoBoost 400 […]

Being Successful at 45 Is A Novelty: What Matt Kenseth’s 2018 plans mean for the future of NASCAR

The days of being competitive at over 45 years old is gone as 2003 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Matt Kenseth will step away from the sport after the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead Nov. 19. When the checkered flag drops in the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway Nov. 19, a champion will […]

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. […]

Damage Control in Motorsports TV: ESPN replaces NBC as Formula 1’s flagship network in the United States next year

If history proves anything, Formula 1 on ESPN will be anything but glamorous and will take a backseat to the network’s agenda that has driven its viewers away. ESPN has been a political agenda for the last several years and it has negatively impacted how sports coverage is done on a network. If it’s not […]

Future of America: Why Josef Newgarden is the guy who will represent IndyCar long-term

Josef Newgarden validated his case as the future of American open wheel racing after winning his first IndyCar Series championship at Sonoma Raceway Sunday. Open wheel racing has had its share of American heroes ruling the sport. From the likes of Ted Horn and Wilbur Shaw to Mario Andretti and A.J. Foyt whom flourished the […]