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 […]

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. […]

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 […]

Motorsports Sunday: September 17, 2017

Opening round of the NASCAR playoffs featured similar results, drama at Singapore changed the championship battle and car owner Roger Penske ends season with a 1-2-3 finish and his 15th championship in IndyCar. Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Tales of the Turtles 400 JOLIET, ILLINOIS – Playoffs kicked high in gear at Chicagoland Speedway Sunday, […]

Busch Tuesday: Kurt and Kyle steal headlines but for different reasons

Kurt Busch’s 2018 season is unknown after major rumor and Kyle lashes out NASCAR’s new regulations for the lower series, risking his team’s future. The Busch brothers has had their days being on top with wins and championships but also had their rock bottom moments. Tuesday’s news regarding both were different. One regarding silly season […]

Talent vs. Money: Blaney signs with Penske and Menard moves to the Wood Brothers in 2018

Paul Menard leaving Richard Childress Racing and moving to Wood Brothers Racing while Ryan Blaney joins Team Penske next season leaves high expectations for both drivers, notably Menard. The past couple of weeks has seen silly season kicking into high gear NASCAR hasn’t seen in quite some time where top drivers are being replaced and […]

Penske Sweep: Joey Logano leads the parade with a win in 300th start

NASCAR’s most consistent driver came from worst to first at Richmond, joining an elite group of drivers who won in their 300th Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series start. Starting from the back of the field adds tension to a driver’s day, often failing their goal of winning a race. Team Penske driver Joey Logano not […]