Evolution of the NASCAR pit stop: how far it’s come

Carl Edwards

The art of performing a pit stop in NASCAR racing has grown from a rudimentary exercise with little emphasis in the sport’s infancy to the current-day orchestration with blazing speed, replete with all the pressures of big-time motorsports. How far has technology progressed when it comes […]

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NASCAR To Test 2015 Rule Proposals

michigan international speedway

NASCAR has scheduled a test next month at Michigan International Speedway to test possible rule changes for the 2015 season. The test is scheduled to be held Aug. 18, the day after the Sprint Cup race there. “We’re very pleased with the competition on the track […]

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NASCAR tracks rev up lobbying for tax break


Racetrack owners are revving up their efforts to protect the “NASCAR tax break” from critics who portray it as pure corporate pork. The provision, which allows motor sports tracks to use a shorter depreciation schedule, is among the more than 50 tax preferences that expired at […]

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Jeff Gordon says NASCAR should rethink minimum speeds


Do you agree with Jeff? Jeff Gordon isn’t concerned about Hendrick Motorsports’ mediocre showing Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, but he does have a concern about other competitors’ lack of speed. In the wake of Joey Logano being wrecked by the lapped car of Morgan […]

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