Stewart Wins In Return To Sprint Cars

NASCAR: Quicken Loans 400-Qualifying

Tony doing what he loves. Tony Stewart made his return to sprint car racing Friday night, winning the Engine Pro Sprints on Dirt presented by ARP event held at Tri-City Motor Speedway. It was Stewart’s first sprint-car race since breaking his right leg in a crash […]

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Jeff Gordon looking for 5th win at Brickyard


Jeff Gordon’s career is touching a lot of milestones this season. Here’s one more. Next week’s return to the Crown Royal 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway marks the 20th anniversary of Gordon’s win in that iconic facility’s inaugural NASCAR event. In recent years, NASCAR’s annual visit […]

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Jones Set for Nationwide Debut


Erik Jones will make his first career NASCAR Nationwide Series start in Saturday night’s 300 at Chicagoland Speedway. Jones won his second career Camping World Truck Series race last Friday night at Iowa Speedway. The 18-year-old led a race-high 131 laps to score victory number […]

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Why Tires on Sprint Cup Cars Keep Failing


What do you think is making the tires fail? If there was a secondary and even more important story to come out of last weekend’s Sprint Cup race in New Hampshire—besides the sweep of the weekend by Brad Keselowski—it was the early retirement, for the second […]

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Schrader Enters LOR Silver Crown Race

NASCAR Media Day

Ken Schrader, the 1982 USAC Silver Crown Series champion, will return to the USAC Silver Crown Series on July 24 during the J.D. Byrider Rich Vogler Classic at Lucas Oil Raceway. Schrader will be driving a second Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing entry as a teammate to to […]

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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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