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How Are Points Awarded in NASCAR Racing?
The NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series stars race every week towards the year-end championship. But how do they determine who the Champion is at the end of the year? The NASCAR points system was changed for the 2011 season to make it completely straightforward. Here is the full rundown as to how NASCAR points are calculated after a race.
How to Become a NASCAR Driver
Want to be a NASCAR Sprint Cup driver or get your child started down the path? This is how you get started in a career as a NASCAR driver.
How NASCAR's Playoff System Works
NASCAR reworked the Chase for the Sprint Cup prior to the 2014 season, giving it an elimination format that is unlike anything in the sport's history.
How to Listen to NASCAR Races Online
Where to listen to the NASCAR race radio broadcast online.
10 Fastest Modern NASCAR Race Tracks
The top ten fastest race tracks on the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule.
Can You Name the 10 Longest NASCAR Sprint Cup...
NASCAR Sprint Cup race tracks come in all shapes and sizes. Here are the top ten longest race tracks on the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit.
Who Are the Top 5 NASCAR Drivers of All Time?
NASCAR has a long history of fantastic finishes, powerful machines and historic events. Most of all, though, NASCAR history has been defined by the drivers. Of the hundreds of men and women who have driven these machines only a small percentage have ever won a race and even fewer have ever managed to win a Championship. From that elite list who are truly the best NASCAR drivers of all time? Here are my picks for the top five drivers in the history of NASCAR.
Understanding the Chase For the NASCAR Sprint Cup
Since 2004 the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship has been decided by a kind of playoff system called The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Sometimes this is called simply the Chase for the Cup. What is The Chase? Why does it exist? Who is eligible for it? Here is a primer on The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
How Does One Go About Contacting NASCAR?
How to contact NASCAR? Here are their mailing address, phone number and email addresses as well as the NASCAR JobLine which lists their current open job opportunities.
How Many African-Americans Have Made it in...
NASCAR has long struggled with its efforts to foster diversity and encourage young minorities to embrace the sport. NASCAR is over 50 years old and in that time only three African-Americans have made it to NASCAR's top series. Here is a look back at African-Americans in NASCAR.
Tony Stewarts Temper Will Lead Him Out Of NASCAR
Tony Stewart simply does not have what it takes to thrive in today's NASCAR Winston Cup series.
How Far Are Do They Go in a NASCAR Race?
Which is longer, the Sharpie 500 at Bristol or the Aarons 499 at Talladega? How does NASCAR know how many laps to race each weekend? Is it laps, miles or something else? These are popular questions that even seasoned NASCAR fans have. Let me take a minute to explain.
Why do Some NASCAR Drivers Earn More Than Others?
Did you ever notice in the official NASCAR results that sometimes a lower finishing driver will earn more than the guys right in front of him? NASCAR has a method to determining how much each team earns, but it's not all based on your finishing position. Learn how the money is distributed after a NASCAR race.
7 Things Everyone Should Know About NASCAR Racing
What is NASCAR? Why is it different from other racing series and just what is the point of all this?
Do Talladega and Daytona Still Belong in NASCAR?
As NASCAR continues to grow, and continues to prove that they can not find an adequate solution to the drivers' concerns, it becomes more and more apparent that both Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway have outlived their usefulness to NASCAR.
NASCAR Acronym
This North American auto racing series was started in the American southeast by Bill France Sr. NASCAR sanctions racing leagues throughout North America.
NASCAR Qualifying - Guaranteed Starters and...
NASCAR qualifying includes spots based on points instead of speed. Page 2.
Meet NASCAR Legend Jimmie Johnson
Biography of Jimmie Johnson NASCAR Sprint Cup driver of the Lowes number 48 for Hendrick Motorsports and Jeff Gordon. Jimmie Johnson is the only driver to win four NASCAR Sprint Cup Championships in a row. Jimmie was the 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion.
10 Major NASCAR Sprint Cup Races
Every one of the 36 points races on the Sprint Cup schedule are worth the same number of points. However not all races are truly equal in the minds of the drivers, fans and media. Here are the biggest races on the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule.
Explaining the Green-White-Checkered Rule
How does NASCAR's overtime rules work? About.com has the answers.
Top 6 NASCAR Scanners
Having a scanner at a NASCAR race allows you to hear the drivers, spotters and crew talk to each other during the race. You can also listen in on the NASCAR officials or simply listen to the radio broadcast. With so many choices available, buying a scanner can be a daunting task. Here are the best choices among the current lineup of NASCAR scanners available today.
What You Should Know Before You Buy A NASCAR...
Before you spend the money on a NASCAR scanner and headset, make sure that you are buying a scanner that meets your NASCAR needs with this set of tips.
Talladega Superspeedway
Talladega Superspeedway features a full 500 miles of white-knuckle racing for the drivers as any small mistake can cause the massive wreck at 190mph known as The Big One.
An Open Letter To FOX From A Fan
Here's an entertaining look at one fan's frustration with NASCAR on FOX, including some xtree advice for Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds.
How to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship is the pinnacle of American motorsports. What does it really take to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup title? Here are the step-by-step instructions that the 2004 and 2005 NASCAR Champions Kurt Busch and Tony Stewart used on their way to the title.
What Each Flag Means in NASCAR Racing
There are eight different flags that the NASCAR officials use from the flag stand to control the race. Many are a common site during the course of a race but some are a bit obscure and require a little more explanation. This is the green flag.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Leaving DEI At End of 07
Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced this morning that he is leaving Dale Earnhardt Inc. at the end of the 2007 season. He did not announce his future plans but did say that he believes he should drive Chevrolets.
How NASCAR Qualifying Works
How NASCAR qualifying determines the starting lineup.
What is the Difference Between NASCAR Driver...
NASCAR maintains two separate point systems, one for the drivers and the other for car owners. While the point systems are similar the points are used in very different ways. Here are the similarities and differences between the driver points and the car owner points.
What is NASCAR Knockout Qualifying?
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Top 4 Hendrick Motorsports Sprint Cup Drivers...
Hendrick Motorsports has been the most dominant team in NASCAR Sprint Cup racing in recent years. Landing a Hendrick Motorsports ride means that you have arrived in NASCAR as the best of the best. Here is the 2010 Hendrick Motorsports lineup.
Kyle Busch Wins Dramatic 2013 Auto Club 400 at...
The leaders wrecked in the final turn allowing Kyle Busch to win the 2013 Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway.
How to Protect Your Hearing at a NASCAR Race
Everyone knows that race cars are loud yet too many NASCAR fans are not taking good care of their hearing. Here are some solutions to protect your ears.
How Many Times has a Driver Won the NASCAR...
The best way to win a tight points battle is to win the final race of the year. How many times has the Sprint Cup Champion also won the final race of the year? Just how difficult is it to win the race with the weight of a title on your back? You might be surprised. Here is every time in the history of NASCAR that the Champion won the very last race of the season.
Does NASCAR race internationally?
A description and schedule of NASCAR's three international touring divisions.
Why Qualifying for the Daytona 500 is Such a...
Daytona 500 qualifying is completely different than any other race on the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule. The drivers compete in standard time trials, but then also hold two races to set the starting lineup. Here is an explanation of how qualifying for the Daytona 500 works.
Bristol Seating Review
For those that have never been to Bristol Motor Speedway for NASCAR, try to imagine a football stadium that seats over 150,000 people, and instead of football on the field, they are running a 43 car, high-speed, bumper-to-bumper race at speeds exceeding 120 mph. Taking a few minutes to read this Bristol seating review will help you find the perfect seats for the race and maximize your NASCAR experience at Bristol Motor Speedway.
What Is a NASCAR Sprint Cup Race Car?
What is a NASCAR Sprint Cup race car? Here are the facts, figures, stats and rules that define what a NASCAR Sprint Cup race car is.
2 NASCAR Sprint Cup Road Courses
The NASCAR Sprint Cup stars are known mostly for their uncanny ability to turn left. However twice each year NASCAR tests the drivers road racing skills at two of the finest road courses in the country. Here are the NASCAR Sprint Cup road course race tracks.
Jeff Gordon Rules The Road Races
Jeff Gordon wins in Sears Point in 2000 to extend his road racing domination.
Racing Electronics RE3000 Scanner Review
Overall the Racing Electronics RE3000 is a great scanner for NASCAR fans. The size and weight are excellent for a long day at the track. It's got plenty of channels for a full weekend of racing and plenty of very racefan-friendly features.
Oldest NASCAR Sprint Cup Race Tracks
NASCAR has a rich history of racing dating back to 1949 at a variety of race tracks across the country. Many race tracks from the past disappeared on their own as victims of financial hard times or urban development. Other tracks were simply bumped from the schedule in order to free up a date for a newer track. Here are the oldest NASCAR Sprint Cup race tracks on the schedule.
Is NASCAR Just Professional Wrestling On Wheels?
Recently on Tony Stewart's SIRIUS satellite radio show he compared NASCAR to the WWE. He claimed that NASCAR throws unnecessary caution flags in order to artificially influence the outcome of the races. Is NASCAR a sport or is it simply entertainment masked as a sport?
An Alternate NASCAR Points System
NASCAR is in the business of putting on a show and what makes a good show in racing is passing. How do you make the drivers pass? You make the drivers want to pass by enticing them with bonus points. Here is a suggestion for a new points system from a reader.
NASCAR Mobile '13 iPhone App
Review of the NASCAR Mobile '13 iPhone App.
Talladega Nights - The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby
This weekend Talladega Nights - The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby hit the big screen in the summer of 2006 and is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray. This movie stars Will Ferrell as NASCAR driver Ricky Bobby. Let me clarify right up front, while this movie is set in the world of NASCAR, this is not a NASCAR movie.
See the Full 2014 NASCAR Camping World Truck...
The Camping World Truck Series features several variations from the Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series, including the only dirt track event in NASCAR.
A Fix For Fox
Fox has spent a lot of money for the rights to televise the race. I sure wish that they would. The current state of their coverage leaves long-time fans frustrated. Here is one easy fix that would help a lot.
What is the Lucky Dog Rule in NASCAR?
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NASCAR Glossary
NASCAR related terms and phrases defined in this glossary such as push, loose, NASCAR, dnf, dnq, black flag, bump draft, provisional and more..
Michigan International Speedway
Michigan International Speedway is a great place to watch NASCAR. The wide corners often feature three distinct grooves which allows for some exciting racing.
Cheaters Never Win... Except In NASCAR
NASCAR is one of the few places in sport where it actually does pay to cheat sometimes. Recently in Las Vegas both winner Jimmie Johnson's and second place driver Kyle Busch's cars failed post race inspection. What should NASCAR have done?
Logitech Momo Force
Logitech has made an effort to produce the best steering wheel at a reasonable price. Does their Momo Force fill the bill? Here is a complete review.
NASCAR Scanners 101
What are those headsets that everybody is wearing at the NASCAR races? What can you really hear? Are they worth the money? Get all the information you need about scanners here.
Fan Vision Is 21st Century NASCAR Scanner
Full review of Fan Vision scanner / video feed for at the track NASCAR fan use.
Top 3 NASCAR Sprint Cup Short Tracks
NASCAR defines a short track as any track less than one mile in length. NASCAR fans know that short track racing is defined by bumping and banging, short tempers and fast action. Ask NASCAR fans to name their favorite race track and more than half will name a short track even though only 6 of the 36 races are held on the three remaining short tracks on the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule. Here they are in order by popularity and excitement.
2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series Schedule
The 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule features 33 events on a variety of challenging circuits that include short tracks, road courses and superspeedways.
2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Schedule
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule is composed of 36 races spanning 40 weeks and also includes two non-points exhibition events.
Top 10 Daytona 500 Moments
The Great American Race has had some moments in its history that have helped define the sport. Photo finishes, fights and huge underdog winners have highlighted the history of this classic race. Here are the top ten greatest moments in Daytona 500 history.
Daytona 500 Winners
Here are all Daytona 500 winners and their average speed in miles per hour.
Who is Miss Sprint Cup?
You see her in Victory Lane every week smiling for the camera but who is Miss Sprint Cup? How did she get that job? Is that all she does?
Farewell Winston, Welcome NEXTEL
RJ Reynolds and the Winston brand have done a lot for NASCAR since 1973 but NASCAR has reached the point though where being associated with Winston is holding it back. NEXTEL brings no such social baggage to the brand. Now that the tobacco restrictions no longer apply there is an entire crowd of young NASCAR fans that can be aggressively marketed to.
Top NASCAR Magazines
If you're looking for the best NASCAR news and information in print these NASCAR magazines are for you. Whether you are want great full color NASCAR photos or in-depth NASCAR news in a no nonsense format or to learn more about your NASCAR collectibles there is a NASCAR magazine here to suit your style.
Martinsville Speedway
Martinsville Speedway's flat paperclip shaped oval is a short track racers dream.
Who was Bill France Sr. and Why Did He Start...
Today NASCAR is one of the most popular sports in America. Where did the multi-billion dollar organization of today get its start? Who founded NASCAR? Where? Why? This article digs into the very early days of this great sport.
Current Women in NASCAR
In 2009 there are no women competing in the Sprint Cup or Nationwide Series. The Craftsman Truck Series has had a few female competitors in 2009 including Gabi Dicarlo, Michelle Theriault, Caitlin Shaw and Jennifer Jo Cobb. However none of these women have a full-time ride in the series. Page 2.
Logitech Momo Racing Force Feedback Wheel
Take everything good about the Logitech Momo Force and add better pedals, a stick shifter and a lower
Brad Keselowski
Biography of Brad Keselowski. NASCAR Sprint Cup driver of the Penske Racing #2 Miller Lite Dodge and 2010 NASCAR Nationwide Series Champion.
Most Dramatic Finishes in NASCAR History
About NASCAR details the five most thrilling finishes in Sprint Cup Series history.
Daytona International Speedway
Daytona International Speedway hosts two NASCAR Sprint Cup races each year, the Daytona 500 in February and the Pepsi 400 in July. These are two of the biggest, fastest and most nerve wracking events on the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule. The fast 2.5 mile tri-oval uses restrictor plates to keep the speeds managable but those plates create fertile ground for The Big One.
2015 NASCAR Comcast Xfinity Series Schedule
The 2015 NASCAR schedule for what is currently known as the Nationwide Series.
How to Buy NASCAR Tickets
It is never impossible to get tickets for any NASCAR race, even on short notice. All it takes is a little work and a little know-how. At every race there are tickets that go unused that you could have had. Just follow these steps and you can get tickets to any NASCAR race that you want to attend.
NASCAR Race Track Quiz
You see them every week, either in person or on TV. But how much do you really know about therace tracks on the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule? Take this quiz to test your race track knowledge.
Danica Patrick
Biography of former open wheel star and current NASCAR driver Danica Patrick.
Restrictor Plate Racing Is A Healthy Part Of...
The restrictor plates guarantee an exciting race, and a healthy sport.
Complete Chart of Steering Wheel Reviews
The complete list of wheels sorted by their review score. Who is the overall winner? Page 4.
Dale Jarrett
Biography of Dale Jarrett from Michael Waltrip Racing. Dale is the 1999 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Champion and 3-time Daytona 500 winner.
Top 8 Force Feedback Steering Wheels
The best Force Feedback steering wheels for your PC gaming. These force feedback steering wheel product reviews will help you get the most out of NASCAR Racing games.
What is the NASCAR Car Of Tomorrow?
The NASCAR Car Of Tomorrow will be introduced to NEXTEL Cup racing for 16 races in 2007. NASCAR will switch to the Car of Tomorrow for the entire 2008 schedule. What is the Car Of Tomorrow and why is NASCAR switching to it?
ProScan 100 Trackside Scanner with FM Radio
The ProScan 100 Trackside Scanner includes a 100 channel NASCAR scanner and an FM radio in one attractive package. Could this be the perfect scanner for you?
Actions Detrimental To Stock Car Racing -...
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NASCAR Sprint Cup Stats Wins By Number Of Wins
Table containing every NASCAR Sprint Cup driver to ever win a race, number of wins and number of championships, sorted by number of wins.
Tony Stewart
Biography of Tony Stewart NASCAR Sprint Cup driver, IRL Champion, 1999 Rookie of the Year, 2002, 2005 and 2011 Sprint Cup Champion.
Darrell Wallace Jr. NASCAR Biography
NASCAR driver biography for Darrell Wallace Jr.
Charlotte Motor Speedway
With a large majority of NASCAR teams based within 30 miles of Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina this is truly the heart of NASCAR country.
Bristol Motor Speedway
The worlds fastest half mile Bristol Motor Speedway packs in the NASCAR fans twice each year. The racing is fast and furious as often the only way to pass is to shove the guy in front out of the way.
You Can Help Define the 2013 Sprint Unlimited...
Fans can vote for the format of the 2013 Sprint Unlimited
NASCAR Nextel Cup Chase For The Championship -...
With only six races remaining before the ten race NEXTEL Cup playoff series begins the heat is on for drivers to get into the top ten and have a shot at the title. Who still has a shot at making the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Chase for the Championship and what are their odds?
Logitech G25 Racing Wheel
The Logitech G25 Racing Wheel is the finest force-feedback steering wheel available today. The G25 Racing Wheel features stainless steel, aluminum and leather components which highlight the overall quality of this wheel. The G25 costs a bit more than the other wheels available but if you take your sim racing seriously it is well worth it.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Loses NASCAR NEXTEL Cup...
NASCAR handed down the penalty today for Dale Earnhardt Jr's post-race use of one of George Carlin's seven words you can never say on television. NASCAR has fined Dale Jr. $10,000 and taken away 25 points.
2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Schedule
The weekly schedule for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for 2015.
Anger Management 101 - FAILED
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The difference between Bias Ply and Radial in...
NASCAR drivers will primarily race on two different tires during the course of their career -- the bias-ply and the radial.
Rusty Wallace
Biography of Rusty Wallace NASCAR NEXTEL Cup driver, 1989 NEXTEL Cup Champion.
Should NASCAR be Hosting Races Outside of the US?
In 2005 NASCAR held its first modern era points race outside of the United States when the Nationwide Series visited Mexico in early March. Given that there are areas of the United States that are desperate for a local NASCAR race, does it make sense for NASCAR to be taking its product out of the country?
What to do at my First NASCAR race
Need advice when attending your first NASCAR race? About.com has you covered with the handy tips and tricks.
SIRIUS NASCAR Radio
Starting in 2007 SIRIUS Satellite Radio has launched SIRIUS NASCAR Radio. This service includes live coverage of every NEXTEL Cup, Busch and Craftsman Truck series event along with live scanner feeds. When they are not at the track SIRIUS NASCAR Radio brings round the clock news, interviews and expert opinion on all things NASCAR. SIRIUS NASCAR Radio is all the NASCAR information that any fan could want.
Review: FanVision NASCAR
Matt Weaver's review of FanVision NASCAR.
What does it take to earn a NASCAR hard card?
The NASCAR hard card is one of the most valued objects in motorsports. How does one obtain it?
Before You Buy Binoculars For NASCAR
Buying binoculars for NASCAR can be confusing. What do all those numbers mean and why do you care? This guide can help.
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the...
The NASCAR Sprint Cup season begins each season with the Budweiser Shootout. This non-points race generates a lot of excitement as this is the first race of the year. Not all drivers qualify for this special event though. How does a driver get into the NASCAR Budweiser Shootout? Here is everything that a race fan needs to know about the Budweiser Shootout.
NASCAR Twitter Handles
Looking to stay in touch with NASCAR? The personalities and organizations that make up NASCAR have flocked to social media sites to spread the news. Here are Twitter handles for many NASCAR drivers, officials, tracks and more.
2014 Whelen Modified Tour Schedule
The 2014 schedule for NASCAR's Whelen Modified Tour.
Spencer vs Busch - NASCAR's Hottest Rivalry
NASCAR's hottest feud exploded on Sunday when Jimmy Spencer rammed Kurt Busch's car after the race. Spencer then jumped out of his car and apparently punched Kurt in the face multiple times. NASCAR invited both drivers to the Big Red Trailer and Kurt's car owner Jack Roush got the local law enforcement agency involved. Welcome to NASCAR's biggest fan draw of 2003.
Jeff Gordon
Biography of Jeff Gordon NASCAR NEXTEL Cup driver, car owner and four time NEXTEL Cup champion for Hendrick Motorsports.
Stewart In A Mess... Again!
At Chicagoland Speedway Tony Stewarts over-aggressive style once again lands him squarely in the center of controversy. Was it a punt or an accident? Is this a wreck that should never have happened?
Top 6 NASCAR Books
NASCAR's colorful drivers and rich history have spawned many books. Here are the NASCAR books that are most worth your time and money.
Earnhardt's Seat Belt May Have Been Cut! Nascar...
    Earnhardt's Seat Belt May Have Been Cut! Dateline: 04/15/01 It now appears that Bill Simpson was
NASCAR Scanner Worth The Money?
A decent scanner can cost a couple of hundred dollars. Will owning a scanner really improve your NASCAR experience enough to make it worth the money? Page 2.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the most famous motorsports icon in North America. NASCAR NEXTEL Cup drivers have been challenging the famous speedway since 1994.
Phoenix International Raceway
The kink in the backstretch makes this one mile oval very unique. With one sharp turn and one sweeping turn winning here means that youve mastered your cars handling.
draft
What is draft or drafting in NASCAR?
NASCAR Rookie Stripe
What is a NASCAR rookie stripe?: nascar race car veteran drivers tag examples page nbsp series rookie
Richmond International Raceway
Richmond International Raceway is a short track that features speedway style racing. There's just something about Richmond that allows drivers to race side-by-side lap-after-lap.
Kyle Busch Wins Thrilling Auto Club 400
NASCAR fans got their money's worth at Auto Club Speedway today.    A series of late race cautions set up a thrilling finish as Joey Logano wrecked leader Denny
DNF
What does DNF mean in NASCAR? NASCAR Racing.
Dale Earnhardt Jr
Biography of Dale Earnhardt Jr. NASCAR Sprint Cup driver, Busch Series team owner.
How to Climb up the NASCAR Ladder System
NASCAR has diversified its schedule in recent years opening the door for a variety of different backgrounds to make an impact at the the highest levels of the sport
Sonoma
One of only two road courses on the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule Sonoma in California always puts on a close and interesting race.
Watkins Glen International
One of only two stops on the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup schedule where the drivers have to turn right. The historic Watkins Glen road course really puts drivers to the test.
NASCAR Nickname Quiz
Through the years NASCAR racing drivers, tracks and crew members have spawned many colorful and interesting nicknames. Can you match the right nickname to the right person? How about naming a race track solely based on its nickname? This fun quiz will test your knowledge of NASCAR nicknames.
bump draft
hat is the definition of bump draft?
Is NASCAR A Sport?
I agree that exciting races are fun to watch. The side-by-side finishes in Daytona, Bristol and Martinsville were thrilling to witness. However, is NASCAR giving up its integrity and credibility as a legitimate sport in the name of entertainment? Page 2.
Top 4 Sprint Cup Ford Drivers
Ford drivers have dominated NASCAR Sprint Cup Championships lately. Who are the NASCAR Sprint Cup Drivers that make up Fords Blue Oval Brigade? Here are the top Ford drivers in the sport today.
Juan Pablo Montoya
Rarely in the history of NASCAR has a driver been such an anticipated rookie addition to the sport. Juan Pablo Montoya has been successful at every level of motorsports in the world. He is incredibly talented but how will he do in NASCAR? We will find out soon.
DNQ
What does DNQ mean in NASCAR? NASCAR Racing.
Chase Elliott's About.com NASCAR Biography
Chase Elliott is the son of the 1988 Sprint Cup champion, Bill, and has been signed by Hendrick Motorsports. Combined he may be NASCAR's top prospect.
ECCI TrackStar 6000
ECCI claims that their Trackstar 6000 is clearly the best PC steering wheel and pedal set on the market. Is it? I had the pleasure of using one for a couple of weeks and here is what I discovered.
NASCAR Rulebook Quiz
How well do you know the NASCAR rulebook? This fun quiz will test your NASCAR knowledge.
Robert Yates Racing Falls Apart
Robert Yates Racing is in a jam for the 2007 season. Both of Yates' premier drivers are gone. It also seems likely that both of Yates' primary sponsors are gone. This is a NASCAR team that is truly starting over from scratch.
The Great Book of NASCAR Lists by John Roberts
The Great Book of NASCAR Lists is a truly entertaining look at hundreds of different aspects of NASCAR.
Thrustmaster Formula T2 Review
Thrustmaster's legendary racing system. The T2 was not without it's faults but probably served more race fans than any other wheel.
Harvick Parked - Has NASCAR Gone Too Far?
This weekend Kevin Harvick was not allowed to race in the Winston Cup show as a result of his actions during the Truck race. Has NASCAR gone too far?
Bristol Tickets
Interested in getting into the good seats for a NASCAR race at Bristol? Welcome to the club. Bristol hosts two of the biggest races on the NASCAR schedule each year, so you better do your homework to beat the average race fan to those tickets. Here are a few cool tips to help you get your hands on hot Bristol race tickets.
Tight
What does it mean when a car is tight: page nbsp racetrack pronunciation lt wheel
Top 5 Roush Fenway Racing Sprint Cup Drivers
Roush Fenway Racing won both the 2003 and 2004 Sprint Cup Championships and has been a major player in the sport since 1988. Here is the current Roush Fenway Racing team.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
This relatively flat one mile oval hosts one of the final ten Chase for the Sprint Cup races. The racing is tight and fast as the flat corners force drivers to make their cars work on the bottom to be fast.
Toyota In NASCAR
Toyota entered NASCAR NEXTEL Cup racing in 2007 after three years in the Craftsman Truck series. Toyota found success in the trucks fairly quickly but got off to a shaky start in NEXTEL Cup racing. Toyota has a lot on the line with their NASCAR investment. Here is everything you need to know about Toyota's NASCAR efforts.
Top NASCAR Tailgate Parties
NASCAR races are a great place to get together with friends and fans before and after the race. Here are the best race track tailgate parties.
2013 Sees Fewer Sponsors
Some major sponsors have left NASCAR for 2013.
Hyper Stimulator PC Racing Controls and Cockpit
The HyperStimulator is a full racing cockpit including top-quality PC steering wheel and pedals.
Dodge Avenger NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Car Of Tomorrow
Dodge will be racing two different models in 2007. Their traditional NEXTEL Cup car continues to be the Charger. The Dodge Car of Tomorrow is based on the 2008 Dodge Avenger. Here are some photos of the new NEXTEL Cup Dodge Avenger Car of Tomorrow.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Stats Wins By Driver
Table containing every NASCAR Sprint Cup driver to ever win a race, number of wins and number of championships, sorted by driver's last name.
Pole Position
What is NASCAR pole position?: page nbsp pole position pronunciation noun lt
Pocono Raceway
The superspeedway that drives like a road course. Pocono Raceway is, in a word, unique.
NASCAR Race Cars - Quiz
It takes a lot of knowledge to get a NASCAR Sprint Cup race car to go fast. Tires, engines, setups and safety all play a part in getting to victory lane. How much do you know about NASCAR race cars and the basic setup terms that you hear the teams talk about each week? Here is a fun quiz to test your knowledge of the NASCAR Race Cars and how to make them go fast.
Dirt Track Racing: Sprint Cars - Full Product...
version 3.0, If you want to sling some mud on your PC Ratbag Games has the solution, Sprint Cars!
Game Commander 2 Full Product Review
version 3.0, Game Commander 2 is great technology that lets you control the game without taking your hands off the wheel!
Sprint To Replace NEXTEL As NASCAR's Top Brand...
During the 2007 Pepsi 400 weekend in Daytona NASCAR and Sprint made a significant announcement for 2008 and beyond. Beginning January 1st, 2008 Sprint will replace NEXTEL in all NASCAR branding. This change will affect the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, the Chase for the Sprint Cup,the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Challenge and any other NASCAR properties that currently carry the NEXTEL brand.
NASCAR, Liquor and Nudes, Oh My!
Some NASCAR sponsors don't seem to fit the family image of the sport. Should NASCAR limit the types of sponsors?
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