Nothing has pumped more fear into one of NASCAR's biggest daredevils, Brian Vickers, than last Friday's qualifying session at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Alexis DeJoria isn't the first woman to win in one of drag racing's top series ? Shirley Shahan became the first woman to win a national event in 1966 ? but she might be the first woman rock star of the sport.
Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski each have a victory and a second-place finish in the first three races of the Nationwide Series season. The fact they're full-time Sprint Cup drivers is a problem for some.
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If Sunday's race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway was any indication, there's still a lot of work remaining to make cars better for racing on the faster intermediate tracks.
Given the choice between settling for a solid third-place finish last Sunday or risk it with a slim chance at winning, Joey Logano took the gamble.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. finally found a victory (and a big one) at Daytona, but more than that, he also earned a bit of vindication as well.
NASCAR's new qualifying rules received mixed reviews from Nationwide drivers who used the new format at Daytona. Most drivers on the Sprint Cup circuit will get their first taste of the process this week in Phoenix.
As hard as it is to believe, a Joe Gibbs driver has not won the Daytona 500 in 21 years. Not since 1993, when Dale Jarrett got the job done.
Daytona's ambitious $400 million upgrade project - Daytona Rising - is meant to radically transform the race fan's experience by adding larger seats and doubling restroom facilities among other changes.