Five Drivers Who Deserve To Lose Their Ride In 2018 and Five Who Don’t

NASCAR and its fans are experiencing one of the wildest silly season’s in its sports history and while every driver is valuable in their own way, some are obviously more crucial to a team then others. With that being said, here are five drivers that deserve to keep their rides when Cup Series teams unload…

Five Statistics That Show Dale JR Is A Better Driver Then Kevin Harvick

JR Nation was minding their own business and celebrating the final season of their beloved hero Dale Earnhardt, but SHR driver, Kevin Harvick just had to come along and ruin it for everyone with is comments about JR’s lack of success hurting the growth of the sport. While Harvick might be right in many regards…

Popular Cup Series Driver Planning To Retire At The End Of The Season?

While all of the predictions that fans and analysis alike make when it comes to who will have what ride next year are always fun to contemplate about, they don’t always end up happening and only dash fans dreams in the process of it all. Take Matt Kenseth for example, who was originally rumored to…

NASCAR Veteran Defends Limited Starts For Cup Drivers In The Xfinity Series

NASCAR has a history of bad  decision making. While their decision making did help create the new playoff system that features four rounds of elimination and heads up championship race at Homestead Miami, they are also responsible for decisions like the overtime line, the waiver system and the new caution clock. With that being said…

Paul Menard’s Replacement At Richard Childress Racing Revealed?

Paul Menard has announced that he and his big time sponsor, Menard’s  will be doing the latter and teaming up with Wood Brothers Racing in 2018. This of course comes after Ryan Blaney announced that he would be leaving Wood Brothers racing to join up with Penkse in 2018 and while it does straighten out…

Real Reason Why NASCAR Waited To Throw The Final Caution Revealed

Once again, NASCAR found its self between a rock and a hard place. It was one of their biggest races of the entire season. A track that had stood witness and even helped launch the careers of Cup series veterans like Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt. It was The Brickyard 400. A 2.5…

NASCAR Fans Accuse The Espy Awards Of Snubbing Jimmie Johnson

Jimmie Johnson made history last year by becoming only the third driver in Cup Series history to win a record tying seventh championship and while Johnson now sits among such greats as Dale Earnhardt and Richard Petty in the history books, it wasn’t enough for The Hendrick Motorsports driver to win an Espy.  In fact,…

Dale JR Discusses Creepy Experience He Had With A Fan At Kentucky

Every one has their limits. Unfortunately for Dale Earnhardt Jr, who is set to retire after 17 seasons in The Cup Series, he reached that limit at Kentucky Motor Speedway last weekend when he was approached by a fan with a very weird request. While it wasn’t anything too outrageous like signing a random body…

Furniture Row Racing Comments On The Future Of The #78 Car

The cars aren’t even on the track for practice at New Hampshire yet and already NASCAR fans have an answer to one of this silly season’s biggest questions. The announcement came earlier today when JGR  revealed that Erik Jones would be leaving Furniture Row Racing to drive the #20 car that will be vacated by…

Aric Almirola Releases Controversial Statement After Being Cleared To Race

Aric Almirola is officially clear to race at New Hampshire after being away from the sport for over a month with a compression fracture in his verdabre and while on track return is still a few days away, he has already embroiled himself in controversy by releasing a statement to fans that basically says he…