Racing Legend Dick Trickle Commits Suicide
Richard "Dick" Trickle died Thursday at the age of 71. His body was discovered next to his pickup truck at a cemetery in Lincoln County, North Carolina, after the longtime NASCAR and short-track driver shot himself, according to police.
NASCAR Is Changing The Way Drivers Qualify
On June 23rd, the Sonoma Raceway will be the first race to try out the new qualifying procedure for road course races. The cars will qualify in groups instead of the traditional single-car qualifying held on each Sprint Cup Series track.
NASCAR Will Review Race Sponsorships After NRA 500
Before, during and after Kyle Busch won Saturday's National Rifle Association 500 in Fort Worth, Tex., there was debate around the organization's sponsorship of the Sprint Cup event. Some critics felt that the NRA's sponsorship of the race brought the ongoing debate on gun control int…
Food City 500 Recap – Kahne Is A Contender
Contenders emerge early in the NASCAR season.  Make no doubt about it, Kasey Kahne is a contender.
After finishing second last week at Las Vegas, when it seemed as though he had the fastest car on the track, Kahne was able to avenge his runner up finish with a victory in Tennessee...
Mark Martin Becomes 2nd-Oldest Driver To Win Cup Pole
Who says older guys have a problem getting the pole? Certainly not former Viagra-sponsored driver Mark Martin. Martin, 54, became the second-oldest driver to secure a Sprint Cup pole when he finished with the best speed during Friday's qualifying for the Subway Fresh Fit 500 at Phoenix Internat…

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