Junior this, Junior that. But what about Dale Earnhardt Inc.? DEI and its 400 or so employees are preparing for life without Dale Jr., and the future looks pretty good, writes Angelique S. Chengelis.
It's been a rough debut for Toyota in Nextel Cup racing. Just ask Michael Waltrip. But is the manufacturer ready to throw in the towel? Not a chance, writes Angelique S. Chengelis.
At a time when mega-sponsors and superteams dominate the sport, lone-wolf owner and driver Robby Gordon is practically a throwback, writes Angelique S. Chengelis.
Owner Roger Penske has been a success at nearly everything in his life. But a Cup title has eluded him, but not for lack of trying, writes Angelique S. Chengelis.
DEI president of global operations Max Siegel says all sides are talking openly to each other about Dale Earnhardt Jr. staying with the team. That includes owner Teresa Earnhardt, Junior's stepmother, writes Angelique S. Chengelis.
Tony Stewart likes to speak his mind, and NASCAR's self-proclaimed poster child for stupidity didn't hold back while talking about stress, beer throwing and retirement, writes Angelique Chengelis.