It's been more than 10 years since we lost Dale Earnhardt in a violent, sport-changing crash at Daytona. Yet we're still asking the same tired question: Where is the SAFER barrier?
With David Reutimann and Martin Truex Jr. in his stable, Michael Waltrip has grand plans for his race team in 2011. But first there's this little matter known as Daytona.
You've heard all about the Chase drivers, but what about drivers such as Mark Martin, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and at least five more giving their fans reason to believe as the end of the 2010 season nears?
Kyle Busch's run-in with David Reutimann at Kansas was a hot topic Friday at Cali. The great debate: Does a non-Chaser have the right to take out a championship contender?
Kyle Busch and crew did an amazing job keeping him in Chase contention after David Reutimann -- a non-Chaser -- did everything he could to take him out. Has "have at it boys" gone too far?
Toyota has signed a multiyear extension to continue as the manufacturer for Michael Waltrip Racing through the 2012 season, Waltrip and Toyota officials announced Saturday.
David Reutimann's front-row qualifying effort Friday was disallowed when NASCAR inspectors confiscated both rear shock absorbers on the No. 00 Toyota that was outside the limits for shock pressure.
Matt Kenseth is the last driver in the Chase -- for now. But there are four races left and no fewer than 10 drivers vying for what appear to be no more than six open spots in the 12-man playoff.
It's been a wild season of ups and downs. Cars are flying, stars are struggling. How are things at the halfway mark? Terry Blount is ready to give out some awards.
Checked out the Cup standings lately? Michael Waltrip and Juan Pablo Montoya in the top 10? The little guys should enjoy it while it lasts, because it won't last long.
Owner Michael Waltrip wants the best three-car team he can. Driver Michael Waltrip knows part of that depends on him, writes Terry Blount.