It was easy to want to believe Jeremy Mayfield when he said a failed drug test was a mistake. Now that he has failed a second one, who is willing to believe him now?
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.
Jeremy Mayfield was granted a temporary injunction from his NASCAR suspension and is free to race at Daytona. What does this all mean? Trouble for NASCAR's current substance abuse policy.
The most overlooked driver in the Sprint Cup Series? It's easily the No. 1 employee at Stewart-Haas Racing: Ryan Newman.
Where's the big top? Surely the stilt-walking clowns and bike-riding monkeys are nearby. How else do we explain this circus sideshow that is NASCAR and Jeremy Mayfield?
NASCAR's new drug policy may not be perfect, but Jeremy Mayfield's suspension shows it is working.
Start-up teams in Sprint Cup face enormous obstacles. NASCAR needs to find a way to give these new independent programs a fighting chance.
Jeremy Mayfield and Scott Riggs, two of the feel-good stories this season involving new teams in Sprint Cup, won't race Sunday in the Shelby 427.
Strike one for the little guys, as drivers such as Jeremy Mayfield, AJ Allmendinger and Scott Riggs raced into Sunday's Daytona 500.