TALLADEGA, Ala. -- Sunday's -- or Monday's, or Tuesday's, depending on the weather -- Aaron's 499 may not be a replay of the single-file promenade that kept you dozing and grumbling through the Gen-6 car's debut at Daytona in February. "I...
Every Chase driver has a story, but only one driver's 2012 chapter ends with a championship. In our man's opinion, some stories would be better than others.
If you weren't thrilled by the finish -- and ultimately Jimmie Johnson's win thanks to teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr. -- at Talladega on Sunday, then you never will like NASCAR.
As the drivers take their annual break before the Brickyard, they can look back and see that "have at it, boys" was not just NASCAR lip service. Now are they really ready to let it rip?
Any decent English teacher will tell you conflict makes the story. The fact that NASCAR has forgotten this -- and has proved it by squelching rivalries -- is at the root of the sport's problem.
NASCAR blog from Atlanta