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  1. Elliott Sadler to sub for sidelined Brian Vickers

    Marty Smith

    Elliott Sadler will drive the No. 55 Toyota in each of the final four races of the 2013 Sprint Cup Series schedule, Michael Waltrip Racing announced Thursday.

    Story | Conversation | October 17, 2013
  2. NASCAR - Marty Smith loves a good story and Barney Hall always de...

    Marty Smith

    In this week's Six, Marty Smith writes about taking the time to listen to a voice like Barney Hall's. Want more? How about is this finally Junior's week and what's his favorite thing to do in Texas.

    Story | Conversation | April 12, 2012
  3. David Reutimann fires back at criticism from Martinsville

    Marty Smith

    When David Reutimann's car came to a complete stop on the Martinsville Speedway track with a less than three laps remaining Sunday, it brought out a caution that ultimately altered the outcome of the event.

    Story | Conversation | April 05, 2012
  4. Martinsville Speedway or Martyrsville Speedway?

    Marty Smith

    Every year, it seems, rumor and debate about Martinsville Speedway wafts through the NASCAR industry: Does a bare-bones bullring really deserve two Cup dates? Does rustic properly maximize NASCAR's premier product, both for the industry and its fans?...

    Blog | Conversation | January 22, 2010
  5. Martinsville: Not a lot of bells and whistles ... but great side-...

    Marty Smith

    Marty Smith likens Martinsville Speedway to the pale, skinny kid who loses his Fruit of the Looms every day to a bully's wedgie. How can it compete with destination tracks at The Strip and The Beach? With great racing.

    Story | Conversation | April 02, 2008
  6. Run-in with Kenseth proved educational for Edwards

    Marty Smith

    Carl Edwards says he learned plenty after his October run-in with teammate Matt Kenseth at Martinsville Speedway. First and foremost: People are quick to point fingers, writes Marty Smith.

    Story | Conversation | November 28, 2007