In this week's Six, Marty Smith writes about what athletes do when they aren't athletes anymore. For many, there is never a replacement in their lives.
When Mike Hampton was growing up in Florida, his head was being filled with NASCAR lore.
Martin Truex and primary sponsor NAPA have agreed to a three-year contract extension with Michael Waltrip Racing.
Winter jackets and ski gloves came out Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway as snow flurries put Cup activities on ice, writes David Newton.
NASCAR is ruling out sabotage, but Nextel Cup series director John Darby did confirm that fuel samples from the cars of Denny Hamlin and Dave Blaney did contain water, which clearly hampered their performance.
Mike Skinner bumped past Clint Bowyer to take the lead on a restart seven laps from the finish Friday night and raced away to his second straight truck victory.
Mike Bliss grabbed the lead on a restart 10 laps from the end Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway and held off Terry Cook for his first Truck Series victory in four years.
Mike Skinner breezed to his sixth Truck Series pole of the season Saturday and clinched the season's $10,000 Bud Pole Award.
After breaking through for his first Busch win at Lowe's two weeks ago, Mike Bliss won the pole Friday at Atlanta.
The former Cup drivers driving NASCAR Trucks are making the series more competitive.
Bobby Hamilton passed Mike Skinner in the final turn, then held on as they bumped near the finish line Saturday.