Old-school NASCAR collides with new-world technology. The result? Strap in, folks. With the arrival of the new Generation-6 Cup car, we're in for one wild ride.
Mike Helton said he believes in the sport's rules inspectors and the overall appeals process, despite the decision that overturned most of the penalties imposed on the No. 48 team from a body-alignment issue at Daytona last month.
Did the 48 team get away with one when most if its penalties were overturned on appeal? Or was the team simply a victim of overzealous NASCAR inspectors? That's the $100,000 question.
NASCAR president Mike Helton called the traffic gridlock at the inaugural Sprint Cup Series at Kentucky a "very serious issue" that must be corrected.
NASCAR officials are considering a possible Chase playoff format for the Nationwide Series next season that would exclude Sprint Cup competitors, sources confirmed Tuesday.
One unwritten rule in NASCAR has been don't take on the sport's most popular driver -- Dale Earnhardt Jr. President Mike Helton must have missed the memo in the debate over the new car.
NASCAR president Mike Helton said an age requirement change for the Sprint Cup Series is not imminent, but NASCAR officials still are considering 21 as the age rule for future entry into the series.
Don't get your hopes up, folks. NASCAR's desire to bring back the good ol' days doesn't mean diddly, writes Terry Blount. The harnesses on Cup drivers were loosened long ago.