If NASCAR trots out the same lousy COT in February at the Budweiser Shootout, then some fans will tune out because the single-file, slower-speed shenanigans will become monotonous.
Here's a quick primer to get ready for the 10-race Chase for the Cup, which begins Sunday in Loudon, N.H.
Other team's success in bringing open wheel drivers to NASCAR and Bill Davis Racing's track record in bold gambles make the hiring of Jacques Villeneuve a risk well worth taking.
Jamie McMurray's victory in the Pepsi 400 proved a confederacy of teamwork can go a long way when it comes to being successful and winning, much more than having to do it all by yourself.
Some tracks are all about speed, but races at Martinsville Speedway are all about the drivers.
Michael Waltrip is on the cusp of becoming a NASCAR great, but he's not quite there yet.
With continued griping about racing back to yellow, NASCAR needs to intervene with a formal rule.
Scripps Howard's Bill Whitehead breaks down the ups and downs of Winston Cup's first half.
Should words or expressions conferred in the heat of battle bring fines from NASCAR?
Racing at Bristol Motor Speedways is a stark contrast to the previous weeks event in Michigan.
Bill Whitehead provides some suggestions on how to improve the NASCAR schedule.