NASCAR pit crews of yesteryear consisted of team mechanics and floor sweepers. And now? Highly trained athletes are the norm for today's over-the-wall gang.
As NASCAR turns its attention to Fontana, Calif., David Newton asks which NASCAR star should make the short trip -- but giant leap -- to Hollywood.
The NASCAR Foundation will donate $250,000 toward relief help in Haiti, officials said on Saturday night at the Charlotte Bobcats' NBA game.
He has the looks. He's articulate. He has three Sprint Cup titles and is closing in on a fourth. So why aren't the advertisers beating down Jimmie Johnson's door?
Felix Sabates isn't just any NASCAR owner. With a lifetime of stories and the gift to tell them well, Sabates is one of the most interesting to talk to, writes David Newton.