Chase Rice beat ridiculous odds to play Div. I college football ... to join a NASCAR pit crew ... to almost win "Survivor: Nicaragua" ... and to write a monster hit record. Oh, and all by the age of 27, writes Marty Smith.
When Kevin Harvick and his wife DeLana sold off their race teams, they didn't know what was next. Now Kevin Harvick Inc. is taking off in a new direction, representing athletes and artists, and it's going well, writes Marty Smith.
Did you know that Jeff Gordon's favorite song is "I Like To Move It"? Or that Matt Kenseth's favorite food is key lime pie? In honor of Father's Day, some NASCAR kids offer insight into their driver dads, writes Marty Smith.
There are just some folks in NASCAR you have to take time to talk to. Whether it's about an eye-opening Indy 500 run, old-school NASCAR or the way things ought to be, Donnie Allison is one of them, writes Marty Smith.
The U.S. Olympic hockey team's victory over the Soviet Union in the 1980 Winter Games is arguably the greatest moment in the history of American sports. And Dave Ferroni was right there ... kind of, writes Marty Smith.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. made peace with Daytona. Had to. Even after his father's fatal crash there in 2001, Dale Jr. knew he would see her again and again and again. And the love affair would eventually continue.