Where will Dale Earnhardt Jr. end up? Will Junior drive the No. 3? Will DEI survive? Was Teresa in the wrong? The fans want answers, and Marty Smith tries to deliver.
Jeff Gordon's Beer Toss Bash was the talk of Talladega. But let's not penalize the entire crowd, writes Marty Smith. After all, NASCAR is the biggest BYOB party on the planet.
The clock is ticking for DEI. Dale Earnhardt Jr. remains loyal to a fault, writes Marty Smith, but a monster payday awaits him if he decides to test the open market.
DEI has a hundred million reasons to keep Dale Earnhardt Jr. on the payroll, writes Marty Smith.
The Virginia Tech massacre will forever change the landscape in the commonwealth. But the Hokie spirit will not be defined by this, Marty Smith writes, because it will persevere.
Family comes first for Kelley Earnhardt Elledge. After being told she did in fact have a tumor, her thoughts quickly turned to the welfare of one person: little brother Dale Jr.
Mark Martin's string of 621 consecutive racing weekends came to a halt last month at Bristol Motor Speedway. Does he regret his decision not to race? Not a chance, writes Marty Smith.
Topic around the watercooler this week is where have all the bad boys gone? Marty Smith writes in Door-To-Door that we're seeing a kinder and gentler NASCAR.
The Car of Tomorrow is causing numerous ripples throughout NASCAR. Marty Smith writes in Door-To-Door that one concern is that ingenuity is being taken out of the sport.
Race fans are among the most generous in sport. An example? The outpouring Marty Smith received after a call for Benny Parsons memorabilia.
Will the Car of Tomorrow spell the end of Buschwhacking? Marty Smith goes Door-To-Door to figure when -- or if -- the COT will go Busch racing.
Benny Parsons was quick to lend personal items to help businesses near him. Now it's time for some of those businesses to give some of it back, writes Marty Smith.
Building a track in the Northwest might not be as easy as once thought. Even if the numbers add up, vocal opposition is lining up against it, writes Marty Smith.
Mike Metzger, "The Godfather" of freestyle motocross who achieved cult status by cutting back flips and breaking all manner of bones in X-Games competition, is actively pursuing opportunities in NASCAR.
What if Mark Martin sits out 10 races just as he has said he would and still ends up winning a points title? Marty Smith goes Door-To-Door to lay out the scenario.
Is racing twice at California better than racing at Darlington once? For competition, no. For money? Marty Smith goes Door-To-Door to add it up.