NASCAR Nailed It

NASCAR Nailed It

NASCAR’s defining moment will define them in the sports world into the future. If ever was there a time when NASCAR needed to put their best foot forward, it was Sunday and they nailed it! With over Six Million viewers they broke a record for highest viewers for a non-Daytona 500 race set back in […]

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 Defining Moment for NASCAR

Defining Moment for NASCAR

We are living in unprecedented times that struck the World by surprise. One that NASCAR could not have ever planned for, but Sunday be the defining moment for the future of the Sport. According to NASCAR President Steve Phelps the sport has a real shot at attracting new fans as it resumes live sports coverage […]

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 Dirt Track Hero to #Se7en Time: NASCAR Legend

Dirt Track Hero to #Se7en Time: NASCAR Legend

As the journey of legend Jimmie Johnson continues, we take a look at his tremendous NASCAR success. In Johnson’s 20 years of racing in NASCAR’s most elite Cup Series, he has 83 wins, 228 Top 5s, 366 Top 10s, 36 Poles, 18,847 Laps Led, and 7 Championships. His Championship totals tie NASCAR legends Dale Earnhardt, […]

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 Quick, Someone Give Larson a Hug

Quick, Someone Give Larson a Hug

No matter how you feel about the incident with Kyle Larson using a racial slur during an iRacing event, you have to admit, someone needs to give Larson a hug because he has pretty much lost EVERYTHING he has worked to obtain in his racing career. The Carnage His Team On April 14th a day […]

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 iRaced with my Racing Hero

iRaced with my Racing Hero

In sports, we rarely get to say iRaced with my Racing Hero, but iRacing has given us a look inside the lives of many of NASCAR’s greats so we now relate to them on a different level. We have enjoyed watching these seemingly “flawless” drivers become more like us as we watch them try to […]

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 Dirt Track Hero to #Se7en Time: The Early Days

Dirt Track Hero to #Se7en Time: The Early Days

Racing for Jimmie Johnson started at the early age of 5. Born September 17th, 1975 in El-Cajon, California into a working-class family, Johnson has made a name for himself synonymous with some of NASCAR’s greatest drivers. Driving a 50cc motorcycle and with racetrack loving family in tow, Johnson’s career began as a dirt track hero […]

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 NASCAR Blacklist Drivers: Kenseth vs. Larson

NASCAR Blacklist Drivers: Kenseth vs. Larson

The recent announcement that Matt Kenseth will replace Kyle Larson in the No. 42 Chevrolet at Chip Ganassi for the remaining 2020 season comes as a shock to me. Both drivers have been on the blacklist by NASCAR during their careers. NASCAR and Ganassi Racing remove Larson from the car for a controversial slur that […]

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 The Man, The Driver, the Icon: Richard Petty

The Man, The Driver, the Icon: Richard Petty

I ate some of the celebration cake from his 200th win at Atlanta Motor Speedway, I watched him take the checkered flag for the last time and watched his famous signature adorn many hero cards in my day. Who is this impressive driver? None other than, “The King” Richard Petty. Born July 2nd, 1937, Richard’s […]

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 For the Love of Racing

For the Love of Racing

In the grassroots days of racing, drivers did not drive for the fans in the stands. They drove for the love of the sport. During this Pandemic, NASCAR is showcasing what makes them unique. This is what is making them stand out above all other sports. Racing with no Fans? If government officials get what […]

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 NASCAR: Spreading the Love Year-Round

NASCAR: Spreading the Love Year-Round

During this trying time of isolation around the world, we can be encouraged because of all of the love that has been spread. NASCAR is constantly spreading the love to their fans and community alike throughout the year. NASCAR’s Four Initiatives NASCAR embraces four main outreach initiatives as their company mission. NASCAR Green, NASCAR Foundation, […]

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 Stuck at Home: Drivers Edition

Stuck at Home: Drivers Edition

Drivers have been stuck at home without live racing at the track since Mid-March. America is stuck at home without sports or toilet paper for that matter, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. The most pressing question of the day…What in the world are drivers doing with their time off the track? The daunting week in […]

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