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Is it Possible that NASCAR is Sexist?

How dumb is it for NASCAR to refuse to send press Releases, or give us access to their media website? Now really we only need that stuff so we can provide editorial coverage of their racing series. Read More »

A Road Course Sweep At Watkins Glen

he second and final road course race on the Winston Cup schedule, the 90 lap Sirius at the Glen, rolled to a start on the winding Watkins Glen track with the potential of becoming a NASCAR first. Read More »

A Battle To The Finish At The Brickyard

The 10th running of the Brickyard 400, NASCAR's only race at the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway, rolled to a start in front of a sell out crowd of more than 300,000 fans. The 2.5 mile track, first paved with bricks in the early 1900s, is a legend in motorsports, and for many drivers, a win at Indy means as much as a win in the Daytona 500. Read More »

Fuel And Fire In the Tropicana 400

The Tropicana 400, just the 3rd Winston Cup race at the new Chicagoland Speedway, rolled to a start under sunny skies in front of a sell out crowd of 75 thousand. The track, which opened in 2001, features a wide racing surface, high banking and speeds that approach 200 mph. Read More »

Road Racing At Sonoma In The Dodge SaveMart 350

NASCAR's Winston Cup Series headed to California's Infineon Raceway for the first road course race of the season. The hilly 12 turn track, one of only two road courses in the Winston Cup schedule, is notoriously difficult for even some of NASCAR's best drivers, with few opportunities to pass. Read More »