NASCAR Recap: Daytona Weekend

So is there anything to talk about on the quiet night of the Daytona 500 weekend? There are a million places to start, so let's look at winners and losers from one of the more memorable Friday nights in NASCAR history. (more...) ...

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Happy Birthday to A Living NASCAR Legend

Who is the best of all-time in NASCAR? The popular choice is the "man who could see air;" of course, we speak of the late Dale Earnhardt. Most famous for his intimidating ways, the seven-time champion could rally from laps down to win and do perform feats of renown. Others would opine the greatest was none other than "The King," Richard Petty. He dominated the NASCAR scene, and has been a longstanding goodwill ambassador. A living legend celebrates a birthday this week, and some may argue he ...

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History Makers, Legends Comprise Hall of Fame Class

Diverse. In every sense of the word, the 2015 NASCAR Hall of Fame class is diverse, with a little something for every kind of racing fan, from the old timers to fans of more recent vintage. It's not easy being first; Wendell Scott knew that. NASCAR's first African-American to win a NASCAR Grand National race overcame humble beginnings and prejudice to earn his place in racing history. Scott came of age in segregated drinking fountains, segregrated restrooms and even segregated schools. It ...

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Who Gets My Vote For NASCAR’s 2015 Hall of Fame Class?

NASCAR fans, you have a voice! Fan voting has opened for the 2015 class for the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Who sould join the ranks of Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt, David Pearson and Big Bill France? This year's fan ballot offers an array of choices that include everyone from Red Byron to Rick Hendrick. This is by no means a media member telling you how you should vote; I am merely sharing my ballot and my reasons why. It would also be interesting to hear what your ballot looks like if you ch ...

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KULWICKI AND ALLISON LEFT LASTING LEGACIES ON AND OFF TRACK

CHARLOTTE, N.C. _ The NASCAR Hall of Fame was abuzz Saturday afternoon as NASCAR personalities, media members and fans gathered inside the Great Hall for the unveiling of their newest exhibit: Short Careers, Lasting Legacy. The exhibit included the cars of the late Tim Richmond, Davey Allison and Alan Kulwicki and also featured team owners Bondy Long and Carl Kiekaefer, as well as drivers Billy and Bobby Myers and fourth generation driver Adam Petty. Each of these men left their mark on NASCAR, ...

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