The 2017 NASCAR Hall of Fame Class An Impressive Lot

By the time Friday January 20th comes and goes, eight classes will have been inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Even after all this time, there is no shortage of legends and contributors deserving of such recognition. Check out this year's NASCAR Hall of Fame class..... With 40 wins in the Monster Energy series, 49 in Xfinity and seven in the CWTS, Mark Martin has a most worthy resume as arguably the best driver to never win a championship. Martin's story is one of perseverance, he ...

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What Ever Happened To Kasey Kahne?

Was it really that long ago? Kasey Kahne was a sponsor's dream and a big NASCAR deal. Remember the goo-goo eyed soccer moms in the Allstate commercials? What about talking trash to yak herders in the Vitamin Water spots? The teen idol looks really don't matter much in NASCAR if you don't win, and to that end, a decade ago, Kasey Kahne won 6 races and 6 poles- good for a season's end top ten finish. His career has had some weird twists and turns. Kasey Kahne enjoyed his greatest successes in h ...

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HMS Rocks NASCAR World With William Byron Signing

That sound of silence is NASCAR Nation waiting for the other shoe to drop at Hendrick Motorsports. The New York Yankees of NASCAR have announced 18-year racing phenom William Byron will race in the Xfinity Series next season for JR Motorsports. What happens after that sparks speculation and intrigue. Racing for Kyle Busch Motorsports in the Camping World Truck Series, Byron's been a beast. His five victories sets a new standard for rookies in the CWTS. Outside the truck, the clean-cut kid ...

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Jimmie Johnson Cementing His Place Among The Greats

With 76 wins, Jimmie Johnson is tied for seventh in all-time NASCAR cup series wins. With six championships, only Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt have won more than the former off-road racer from El Cajon, California. Is there really any more debate, that JJ has taken his place among the all-time greats? In terms of championships, Jimmie Johnson has won more than Jeff Gordon, Darrell Waltrip, Cale Yarborough, David Pearson, and Bobby Allison. That's some pretty impressive company, consid ...

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Mild Or Wild, There’s Nothing In Between At Talladega

Are you like me? Sometimes watching a race at Talladega Superspeedway has been as frustrating as can be. For this fan, racing at Talladega has been a lot like fighting a war: hours of sheer boredom, following by seconds of sheer terror. Races where drivers wouldn't pass each other, two car tangoes, and pile-ups that fouled the fortunes of my favorite contenders are too vivid in my head. Like you- I keep watching, because you just never know what a day in Alabama may bring. Talladega has s ...

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