NASCAR just launched a contest combining winning a showroom version of the Chevys, Fords & Toyotas featured on the Sprint Cup tracks, and a Vegas trip.Read more
The throwback weekend that ends with the Southern 500 features modern cars with paint schemes inspired by classic NASCAR paint schemes. The classic paint schemes quickly were translated to die cast collectables, as well as NASCAR apparel. This year, the paint schemes will also be featured in the newest NASCAR video game.Read more
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. announced today he will not be returning to the No. 88 Chevy SS for the remainder of the 2016 season. Doctors have not cleared Earnhardt Jr. to return to racing and he said it’s in his best interest for both his health and career. Earnhardt has been sidelined for six races, suffering […]Read more
NASCAR will be sailing the Caribbean seas in the off-season, just prior to the cars getting back on the track in 2017. Entertainment Cruise Productions has put together a cruise for NASCAR fans that includes NASCAR personalities, events while cruising to from Miami to Key West, Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay.
Panini America announced today on their official blog, The Knight’s Lance that the trading card manufacturer is releasing four NASCAR-related products in 2016.
2017 is going to be a banner year for change at Stewart-Haas Racing. Not only is the driver whose name is half of the race team’s name retiring at the end of the season, but the race shop is switching manufacturers. Plus, earlier this week, they announced plans to field a full-time, single-car team in the Xfinity Series. Driver and sponsor lineups will be announced prior to the conclusion of the 2016 season. It’s all in the name of becoming self-sufficient and staying competitive.
Repaving of race surfaces are rarely popular with drivers. Most of the field of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series prefer surfaces with irregularities and character. Will the Kentucky Speedway 2016 repave be any more popular than past resurfacing projects at tracks?