It’s been fifteen seasons since one of the most iconic paint schemes has raced in NASCAR’s top series. But in Jeff Gordon’s final season, Axalta is bring back the famous rainbow paint scheme.Read more
In all sports, it’s often said that a win is a win is a win. But in NASCAR, it’s always felt a bit cheap to get a win in a rain-shortened race. Sunday’s Michigan International Speedway race was no different. In the current NASCAR Chase format, a new winner at Michigan would have been a crummy way to get into the 2015 Chase.Read more
While a lot of race fan’s eyes were focused at Dover, some were focused on Bowman Gray Stadium racing where the K&N Pro East Series NASCAR Hall of Fame 150 was getting ready to race under the lights. One driver from the Camping World Series returned to NC attending the K&N race — Ben Kennedy.Read more
When I interviewed Jennifer Jo Cobb last week at Texas Motor Speedway via FaceTime, not everything made it to the article, but she provided a great interview and was very candid in her interview. I thought the ClosetNASCARFan.com readers would love to see the whole interview and see the unproduced piece:Read more
Jennifer Jo Cobb hits a nice milestone this coming weekend at Texas Motor Speedway — celebrating her 100th start in NASCAR’s Camping World Truck Series.
But she was also in the headlines this week for other reasons.
The pits empty out a great deal, but a few are still hanging around, including Ben Kennedy. But Kennedy is wearing the owner’s hat this Saturday in Winston Salem, there to support his driver. He relates a little about his experience with the young Gray Gaulding.Read more
Gray Gaulding has raced nearly as many different types of vehicles as years he’s lived on this earth, but he hasn’t done it alone. He’s got a good group of family and friends surrounding him, along with supportive sponsors.Read more