Another great race. Six races, and six different winners.
This could be an exciting year for NA$CAR.
Get your hot rod out of your garage and enjoy it with a clear conscience. No matter what anyone tells you, driving your classic muscle car does not cost any more today than it did in 1969.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (March 24, 2014) – Below is a look at some of the top statistical performers at Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, Virginia going into the STP 500 on March 30.
What can you say about this year’s racing except “exciting”?
The Nationwide series has seen 4 different drivers win over 5 races and featured Kyle Larson and Kyle Busch battling for the win at California with Larson coming out on top for his first Nationwide win.
The Sprint Cup series has seen 5 different winners across 5 races with a lot of factors going in to make the races as unpredictable as, well, the weather. Or tires.
As driver of the Swan Racing 26 car, native Californian Cole Witt is one of 8 drivers competing for the 2014 Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year. In addition to that, he is just trying to learn what he can about Sprint Cup racing and competing against some of the best drivers in the world week in and week out. Witt is teamed up with crew chief Randy Cox and has a teammate in Parker Kligerman, another rookie, at Swan Racing this year.
I recently had a chance to ask Witt a few questions about his young Sprint Cup career and just what he has found surprising so far.
“The incredible story of one man finding his moment of glory at the 1970 24 Hours of Daytona”
This is an excerpt from the first chapter of Stephen Cox’s new book, “Against All Odds,” which is free and available here.
The hands on both stopwatches were still in place after the final practice laps at Daytona International Speedway. Unexpectedly low temperatures had turned their stainless steel casings ice cold, but Jeri Gottlob had no gloves. She wouldn’t have worn them anyway over her freshly painted red fingernails.