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Playing Fact or Fiction with the Biggest Offseason NASCAR Rumors

The NASCAR offseason isn't very long, but it certainly is eventful. The racing winter is filled with drivers changing teams, sponsors coming and going, crew chiefs riding the carousel and team owners trying to make sure that their team...Show More Summary

Media Tour Day 4: Gordon doesn't want to be distracted by commemorations

When he announced his intentions to step away from the No. 24 car at the end of 2015, Jeff Gordon mentioned that he didn't want the entire season to become a retirement tour. Heck, Gordon has even refrained from calling his departure...Show More Summary

Tony Stewart is now the owner of a sprint car series

Tony Stewart may not be in a sprint car for a long time, but the three-time Sprint Cup champion now has his own sprint car series. The All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series announced Wednesday that Stewart had purchased the...Show More Summary

F1 2015 Head-to-Head: Daniel Ricciardo vs. Daniil Kvyat at Red Bull

On paper, the battle between Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat at Red Bull this season looks lopsided. Ricciardo is entering his fifth season of Formula One, and he scored three victories in 2014, thoroughly beating four-time defending...Show More Summary

Formula 1's Latest Rumours and Talk: Mercedes on Track, Vettel, McLaren, More

Mercedes have become the first Formula One team to show off the 2015 challenger in motion. The defending world champions stole a little bit of McLaren 's launch-day thunder by releasing images and video from a promotional event at Silverstone. But McLaren did at least get all the attention for a short while. Show More Summary

Chase Elliott to take over for Jeff Gordon in No. 24 car in 2016

Unsurprisingly, Chase Elliott is Jeff Gordon's replacement in Hendrick Motorsports' No. 24 car. The team made the news official on Thursday, and said the 2014 Xfinity Series champion would drive the car in 2016 after Jeff Gordon steps...Show More Summary

Chase Elliott to Replace Jeff Gordon in No. 24 Car at End of Season

With Jeff Gordon planning to stop racing full-time after the 2015 season, someone had to take over the No. 24 race car in his absence. Chase Elliott will reportedly be the one filling those very big shoes next year. According to Jenna Fryer of The Associated Press, Elliott was tapped for the No. Show More Summary

5 Early Takeaways from McLaren-Honda's MP4-30 Launch

McLaren have taken the wraps off the MP4-30, the car which marks the start of what they are hoping will be a highly successful partnership with Honda. The silver and black machine was unveiled in an online launch with images and video made available to the public along with the usual statements. Show More Summary

10 Great Moments in Jody Scheckter's F1 Career

Today (January 29) marks the 65th birthday of Jody Scheckter, the 1979 Formula One world champion. Scheckter, Africa's only F1 title winner, represented three of the most iconic teams in the sport's history— McLaren, Tyrrell and Ferrari—in...Show More Summary

Media Tour Day 3: Roush vows to improve in 2015

Greg Biffle and Carl Edwards made the Chase for Roush Fenway Racing in 2014. Edwards won two races. However, you weren't going out on much of a limb if you thought that the Roush cars wouldn't be championship threats before the Chase began. And you would have been right. Show More Summary

McLaren 'Back to the Future' Spoof Tests Jenson Button, Fernando Alonso's Acting

Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso put their acting skills to the test in a spoof version of Back to the Future to celebrate the coming of the new Formula 1 season. The duo were present as their team launched their new car ahead of pre-season testing on Thursday and have clearly been filling their time during the off-season with some hard acting work. Show More Summary

The Most Dysfunctional Relationships in NASCAR

There's nothing friendly about NASCAR—drivers travel at higher speeds than we can fathom in a confined space while competing for millions of dollars and the chance to cross the finish line first. It's not exactly a Sunday cruise. The...Show More Summary

Tony Stewart Buys Sprint Car Series: Latest Details and Reaction

With Tony Stewart's future inside of a sprint car uncertain, the NASCAR star is still going to be involved in the sport as the owner of a racing organization. According to The Associated Press, via ESPN.com, Stewart has purchased the All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series. Show More Summary

F1 Preseason Testing: 5 Storylines to Watch in Jerez

The first Formula One preseason test starts on Sunday, February 1 at the Circuito de Jerez in southern Spain. It has only been two months since Lewis Hamilton won the 2014 world championship in Abu Dhabi, but we're already on the cusp...Show More Summary

Can Formula 1 Survive Another Year of Mercedes Domination?

Another duel between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg for the Formula One world championship. Whether or not we like the sound of that, it appears to be the most likely outcome of the season ahead. Mercedes will continue to dominate,Show More Summary

NASCAR 2015: Drivers Most in Need of an Early Season Win

NASCAR 2015 is just a few short weeks away. In many ways, it feels like Kevin Harvick’s No. 4 car just crossed the line at Homestead. He’s off the hook for needing an early win this season, but there are several drivers who need to win...Show More Summary

This NBC NASCAR commercial is fantastic (Video)

If you're a regular reader of From the Marbles, you know we're not too big on hyperbole. And we promise we're being hyperbolic when we wonder if this is the best NASCAR television commercial of our (shortish) lifetime. It's certainly...Show More Summary

Media Tour Day 2: Danica Patrick has a year left on her contract

Danica Patrick's contract with Stewart-Haas Racing goes for just one more season. Is Stewart-Haas looking to move on at the end of 2015? SHR co-owner Gene Haas said the team wants her back and Patrick said Tuesday she doesn't want to drive for anyone else. "Absolutely, we would love to see Danica come back," Haas said via USA Today. Show More Summary

5 Bold Predictions for Ferrari's 2015 F1 Car Launch

The next chapter of Sebastian Vettel 's Formula One career will officially begin on Friday, 30 Jan., when his first Ferrari car is unveiled. The four-time world champion's departure from Red Bull Racing, with whom he won four consecutive...Show More Summary

NASCAR Stars Whose Time to Retire Is Fast Approaching

Pop quiz: What do Jeff Gordon and the soldiers at London’s Buckingham Palace have in common? They both signify a changing of the guard. When Gordon, 43, announced last week that he was stepping aside as a full-time driver in the Sprint...Show More Summary

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