Race fans, We’ve reached a very lean portion of the off-season. With very little racing of note going on, there will be days in which there is next to no racing on television. It’s withdrawal time. It’s the time of year that I really...Show More Summary
On Tuesday morning, Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates announced that they will field two Ford EcoBoost-powered Riley DPG3’s in the Prototype January’s Rolex 24 at Daytona. The Ganassi organization is running the factory Ford GT...Show More Summary
Welcome to our 2015 reviews. Instead of going driver-by-driver we're going to review teams this year. We're starting from the bottom of the standings and working our way up. Rest in peace, Michael Waltrip Racing. Drivers (standings in...Show More Summary
To say Kyle Larson suffered through NASCAR’s mythical sophomore slump would be an understatement. Favored to make the Chase in his second season driving for Chip Ganassi Racing the driver most label championship talent simply struggled to collect top-10 finishes throughout most of a disappointing 2015 season. Show More Summary
How hard is it to succeed in NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series? Ask single-car Germain Racing. A two-time Camping World Truck Series championship organization entered the Sprint Cup fray in 2009 on a part-time basis with veteran Max Papis...Show More Summary
Welcome to our 2015 reviews. Instead of going driver-by-driver we're going to review teams this year. We're starting from the bottom of the standings and working our way up. It's time for Richard Petty Motorsports. Drivers (standings in parenthesis): Aric Almirola (17th), Sam Hornish Jr. Show More Summary
This 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season was quite memorable for Matt Kenseth. The veteran driver, in his second year with Joe Gibbs Racing, made the Chase once again and had five wins on the season. Those are the kind of things that every driver wants to achieve. Show More Summary
2015 looked like it could be the year that Brad Keselowski won Roger Penske their second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title together, especially in the midst of a summer stretch that included 10 straight top 10s. But at the end, it looked...Show More Summary
Several teams have announced new drivers across NASCAR’s national divisions this month. Among them are Brian Scott in the No. 9 Richard Petty Motorsports Cup ride, Chris Buescher in a Cup ride with Front Row Motorsports and Ben Rhodes...Show More Summary
On Thursday morning, TRG-Aston Martin Racing announced that Mexican Formula One racer Sergio Perez, currently of Force India, will lead a second Aston Martin V12 Vantage in the GT-Daytona class in January’s Rolex 24 at Daytona International...Show More Summary
On Wednesday, PR1/Mathiasen Motorsports announced their driver lineup for the 2016 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. It is a mix of returning talent and newcomers to the Prototype Challenge team. Tom Kimber-Smith is the soleShow More Summary
[Scene: 2015 Sprint Cup champion Kyle Busch hosts a Christmas party at his house to help celebrate his title. Busch rolls to the door to greet his first guest, as he's still recovering from postseason surgery to remove rods and plates from his leg and foot. Show More Summary
Welcome to our 2015 reviews. Instead of going driver-by-driver we're going to review teams this year. We're starting from the bottom of the standings and working our way up. It's Roush Fenway time. Drivers (standings in parenthesis): Greg Biffle (20th), Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Show More Summary
Remember this poem? For want of a nail, the shoe was lost. For want of a shoe, the horse was lost. For want of a horse, the rider was lost. For want of a rider, the message was lost. For want of a message, the battle was lost. For want of a battle, the kingdom... The post 2015 NASCAR Rewind: Jimmie Johnson appeared first on Frontstretch.
Kasey Kahne looked to the 2015 season as a reboot. With his longtime crew chief Kenny Francis replaced by Keith Rodden, the change was meant to invigorate a career that had become middling. With a finishes of 12th and 15th in 2013 and 2014, respectively, Kahne seemed to be a driver in his mid-30s who... The post 2015 NASCAR Rewind: Kasey Kahne appeared first on Frontstretch.
In sports like baseball and hockey, it isn’t uncommon for a player to move between the major and minor leagues during his career. In NASCAR, not so much. Once a driver has made it to the major league Sprint Cup Series, history dictates he’ll stay there until he can’t find a ride. When that time... The post 2015 NASCAR Rewind: Sam Hornish Jr. appeared first on Frontstretch.
Welcome to our 2015 reviews. Instead of going driver-by-driver we're going to review teams this year. We're starting from the bottom of the standings and working our way up. Let's pair up two single-car teams with Richard Childress Racing...Show More Summary
It’s Christmas week, so there is no live racing to be had this week. However, the old standby of Christmas on television, the marathon, is in effect. However, instead of films like The Wizard of Oz, A Christmas Story, or National Lampoon’s...Show More Summary
All told, it wasn’t too shabby a year for Denny Hamlin. The driver of the No. 11 FedEx Toyota finished up the 2015 season in ninth place, the eighth time in 10 full seasons at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series level that the career Joe Gibbs Racing driver has cracked the top 10 in the... The post 2015 NASCAR Rewind: Denny Hamlin appeared first on Frontstretch.
For Kevin Harvick, 2015 will forever be remembered as the year of near-misses — both good, and bad. By all accounts, it is entirely arguable that Harvick was the best driver over the course of the 36-race 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. Show More Summary