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It’s A Marathon, Not A Sprint: Big Names Winless In NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600

Charlotte, NASCAR’s home base hasn’t been a racetrack where everything’s coming up roses for this sport. Its premier event, the Coca-Cola 600 has gone from a peak of 10.2 million TV viewers in 2005 to just 6.4 million last year, a decline of 37 percent over the past decade. Show More Summary

Denny Hamlin’s Crash Shows the Best, Worst of Modern Chase Format

Denny Hamlin, Brad Keselowski and Kyle Larson’s intense three-wide battle – and subsequent wreck – late in Saturday’s 400 was bold, risky and ultimately, expensive. In essence, it was everything NASCAR’s newest Chase for the Sprint Cup format exemplifies, for better or worse. Show More Summary

Did You Notice? … Steering NASCAR’s Safety Discussion Post-Talladega

Did You Notice? … Jim Utter’s comments on SIRIUS XM Tuesday morning expressing confusion more wasn’t made of steering wheels coming off race cars after Talladega? One of’s main writers made reference to the fact thereShow More Summary

NASCAR Brings Perfect Talladega Storm Without A Drop of Rain

Dark clouds covered the Talladega Superspeedway on a hot, humid Sunday, cast an ominous haze over the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series field. Moisture threatened to cover the field throughout the day, but the only particles to fly across the 2.66-mile oval was the myriad of debris sent flying from the dozens of crashed cars. Show More Summary

More Short Tracks, Please

These past few weeks at short tracks sure have been fun, haven’t they? It’s a shame we won’t see another one until August. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series put on another thrilling race – and finally another scheduled day race – at Richmond International Raceway with Sunday’s Toyota Owners 400. Show More Summary

4 Burning Questions: Which Winless Driver Will Triumph in Bristol?

How will XFINITY heat races play out in Bristol? To match their name, Saturday’s XFINITY Series heat races will be hot as two 50-lap shootouts will help determine the starting lineup for the 200-lap “main” at Bristol Motor Speedway.Show More Summary

Friday Faceoff: So, Who Should Have Been Fined?

Both Kyle Busch and Cole Pearn faced penalties for post-race comments over the weekend, and Busch was ultimately fined and placed on probation for not meeting postrace media obligations. Penalties were considered but not given when Busch...Show More Summary

Couch Potato Tuesday: FOX Shows Slight Improvement, While ESPN Tries to De-emphasize St. Pete

Greetings, everyone.  Did you like Sunday’s finish in Phoenix?  It was a good one.  I thought Kevin Harvick was a sitting duck, but he managed to pull it out just in time. Last weekend saw two races in Phoenix, plus the season opener in St. Show More Summary

Couch Potato Tuesday: FOX Coverage Clouds Impact of New Package

Last weekend in Las Vegas was not necessarily the best, weather-wise.  Michael Waltrip found that out the hard way.  It’s not quite Gene Shalit having a bad hair day on The Critic, but it was pretty bad.  Regardless, we had 700 miles...Show More Summary

FOX Shows Surprises, Deficiencies as Speedweeks Wraps Up

Speedweeks is now complete.  The stomach churning can cease for a couple of months until Talladega.  Regardless, we now have three season openers to look back at.  The goal is simple. Daytona 500 Sunday brought the pomp and circumstance...Show More Summary

Michael McDowell nails safety truck during Richmond caution

RICHMOND, Va.—Of all the vehicles you'd expect to get hit on a NASCAR track, the safety truck is among the last. But that's exactly what happened on Saturday night: OH NO. Michael McDowell has MAJOR damage after hitting a safety truck!...Show More Summary

Happy Hour: We'll miss you, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.

Throughout the week you can send us your best questions, jokes, rants and just plain miscellaneous thoughts to or @NickBromberg. We'll post them here and have a good time. The biggest NASCAR news of the week – outside of what NASCAR CEO Brian France said Monday – might have been the announcement that Dale Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary

A pricey Lamborghini piled into two cars on a London street

If you had a Lamborghini worth north of $400,000, you would be more careful than this driver, right? The driver of this Lamborghini Aventador was driving just a bit too fast down a city street in London and apparently didn't see the SUV making a right turn until it was too late. Show More Summary

It’s Your 2013 Exit Interview: No. 1 Jimmie Johnson

Welcome to From the Marbles' 2013 driver reviews. Here, we're going to critique, praise and bloviate about the top 30 drivers in the 2013 NASCAR season. It's the last one, so can we play this song? Because we are. Jimmie, your battle with Matt Kenseth was simply going to come down to which driver blinked first. Show More Summary

It’s Your Exit Interview: No. 26 David Gilliland

Welcome to From the Marbles' 2013 driver reviews. Here, we're going to critique, praise and bloviate about the top 30 drivers in the 2013 NASCAR season. It's Gilly's game now. David, we didn't expect you so soon. We're just blasting away to Rihanna. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch complicates Chase chances after sending Brad Keselowski spinning in Nationwide race

Kyle Busch and Kansas Speedway don't get along. That was evident once again Saturday morning when Busch wrecked his Sprint Cup car during practice for Sunday's race. But now Busch has more to worry about than starting at the back ofShow More Summary

Happy Hour: Remembering Jason Leffler, plus we talk TNT and standing starts

Throughout the week you can send us your best questions, jokes, rants and just plain miscellaneous thoughts to or @NickBromberg. We'll post them here, have a good time and everyone's happy. Right? Oh who are we kidding, this is NASCAR. Show More Summary

AJ Allmendinger completed less than a lap in the IndyCar dual races at Detroit

The followup to AJ Allmendinger's strong performance at the Indianapolis 500 didn't go very well. In the IndyCar Series' first dual race weekend of the season, Allmendinger failed to complete the first lap in each race at Detroit's Belle...Show More Summary

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