Category: Nascar

April 26, 2017 Shane Hector No comments exist

  The NASCAR diversity program has been an interesting dynamic for NASCAR.  NASCAR, historically, has not had many minorities break into the sport on either media nor as a driver side. Why minorities are having such a difficult time getting access to the sport is due to the resources, upbringing, lack of distribution, and racism. There has…

April 25, 2017 Cody Stewart No comments exist

In a press release earlier today, Rick Hendrick, owner of Hedrick Motorsports, announced that Dale Earnhardt Jr will retire after the 2017 NASCAR season is over. The news doesn’t come as a surprise. Dale Jr, an 18 year veteran in NASCARs top series, has been battling concussions over the span of five years. While at…

March 19, 2017 Cody Stewart No comments exist

Before the green flag dropped for Sunday’s Camping World 500 at Phoenix International Raceway, Ryan Newman had gone 127 races without a win. Newman last win came in the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor-Speedway in 2013. In that three and a half year stretch, Newman has switched racing organizations and flirted with a Championship in…

March 5, 2017 Cody Stewart No comments exist

  In a race that was dominated by Kevin Harvick from the drop of the green flag, Brad Keselowski swooped in and got the victory. Harvick lead nearly 300 of the 325 laps at Atlanta Motor Speedway. On top of the laps lead, Harvick also won both stages, the first driver to do that since…

February 26, 2017 Cody Stewart No comments exist

A move that was talked about for a year, turned out to be the jackpot. Kurt Busch and his Stewart-Haas Racing team won the Daytona 500 tonight. The move that was talked about for so long? SHR moving from Chevrolet to Ford. All week this organization showed speed. Still, a lot of uncertainty was hanging…

February 25, 2017 Cody Stewart No comments exist

The 2017 NASCAR season is upon us as fans across the nation are ready to see the action unfold. This season though will surely be different than those in the past because of a handful of factors. New sponsorship, drivers switching rides, and “stages” are just a few things that have shaped up this season…

February 25, 2017 Shane Hector No comments exist

Darrell Wallace Jr. was born October 8th, 1993 in Mobile, Alabama.  He currently drives Roush-Fenway Racing and drives the Ford car. Wallace made his mark with five Camping Truck World Series wins. Since he has five wins, he became the first African-American driver since Wendell Scott to win a NASCAR race. Early Life He was…

February 25, 2017 Cody Stewart No comments exist

Daytona 500 The field is set as 40 drivers are ready to compete for the title of “Daytona 500 Winner”. A lot of action is going to be packed inside the 2.5 mile track at Daytona. Speeds will be flirting with 200 MPH while first place through 40th are separated by a mere three seconds….

February 21, 2017 Michael Bish No comments exist

Dale Earnhardt Jr. looks to bounce back in 2017. When we think of Dale Earnhardt Jr. we think of a leader, competitor, and one hell of a race car driver. Athletes are looked up to by millions of people across the world. To a lot of people, especially younger people, athletes seem to be invincible….