Martin Truex Jr. Dominates at Kentucky Speedway

In dominating fashion, Martin Truex Jr. was able to capture the Checkered Flag at Kentucky Speedway. The pilot of the 78 Furniture Row Toyota led 152 of the 267 laps in the Quaker State 400.   The word domination might be an understatement when describing this win by Truex Jr. Out of

Kyle Busch Wins Pole at Kentucky

Kyle Busch will bring the field to the Green Flag in tomorrow nights Quaker State 400. Busch was able to hold off Martin Truex Jr. to win the pole at Kentucky Speedway with a lap of 29.397 (190.282 MPH). That lap wound up being a track record. This is Busch's

Will NASCARs Playoff Be Set By 16 Different Winners?

We have hit that part of the NASCAR season where the age old question is brought up, will we have 16 different drivers win before the Playoffs start? When NASCAR dramatically changed their version of a postseason in 2014, a “Chase”, or what is known today as the Playoffs, berth

Retirement Doesn’t Stop Tony Stewart From Heating Up

Summer time is upon us and lke every year, there are mixed reviews. Some people love the warmer weather while others hate it because temperatures skyrocket to triple digits. Tony Stewart is a fan of the summer time, but it might not be because of the heat.   Since getting behind the

Coca-Cola 600 Preview/Prediction

The longest race of the year is set to begin Sunday evening. The Coca-Cola 600 tests not just patience, but endurance as well. A 600 mile race that consists of 400 laps at Charlotte Motor Speedway where speeds hit 200+ MPH is sure to give the fans a lot of

NASCAR Announces Changes for 2018 Monster Energy Cup Schedule

As speculated late last week, NASCAR has confirmed a few changes to the 2018 Monster Energy Cup Series schedule.   Indianapolis Motor Speedway will replace Richmond International Raceway as the regular season finale. Since its debut to the NASCAR circuit in the late 90s, the Indy 400 has been held mid-Summer.   Announced earlier

Ten Tracks That Should Be in the NASCAR Playoffs

With reports swirling about the changes NASCAR will make to its 2018 schedule, it brought up a great question. What can be done in order for the Playoffs to be more exciting? The system that is in place is great. 16 drivers make the playoffs. A format consisted of four

Major Changes Coming to the NASCAR Schedule

NASCAR and their business affiliates seem to be working on a completely new racing schedule in 2018 for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.   According to sources, NASCAR is looking to finalize a change to the 2018 schedule sometime in the near future. These changes would add new tracks to the