To say Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a fan of old race tracks is an understatement. He loves them. He loves talking about them, learning about them and preserving them in whatever way he can. His passion is the backbone of Lost Speedways, his Peacock series that explores shuttered, dilapidated and
NASCAR is headed to Texas Motor Speedway this weekend, but it’s taking a break from its traditional points races that count toward the regular season championship and playoff standings. Instead, Texas will host the 2021 NASCAR All-Star Race — a fun and generally fast mid-season exhibition event with a large purse
Fans didn’t have to wait a whole year between Indianapolis 500s this time. After Takuma Sato won the second Indy 500 of his IndyCar Series career in August (after the race was pushed back because of the COVID-19 pandemic), the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing” is back to Memorial Day Weekend.
You wouldn’t place an ice-cold, sweating, celebratory beverage down on a valuable painting or a classic car. So treat the restored vintage Coca-Cola vending machine sitting in Victory Lane at Charlotte Motor Speedway the same way. Or at least, that’s the mindset Terry Kimble hopes NASCAR drivers have after they
Dale Earnhardt Jr. doesn’t typically shy away from talking about his late father, Dale Earnhardt Sr., who was tragically killed on the last lap of the 2001 Daytona 500. In recent years, Junior has shared a variety of funny and emotional stories about his dad, he’s reflected on his childhood
Jimmie Johnson didn’t retire from racing last year; he just retired from NASCAR after 19 seasons in the Cup Series, seven championships and 83 checkered flags. Now, Johnson is about to try something new, something he’s been dreaming about since he was a kid growing up in southern California. “IndyCar
It’s undeniable: NASCAR and the tracks it competes at deliver some pretty spectacular trophies to Cup Series race winners. Sure, there are plenty of traditional-looking trophies that are treasured and will surely be part of drivers’ display cases and trophy rooms. But many of those are also subject to change
Welcome to FTW’s NASCAR Feud of the Week, where we provide a detailed breakdown of the latest absurd, funny and sometimes legitimate controversies and issues within the racing world. This week, we’re taking a break from the premier NASCAR Cup Series and pivoting to the second-tier Xfinity Series, where things got