Carolina Skiff “Teams Up” with NASCAR’s #98 Cole Whitt!

Cole Whitt is one of the toughest, most skilled drivers in the NASCAR realm, so it comes as no surprise that the company creating the most versatile and durable boats on the market

NASCAR Great Jimmie Johnson and Crew Chief Chad Knaus Sign Contract Extensions

    NASCAR Great Jimmie Johnson and Crew Chief Chad Knaus Sign Contract Extensions By Burt Carey Looks like we’ll be seeing more of the Lowe’s No. 48 Chevrolet, and not just at Chicagoland Speedway this weekend. Hendrick Motorsports has announced that six-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson and crew chief Chad Knaus have agreed to […]

Visiting Charlotte’s NASCAR Hall of Fame

  Visiting Charlotte’s NASCAR Hall of Fame By Burt Carey   The NASCAR Hall of Fame is more than a mural-static history of a great American sport. Its interactive displays, mind-boggling video clips and portrayals of some of auto racing’s biggest characters will have you and your family buzzing about your stay in Charlotte. And […]

The “Outlaw” Halted in his Track Indefinitely?

  The “Outlaw” Halted in his Track Indefinitely?  ~ Amy Lignor Racing has had its troubles lately. But they most likely breathe sighs of relief that the NFL and all its “Gates” seem to grab the headlines so that the world of racing can be buried on the back page of newspapers everywhere. But now […]

The Great American “Kid” Moves Fast & Proud Into Retirement

  The Great American “Kid” Moves Fast & Proud Into Retirement  ~ Amy Lignor Although the Daytona 500 wasn’t a grand event for the one we speak of, Gordon is still the one who will be most missed when everything is said and done.   Let’s face it, when football finally dies down and news […]

Are There Other Cars on the Racetrack?

  by Amy Lignor  Not when Jimmie Johnson is around, apparently. Let’s face it – 6 Sprint Cup wins in 8 years; you have to come to the conclusion that for two years during this time period he simply was either nursing a cold, or taking the day off when the race was run.   […]

The Debate Between NASCAR and IndyCar: The Quest to be King

Yes, there are differences between IndyCar and NASCAR, and these differences seem to still be a subject of debate whenever the Indianapolis 500 comes around. A rookie by the name of A.J. Allmendinger (who started fifth in the Indy 500 on Sunday) already ran the Daytona 500 four times during his Sprint Cup career. But […]