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Has Parity Made For More Exciting Racing? NASCAR officials--and the majority of fans--would say yes, but several drivers aren't so certain
After years of flirting with the idea, NASCAR instituted a common-template rule at the start of this season. By mandating that every Chevy, Dodge, Ford and ...
Nascar's King The racing legend on how stock cars sped to the forefront in his home state
Compared with most other major pro sports, stock car racing isstill a kid. When NASCAR got started in 1949, baseball wasalready the national ...
RACING TO THE TOP WITH INDY IN THE PITS, NASCAR SHIFTED INTO OVERDRIVE AT THE DAYTONA 500
At heart the Daytona 500 and the preliminary races of Speedweekat Daytona International Speedway are still, as a local Baptistpreacher used ...
NASCAR TOURS GIVE FANS A CHANCE TO HOBNOB WITH RACING'S BIG WHEELS
For those who love stock car racing, there's no such thing as too much. Aware of this, a Montvale, N.J. outfit called Motorsport Adventures, Inc. is ...
Top Secret Many NASCAR fans may not recognize Matt Kenseth on the street, but it's no mystery why he's the Winston Cup points leader
referring to the NASCAR legend who won 105 races and three points titles from ... From the start of his racing career Kenseth appeared destined for success.
HOW SAFE IS RACING?
Seven years ago, after losing its greatest star in a crash at Daytona, NASCAR launched an unprecedented effort to prevent fatal wrecks.
T-bird on the racing trail
The debut of Ford's potent luxury car in NASCAR competition next month has racing's hot-stove league abuzz
AN EXPERIENCED NASCAR DRIVER NOW DOUBLES AS CO-OWNER OF HIS VEHICLE
Now here's a guy who has been through it all. Picture everything awful that can happen to a man and his stock car, and Buddy Baker has been there, from racing ...
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and NASCAR Nation Sixteen months after the death of its biggest star, stock car racing is bigger than ever, propelled by a new generation of drivers burning rubber through the intersection of sports and commerce
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and NASCAR Nation Sixteen months after the death of its biggest star, stock car racing is bigger than ever, propelled by a new generation of ...
HOW MUCH CAN ONE MAN BEAR? NASCAR LEGEND BOBBY ALLISON SUFFERED BRAIN DAMAGE IN A CRASH AND SAW BOTH HIS SONS DIE YOUNG, BUT SOMEHOW HE IS ABLE TO CARRY ON
NASCAR LEGEND BOBBY ALLISON SUFFERED BRAIN DAMAGE IN A ..... through Busch Grand National racing, NASCAR's version of Triple