By Sarah Tonsmeire The third and final race of the Contender round of the Chase commences at NASCAR’s most unpredictable track, Talladega Superspeedway. Known as the largest track, sitting 2.66 miles around, Talladega has earned a name for its massive wrecks, referred to as “the Big One” that occurs during each race. With a 43 […]
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By Sarah Tonsmeire It was the win heard around the world, at least the NASCAR world. Last weekend’s doozy of a race at Talladega Superspeedway left one driver extremely happy, and several others displeased. From the start, Dale Earnhardt Jr. was dominant and led the pack. He managed to stay out of trouble when the […]
By Sarah Tonsmeire @racing_sarah Mother Nature unleashed her fury again last weekend, but this time NASCAR waved the white flag. Saturday night’s race at Richmond International Raceway was postponed to Sunday at 1:00, but the weather couldn’t have been better when it was time for the green flag. Lately, several drivers have proved to be completely dominant […]
By Sarah Tonsmeire The wild card race at Talladega was packed full of drama, excitement, and sad endings for many of NASCAR’s big named drivers. Kyle Busch sustained minor damage in a scuffle after Jamie McMurray got loose, but only made it until lap 104 when he was collected in a large wreck on the […]
Turmoil and Triumph Emerge at Talladega By Sarah Tonsmeire Photos By Mike Curran Talladega, Ala.–The wild card race at Talladega was packed full of drama, excitement, and sad endings for many of NASCAR’s big named drivers. Lap 61 brought out the first caution of the day when the No. 1 car of Jamie McMurray got […]
Timothy Triumphs at Talladega By Sarah Tonsmeire Talladega, Ala.–Tension and tempers were elevated during each trying lap, as there was a small margin for error at this track. Red Horse Racing driver, Timothy Peters, charged to the front of the field during the final laps of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series fred’s 250 Powered […]