NASCAR’s Rookies may Rock Headlines in 2013

The 2013 season has a lot to offer with the new G6 cars in the Sprint Cup Series, but what may rock headlines across NASCAR’s top-three divisions’ are the Rookies of Racing.

Among the many signs of revival within NASCAR this year are the rookie classes across their top-three series, Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck series’. Each with Rookie of the Year contenders offering a layer of interest in watching this season’s competition for their respective coveted titles. Continue reading

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Round Two of Sprint Cup Testing at Charlotte Motor Speedway – Entry List

Teams will have a second crack at Charlotte Motor Speedway with the Generation six car before the new season starts. Sprint Cup teams will test at Charlotte Thursday and Friday. Many more teams will be at Charlotte those two days, than the first test in mid December of 2012. There are 33 cars on the entry list for the test session, where drivers and crews should find out much more about the Generation six car and what they can do to improve with more drivers’ input. Continue reading

Sprint Cup Series Silly Season in Review

2012-CupLogoBy Jordan Dodson

New teams, new drivers and this year, new cars. That is what makes silly season and 2013 no exception.

A new ride for Matt Kenseth and a new team in Swan Racing are just some of the new changes for fans to watch next season in the Sprint Cup Series. Continue reading

Nationwide Series Silly Season in full swing

2012-NNS-500x300By Michelle Lesener

The Nationwide Series silly season has been in full swing, with changes taking place even before the racing season wrapped up for 2012. Look for more changes before the new season starts in February 2013.

As NASCAR fans look forward to Nationwide Series racing next season, there’s already been a lot of driver movement and changes, including the guarantee of a new Nationwide Series champion in the 2013 season. Continue reading