NASCAR Hall of Fame Inductee – Cotton Owens

Cotton-Owens-2013-NHoF-InducteeCotton Owens Was Gentleman Competitor In NASCAR’s Early Era

Through stock car racing’s rough and tumble, formative years Everett “Cotton” Owens stood out for a multitude of reasons: among them, winning driver and owner and master mechanic.

But perhaps most of all, he was a gentleman. Continue reading

NASCAR Nuggets from the Net: December 18, 2012

December 18, 2013

December 18, 2013

NASCAR track presidents make wager for BCS National Championship Game

This year’s BCS National Championship game has ties to two of NASCAR’s biggest tracks and the respective presidents of those tracks are not letting that fact go unnoticed it was announced Tuesday. When The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame take on Alabama’s Crimson Tide on January 7, Chicagoland’s President Scott Paddock and Talladega Superspeedway’s Chairman Grant Lynch will be playing closer attention than some. Continue reading

NASCAR’s Restrictor Plate – Friend or Foe

Photo – Toyota Racing

By Rich Foust

No, it’s not the plate that you get at the salad bar…

It all started with Talladega in 1987, when Bobby Allison lost control of his car and went airborne into the catch fence, with his car traveling at a speed in excess of 200 mph. Terrified by the dangerous situation for fans and drivers, NASCAR decided something needed to be done to slow speeds to keep cars out of the grandstands and keep fans safe. Continue reading

Fan4Racing’s Fan2Fan NASCAR Talk – Replay October 8, 2012

We had a great discussion & some awesome people on Monday night’s show… Listen to the replay of …                  this week’s show

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This week’s show is about…

    • Talladega and the “Big One” & Chase Tracker
    • Dale Earnhardt Jr’s post-race comments about Talladega racing
    • The 2013 Car and Plate Racing for next year
    • 2013 Changes to Qualifying – Elimination of the Top 35 Rule
    • Busch Brothers and their winning streaks at jeopardy
    • Kurt Busch Parked at Talladega – NASCAR considering penalty & his last race with James Finch/Phoenix Racing
    • Regan Smith running select races with Phoenix Racing beginning at Charlotte next weekend
    • Tell us what racing related topic you want to talk about on Fan4Racing’s Fan2Fan NASCAR Talk

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September 10, 2012
September 17, 2012

September 24, 2012

October 1, 2012

October 8, 2012

NASCAR’s Top 35 Rule is No More

By Jordan Dodson

Saturday NASCAR told drivers and crews that the top 35 rule would not be in effect come 2013.

Jeff Gordon, driver of the No. 24 “Drive To End Hunger” Chevrolet, also tweeted Saturday that the top 35 rule will not be part of the 2013 season.

The top 35 rule came into effect in 2005 and the rule automatically locks those top 35 in points in the weekend’s race no matter where they qualify. The rule also locks the top 35 in points from the previous year into the first five races of the season starting at the Daytona 500. Continue reading

Good Sam Roadside Assistance 500 Preview

Photo – ESPN

Race Info

Date- Sunday October 7th, 2012

Location- Talladega, Alabama

Start time- 2:20 PM EST

Distance- 188 Laps, 500.08 Miles

Broadcast TV- ESPN

Broadcast Radio- MRN Continue reading