Dale Earnhardt Jr. ended a 55-race winless spell when drove his Chevrolet to victory in a rain-interrupted, crash-marred Daytona 500 on Sunday in the season-opening NASCAR race and celebrated by joining twitter. Within seven hours he had amassed over 300 ...
Happiness Is… is a chance to offer a positive view on the world of auto racing. Criticizing the various series has become all too easy, so this column attempts to remind us of the reasons why we pay attention to these madhouses in the first place. During the offseason, we ... FULL ARTICLE AT Front Stretch
How will Sunday's Daytona 500 play out? On Sunday morning, former track president Humpy Wheeler offered up an interesting assessment on Facebook of how the race might go, but he begins with some history: When Bill France Sr. decided to build Daytona he hired Charles Moneypenny to design the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Yahoo! Sports
Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s second career victory in the DAYTONA 500 this past Sunday is the talk of the sporting world. Starting today, the tens of thousands of fans who were at Daytona International Speedway to witness this epic race can go and tag their image in the Fancam photo ... FULL ARTICLE AT Catchfence
Mark Meunier was scheduled to originally to drive the C2M #40 at Daytona. Because of a case of misfortune with the team having several cars, engines, and other parts stolen from the teams shop as well as budget and time against us, we are unable to field our 3rd car ... FULL ARTICLE AT Catchfence