Tag Archives: Sprint Cup

FavoriteTeamWear asks: Would the Points Race Be Different Without Chase Points?

After watching Kyle Busch fall to 12th in Sprint Cup Chase points over the last 2 weeks, I can’t help but wonder where the chasers would be without the Chase setup. I did some research on this, and found that the points race would be different.

Jimmie Johnson 3Peat – Is it Sprint Cup History in the Making?

Just in case you forgot, Jimmie Johnson was 6th in points after the California Sprint Cup race last year. It was his unbelievable 4 wins in a row out of the last 5 races in the NASCAR Chase that earned him his 2nd Sprint Cup championship in 2007.

Mark Martin Interview US Army, Fathers Day, Pocono & More on Favorite Teamwear

I WANT TO ASK YOU ABOUT THE PETTY IMPACT ON THE SPORT. WHERE DO YOU THINK THE SPORT WOULD BE IF THE PETTY’S WEREN’T INVOLVED? “You know, Richard Petty was the king of the era that I came in. You know I didn’t know about NASCAR racing prior to Richard. Richard Petty was the guy that I pulled for and he brought the sport you know, to another level based on his popularity and his success, his appeal, the way he handled people set the standard for any kind of sport

NASCAR Collecting – Why do you collect NASCAR Stuff?

I always seem to get the question “why do you collect Nascar stuff?” and “what makes Nascar collecting so unique?”. So today I am going to answer just that question! Nascar collecting is something more than just having a bunch of race cars around your room or house, it’s about enjoying what you have and […]

Mark Martin Fills In Juniors Shoes at DEI Just Fine

Officials at Dale Earnhardt Inc. could not have picked a better driver to fill the seat of the No. 8 in 2008. Popular veteran Mark Martin, 49, is into his second part-time season at the Cup level. Martin will compete in 24 races this year with rookie Aric Almirola, age 24, driving the other 12.

2008 Nascar Controversy Will it effect the Sport?

From: The Sporting News Mar 13, 2008 06:42 PM | In this Winston Cup season we’ve had four races and a lot of verbiage from Tony Stewart, Jack Roush, and Toyota on several issues, and some are celebrating this outburst of verbiage because it somehow has brought the sport’s “personality” back. The sport, according to […]