Stickum: a sticky, adhesive-like substance that worked wonders for legendary Oakland Raiders cornerback Lester Hayes, allowing him to hook to the football like Velcro when attempting an interception.
For much of the country, NASCAR is a small segment of life and isn’t central to people’s day-to-day lives, but for native North Carolinians it’s a little bit different.
Earlier this week, I was drinking coffee and checking out social media, and I almost choked when I came across an quote made by Denny Hamlin to ESPN.
The NASCAR traveling road show has come home to Charlotte for a weekend of XFINITY Series and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series action.
It’s been about 48 hours since the passing of one of the all-time great modified drivers in the country, let alone in New England, and I still haven’t figured out the words to use to describe how I feel about it.
New England short track racing had its Dale Earnhardt moment on Saturday, with the tragic passing of modified ace and all-around versatile veteran Ted Christopher at the age of 59.
A scathing statement was recently released by Smithfield Foods CEO Kenneth M. Sullivan, aimed directly at Richard Petty Motorsports, in the latest round of mud-slinging between Smithfield and the team.
Last weekend, Woodhull Raceway Modified competitors competed in the 13th Annual Lyle Sherwood Memorial on “New York’s Toughest Bullring.” It had been just over 12 years since one of Woodhull’s historic Modified legends lost his life on the third-mile.
Sixteen years ago today, our nation was forever altered by a sequence of four events that forever took away our innocence.
One of the most-talked about, and yet least-understood words in NASCAR as of late is “encumbered”.
My brother Kevin and I experienced the “family” aspect of Budwesier Classic Weekend at Oswego Speedway in a couple of ways.
NASCAR fans amuse me at times, griping about how Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers shouldn’t be permitted to drive in the NASCAR XFINITY Series or in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.