Wednesday 29 July 2015

Kickin' the Tires Live

  • 7/18/2015

    Kickin' the Tires is live at Kentucky Speedway with the new NASCAR aero package. Find out what drivers think will happen on the track.

  • 7/11/2015

    Racing in the northeast is nice in the middle of summer and the weather is great for NASCAR action at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

  • 6/13/2015

    Martin Truex Jr. snagged a win and qualified for the Chase last week at Pocono and now the series heads to the Irsh Hills at Michigan International Speedway.

  • 6/6/2015

    This week on the show, Dale Earnahrdt Jr. is looking for three wins in a row at Pocono Raceway & Kickin' the Tires gets a cease and desist letter from a bigshot New York lawyer.

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In The News


Saturday, 11 July 2015 03:25

Keselowski holds off entire Joe Gibbs Racing team for Kentucky Xfinity win


Brad Keselowski celebrates his victory in the Kentucky 300. Photo courtesy NASCAR/Getty Images

By Jerry Jordan


SPARTA, Ky. – Brad Keselowski battled back and forth with Kyle Busch and Erik Jones for most of the Kentucky 300 and then went on to hold off a three-car charge that included Daniel Suarez on the closing laps to beat the entire Joe Gibbs Racing organization.



Sunday, 05 July 2015 02:01

NASCAR shows sensitivity on social issues, dumps Trump


NASCAR reacts to Donald Trump's comments by moving Xfinity Series and Camping Word Truck Series Banquet to new venue. Photo by Jerry Jordan/Kickin' the Tires

By Jerry Jordan


DAYTONA BEACH, Fl. – The NASCAR brass isn’t holding back its feelings on insensitivity and inclusion. Prior to this week’s racing action at Daytona International Speedway fans were asked not to display Confederate battle flags and then, reacting to statements by Donald Trump about illegal immigrants, the sanctioning body announced it will not hold its Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series banquet at any facility owned by the real estate magnate.



Saturday, 20 June 2015 19:57

Jones ends streak of bad luck, wins first race of 2015

By Rob Gray

NASCAR Wire Service

NEWTON, Iowa — Last season, a powerful run through Iowa Speedway helped Erik Jones finally emerge from the tall shadows cast by bad luck.

But the talented 19-year-old’s relationship with misfortune re-formed in 2015 — until, again, Iowa.



Sunday, 14 June 2015 06:02

Fastest trucks crash at Gateway Motorsports Park, leaving win for the taking

By Jerry Jordan


MADISON, Il – Dominance didn’t mean much in the Drivin’ for Linemen 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park as the two fastest trucks wiped out within a few laps of each other,  allowing up-and-coming star, Cole Custer, to battle for the win with rookie, Spencer Gallagher.


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