Denny Hamlin and Michael Jordan name Bubba Wallace as driver for new team

By Jerry Jordan, Editor It wasn’t a huge surprise when the press release came Monday night that NASCAR superstar, Denny Hamlin, and NBA phenom, Michael Jordan, had teamed up to field a single-car team with Bubba Wallace behind the wheel but the news – now official – will definitely reverberate throughout the sports world. For […]

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Ryder Wells gets first career micro-sprint win

By Jerry Jordan, Editor When you’re 13-years-old it can be hard to juggle school, extra-curricular activities and personal time but when you combine those with being an up-and-coming star in the auto racing world, things get even more hectic as Lumberton’s Ryder Wells found out this past weekend. Had it not been for some quick […]

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County says ‘public review’ may not be needed for NASCAR’s big conversion of Auto Club Speedway

By Jerry Jordan, Editor Plans by NASCAR to redesign Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Ca. are in possession of the Planning Commission of San Bernardino County for Land Use Services, which will now determine whether conversion of the two-mile oval into a half-mile short track must go before the public for an approval hearing – […]

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NASCAR’s Steve Phelps looks ahead as sport’s return gave guidance to others following lockdown

By Jerry Jordan, Editor Calling 2020 an “extraordinary, unprecedented year for our sport,” NASCAR President Steve Phelps told a group of media this past week he is “proud of how our industry has come together as one.” He proclaimed that past criticisms of the sport regarding its inability to get along and play well within […]

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No rest for Ryder Wells as he preps for big race weekend … and soccer

By Jerry Jordan, Editor It’s been 13 days since Ryder Wells sat behind the wheel of the No. 24 Preferred Contractors/Kickin’ the Tires micro-sprint car but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t been getting ready for the doubleheader race weekend that lies ahead of him, or the tournament he’ll compete in with the Houston Dynamo Dash […]

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EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: IMSA’s Action Express testing a NASCAR Gen 7 car at Daytona Road Course

By Jerry Jordan, Editor DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The Action Express Racing organization, founded by NASCAR Chairman and CEO Jim France, was up early Monday morning testing their own version of NASCAR’s Generation 7 racecar, Kickin’ the Tires has confirmed. During a paid track tour, the Action Express hauler was observed parked next to a […]

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Elliott holds off Hamlin to win first Cup race at DAYTONA Road Course 

By Holly Cain, NASCAR Wire Service DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – No practice, no qualifying, new course. No problem for Hendrick Motorsport’s driver Chase Elliott. The 24-year old Elliott gave a not-so-subtle reminder Sunday afternoon in the NASCAR Cup Series debut on the Daytona International Speedway Road Course that he is one of the sport’s very […]

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Sheldon Creed wins inaugural Gander Trucks race at DAYTONA Road Course

By Holly Cain, NASCAR Wire Service  DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Sheldon Creed had to hold off his GMS Racing teammate Brett Moffitt twice on restarts with less than five laps remaining in Sunday’s Sunoco 159, with the 22-year old Creed ultimately beating the former series champion by a mere .743-seconds in overtime to earn the […]

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Mike Wallace making another start in revamped racing career

By Jerry Jordan, Editor DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Green flags. Mike Wallace – middle-brother to former NASCAR drivers Rusty and Kenny Wallace – has seen hundreds of them in his racing career and today at Daytona International Speedway he will see another as he competes in the first-ever NASCAR Xfinity Series race on the infield […]

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COLUMN: Dedicated NASCAR fans may be an underappreciated bunch

By Jerry Jordan, Editor LOUDON, N.H. – Being a NASCAR fan is a hard – especially during a global pandemic that has led to seemingly ever-changing government regulations, attendance restrictions and criticism from the “Karens” of the world pointing fingers because they believe gathering for a sporting event is a social distancing failure that will […]

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