The COVID-19 pandemic has been NASCAR’s biggest challenge since the sanctioning body was formed on Feb. 21, 1948.
Richie Evans, one of the most successful short-track racers in history, was killed Oct. 24, 1985, while practicing for a NASCAR modified race at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway.
Fred Wagenhals approached Richard Childress in February 1995 with a radical idea he wanted to turn into a reality.
Jan Opperman was one of the most colorful characters in the history of auto racing.
During the 1973 season, NASCAR’s best drivers faced a relentless storm in the form of a maroon-and-white Mercury Cyclone fielded by Wood Brothers Racing with three-time Cup Series champion David Pearson at the wheel.
In terms of sheer speed, the man who stands on the top of the mountain in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is still Bill Elliott.
The sprint-car racing world changed on Sept. 11, 1976, when Jan Opperman suffered a closed head injury during the Hoosier Hundred USAC Dirt Track...
Gary Balough had the perfect nickname, “Hot Shoe,” and unlike many other racers, he more than lived up to his catchy moniker.
The images of Doug Wolfgang standing amid a joyous celebration in victory lane at the Knoxville Nationals are iconic.
Within sight of the Hollywood Hills where the Beverly Wilshire Hotel stands today, fans filled California’s Beverly Hills Speedway on April 24, 1921, for an afternoon of drama-charged two-wheeled competition.
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