This is a new feature on the WSB Radio Race Blog that you can hear every week. In the maiden edition of the FastCar Podcast, Doug Turnbull and Captain Herb Emory talk all things Daytona, David Ragan's new ride, the aftermath of the Mt. Busch volcano, and who the 2012 Sprint Cup champ may be. This podcast is in memory Cynthia Hammond, WSB Traffic Team member Andrew Hammond's mom, who died suddenly this week. Thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Hammond family.
Rick Santorum is now being hit in ads by both Mitt Romney and Ron Paul, as Paul has unveiled a new attack that blasts Santorum's voting record in Congress, labeling the former Pennsylvania Senator a "fake" conservative. "The truth about Rick Santorum's conservative credentials," said the Paul campaign as they ...
A February 2012 Gallup poll asked Americans; "Which country is America's greatest enemy today?"
After the first NASCAR on-track action of the year, we put Kyle Busch's incredible Bud Shootout performance into perspective, explore the return of pack racing, and look into NASCAR's interesting announcement about the 2013 Shootout.
Bill Elliott Racing alumnus John King is getting the chance of a lifetime in NASCAR. His new No. 7 ride with Red Horse Racing is a huge break for the 23-year-old with only five NCWTS starts to his name. He talks to News/Talk WSB about this huge opportunity, his career in racing, and how he expects to perform with this competitive team.
Besides himself, Carl Edwards has more than himself and Tony Stewart for his missed championship. And the Camping World Trucks are going to have a tough time drafting at Daytona.
The Charlotte shuffle, The Dinger, Ford and Pemberton, and team limits.
From Orlando, Florida - Ten days after a stunning setback at the hands of Newt Gingrich, backers of Mitt Romney hope he is poised for victory in the Sunshine State, after days of intense attacks against his closest GOP rival. In the closing hours of this race, Romney leveled broadside ...
Cup teams are popping up left and right...how will they survive? And the Daytona Truck field will be stacked with Georgia drivers.
25-year-old Chris Cockrum and his small, family-owned team have survived on a small budget for years...and that perseverance and faith are about to pay off.