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.
January should mean a time of answers for NASCAR teams, but many questions linger among the racing fraternity as Speedweeks at Daytona approaches.
Canadian Maryeve Dufault has her sights set on the top-tier divisions in NASCAR and talks to News/Talk WSB about her diverse path in racing - and modeling - to try and get there.
NASCAR has had a busy Silly Season in the offseason, with driver and crew chief changes aplenty. Tony Stewart's championship gets a look under a different light. And Eminem in racing?
Kurt Busch and Penske's divorce leads to many unknowns and will make one driver very happy. This and more in this already active NASCAR offseason.
Ryan Sieg and RSS Racing race under the radar from Downtown Tucker and succeed, despite many limitations.
Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards' battle at Homestead-Miami Speedway means so much more than the stats.
Host Doug "Fireball" Turnbull and Frontstretch.com's Mike Neff take discuss the Edwards-Stewart championship battle, the futures of Darian Grubb and Chad Knaus, the drafting test at Daytona, and Brian Vickers. Turnbull also talks to Cale Gale about his big break in the Camping World Truck Series.
As the 2011 season winds down, race teams strive hard to achieve their last goals big and small.