David Pearson

NASCAR's Greatest Road Racing Aces

Auto Racing's Greatest Memorial Day Weekend Moments

NASCAR's Top 10 Bumps, Spins and Rattled Cages

NASCAR's Top 12 Most Dominant Streaks

NASCAR's greatest runs of success at it's most daunting racetracks
<p> From Richard Petty to Dale Earnhardt to Jimmie Johnson, Athlon Sports contributor Vito Pugliese ranks NASCAR's greatest runs of success at it's most daunting racetracks.</p>

Jimmie Johnson’s eighth career win at Martinsville last Sunday highlighted his dominance at that particular track. Johnson has won seven of the last 14 visits to the track and in 23 starts has an average finish of 5.3. While he still has a way to go to match Richard Petty’s mark of 15 wins at the paperclip, it did bring to mind some past performances at other tracks by NASCAR stars who were able to hit on some unmistakable magic. Let's take a look at the top 12 most dominant streaks in NASCAR:

10 Greatest Substitute Drivers in NASCAR History

From Tiny Lund to Jamie McMurray: NASCAR's most noted fill-ins.
<p> As Mark Martin and Brian Vickers prepare to sub for an injured Denny Hamlin on the Sprint Cup circuit, Athlon Sports contributor Vito Pugliese looks back at the greatest super sub drivers in NASCAR history.</p>

With the flurry of press releases that were flying about last Friday, with the announcements and retractions regarding Mark Martin substituting for the injured Denny Hamlin, it brought to light one issue we haven’t had to tackle in a while: NASCAR Super Subs. They can be much more than a wheel holder, and often end up becoming a larger part of the team. It can be an audition for a future ride, or a once-in-a-lifetime shot at greatness. This week we present the Top 10 Super Subs in NASCAR:

NASCAR's 10 Greatest Bodystyles

Backseat Drivers Fan Council

Who comprises NASCAR's Dream Team?
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<p> In the spirit of the Olympics, Dustin Long's Backseat Drivers Fan Council discuss NASCAR's Dream Team, grade Pocono and talk about Jeff Gordon's Chase chances.</p>
2012

Throughout the Olympics one often hears about a “Dream Team’’ in one sport or another. So what about NASCAR?

Members of the Backseat Drivers Fan Council were asked if they were an owner with four teams and could pick any Cup driver in any era, who would be the four for their Dream Team? Their picks proved quite interesting.

They also debated Jeff Gordon’s chances of making the Chase and Sunday’s Pocono race. Here’s what Fan Council members had to say: