Bill Elliott

10 Worst NASCAR Paint Schemes of All-Time

NASCAR's Top 10 Atlanta Motor Speedway Moments

NASCAR's Detroit Muscle

NASCAR, Indianapolis need marquee winner to bolster slumping Brickyard 400

Storylines rule the day for NASCAR at the Brickyard. And there have been too few of late.
NASCAR and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway need an intriguing storyline and big-name driver to carry the day at the struggling Brickyard 400.

In a decade of skyrocketing growth for the sport of NASCAR, no single event in the 1990s topped its first visit to the hallowed grounds of Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the 1994 Brickyard 400.

 

However, 20 years later, amid sagging attendance and television ratings and a weekend diluted with Nationwide and nondescript sports car ancillary races, the Sprint Cup Series’ annual visit is a shell of its former self.

 

NASCAR's Hall of Fame, Part 1: The Next Five

The drivers who should make up the 2016 NASCAR Hall of Fame class
NASCAR’s 2015 Hall of Fame class was announced last week. An all-driver quintet of Bill Elliott, Fred Lorenzen, Wendell Scott, Joe Weatherly and Rex White made for a fine induction group with a natural mix of contemporary and pioneer. In this first of two posts, Athlon Sports contributor Vito Pugliese highlights the people he believes should occupy the next two classes of the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

NASCAR’s 2015 Hall of Fame class was announced last week. An all-driver quintet of Bill Elliott, Fred Lorenzen, Wendell Scott, Joe Weatherly and Rex White made for a fine induction group with a natural mix of contemporary and pioneer.

In this first of two posts, Athlon Sports contributor Vito Pugliese highlights the people he believes should occupy the next two classes of the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

The Greatest Moments of NASCAR's All-Star Race

NASCAR's Greatest Finishes and Wildest Wrecks at Talladega

Celebrating the 426: Mopar's Greatest Racing Moments

Dodge's eight most notable accomplishments. Why eight? Because of the twin four-barrel Carters that sit between those mile-wide chrome valve covers.
Dodge's greatest NASCAR moments

April 26th (4.26) is being promoted as HEMI Day by Mopar Parts and Chrysler in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the legendary 426 HEMI engine. 1964 was a watershed year for motorsports as well as the Chrysler Corporation and its engine that would become synonymous with unequaled horsepower and winning in dominant, if not embarrassing, fashion.

Top 10 Amazing Feats in NASCAR History

NASCAR's 12 Greatest Comeback Stories

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