Dylan Kwasniewski is Just the Latest Victim of the NASCAR System

by Ryan Isley They say that drinking coffee can stunt your growth. When it comes to NASCAR, the growth of drivers is stunted by the rules. In 2014, Dylan Kwasniewski gained experience in the NASCAR Nationwide (now Xfinity) Series by competing in a full slate of 33 races for Turner Scott Motorsports and finishing 11th... Continue Reading →

Is Ty Dillon on the Same Path as Austin Dillon?

by Ryan Isley It’s like déjà vu all over again with Richard Childress Racing. Only this time, it is Ty Dillon – not Austin Dillon – who is getting a ride from his grandfather. When I heard that Ty Dillon would run the No.33 Cheerios Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing in the 2015 Daytona 500,... Continue Reading →

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Needs To Step It Up In 2015

by Ryan Isley When Roush Fenway Racing signed Ricky Stenhouse Jr. as the replacement for Matt Kenseth beginning last season, they thought they were getting a driver who would soon be a name everyone would mention when talking about the best drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. So far, they have just gotten Danica... Continue Reading →

Chase Elliott having A Better Year at 18 Years Old Than Most People

by Ryan Isley How do you prove that nepotism isn’t the reason you have a ride with a NASCAR team? Kick everyone’s ass like Chase Elliott did this season in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. The son of NASCAR Hall of Fame member Bill Elliott showed that he got his father’s genes when he took the... Continue Reading →

Roush Fenway Racing and Hendrick Motorsports Kick Off NASCAR Silly Season

The past week gave us two of the bigger stories we might see when it comes to decisions made for the 2015 season of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The first major announcement concerned the future of Carl Edwards with Roush Fenway Racing. As in, there isn’t one. 2014 will be the final season for... Continue Reading →

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Drivers Hurting NASCAR Nationwide Series

by Ryan Isley The first step in fixing a problem is admitting that you have one in the first place. That is something NASCAR is not very good at doing, but they need to start. No, the problem isn’t that Aric Almirola won the rain-shortened Firecracker 400 to throw a wrench into the Chase for... Continue Reading →

Could Danica Patrick Crash the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase Party?

by Ryan Isley Was the Daytona 500 just a sign of things to come for Danica Patrick as it pertains to the 2013 season? That is a possibility. After watching the Daytona 500 and seeing how most drivers played it conservative until the last portion of the race, it made me wonder – if the... Continue Reading →

NASCAR 2013 Predictions Recap: Predictions 1 Through 12

by Ryan Isley Writer’s Note: Each Friday from November 23rd to February 15th, I will make a prediction for the 2013 NASCAR season spanning over all three main touring series – Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series. On February 8th and 15th, Ryan will predict the 12 drivers who will make... Continue Reading →

NASCAR 2013 Prediction No.11: Elliott Sadler Will Win the Nationwide Series Championship

by Ryan Isley Writer’s Note: This is Part 11 in a 13-Part series. Each Friday from November 23rd to February 15th, Ryan will make a prediction for the 2013 NASCAR season spanning over all three main touring series – Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series. On February 8th and 15th, Ryan... Continue Reading →

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