Chris Jacobs examines the decline of the fan base and how NASCAR is doing to attract new race consumers on the Federalist Radio Hour.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s tweet, and the love-fest that followed, encapsulates everything that’s wrong with these protests. No one has the ‘right’ to protest on his or her company’s time.
The Left shows their defiance of Trump by kneeling before his officials as if they’re viceroys. This has got to be the worst ‘Resistance’ ever.
The NFL protests have cleverly put the ‘Resistance’ on one side and President Trump on the other—along with the national anthem, the flag, and military veterans.
NASCAR’s legacy dates back to moonshine runners during Prohibition, and the desire by soldiers returning from World War II to organize racing more formally.
Because I will do virtually anything to avoid writing another article about Donald Trump or Russia, I ranked every Tom Cruise movie ever made.
This week, Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced his retirement from the sport his family helped define for two generations. That’s not the only thing that’s changing inside NASCAR.
Mary Katharine Ham and Gracy Olmstead break down this week’s news and outrages on the Federalist Radio Hour.
For a long day of NASCAR you need a beer to get you through the ups and downs of the race. Speedway Stout from AleSmith Brewing Company in San Diego, California is just that beer.
NASCAR has implemented too many changes and gimmicky enhancements. The sport is now—both figuratively as well as literally—running around in circles.
The sports media attempts to turn an incomprehensible NASCAR tragedy into a lesson about the dangers of masculinity.
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