JEFF HAMMOND , NASCAR ON FOX PRERACE ANALYST
Champion crew chief Jeff Hammond serves as an analyst for the network's live, on-site prerace ..... serves as a NASCAR analyst on SPEED. In 1974, at the age of 17, Jeff Hammond began his NASCAR career as a tire changer for Walter Ballard
Jeff Hammond : NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup crew chief analysis
Photos: Mike Ford, Chad Knaus, Gil Martin, Dave Rogers, Steve Addington, Darian Grubb, Greg Erwin, Steve Letarte, Bob Osborne in NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup
Brad on the outside looking in
Our Jeff Hammond is surprised Brad Keselowski is in the predicament of possibly not being able to defend his championship.
Talladega wreckage part of the game
Every driver and crew chief enters the 2.66-mile track expecting to limp home late Sunday with a torn-up race car, our Jeff Hammond writes.
'Dega preparations require precision
Our Jeff Hammond says that Sprint Cup Series teams are forced to work within a smaller box than ever when preparing their cars to race at the restrictor-plate tracks.
No reason to hate on Johnson?
If Jimmie Johnson wins his sixth championship, he becomes only the third driver in NASCAR history to own six or more titles. That's some truly rarefied air, Jeff Hammond writes.
Kansas on tap but 'Dega is lurking
This weekend, the eyes of the NASCAR world are on Kansas Speedway. But, as Jeff Hammond writes, a certain upcoming track will likely have a greater impact on the standings.
HAMMOND : NASCAR changes its mind as much as rules
dragged their feet so I'm having a hard time trying to understand some of these changes. For more information about NASCAR on FOX analyst Jeff Hammond , including photos from his past and present days in NASCAR, check out JeffHammond.com .
DW's DICTIONARY as defined by Jeff Hammond
Waltrip got behind the wheel of a truck in April at Richmond, Jeff Hammond made it clear that he wouldn't be the crew chief, but ..... com. For more information about NASCAR on FOX analyst Jeff Hammond , including photos from his past and present days in NASCAR
Johnson in slump as the Chase nears
Jimmie Johnson still leads the standings. That's the good news. The bad news for the No. 48 team is that Johnson suddenly can't seem to buy a break, our Jeff Hammond writes.