Larry McReynolds comments on Matt Kenseth's success with Joe Gibbs Racing.
Larry McReynolds discusses if Kasey Kahne's recent string of bad luck will continue.
reaction was strong on Twitter as well. “No more of a hard core racer than Dick Trickle!” noted SPEED and FOX analyst Larry McReynolds . “Will be truly missed and our thoughts & prayers go out to his family! God Bless! #NASCAR.” FOX’s Darrell Waltrip was
So Daytona is behind us and we all spent many days and nights down there. The beauty of today's NASCAR Sprint Cup teams is the depth that they have. It's not like the old days when we would have to fly back that night and immediately begin working on next weekend's race car. I have to believe that
We all know that Easter is one of the most special holidays we ever get to experience. I've always felt that it is very fitting that our entire sport has no races going on for the weekend out of respect for the holiday and its meaning. With that said, there is a big part of me that wishes we were
Even though they are, from a size standpoint, on the opposite ends of the spectrum, Bristol Motor Speedway, in one sense, is like Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway. It truly is kind of an animal of its own. The new Generation 6 NASCAR Sprint Cup car becomes less of an issue
Well, the second race of our 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup season is now in the books and I have to say that we had battles going on almost everywhere on the track during the Subway 500 on Sunday. A part of what really mixed things up at Phoenix International Raceway was the number of cautions and the
In racing, especially at Daytona and Talladega, a quarter of an inch is a pretty significant amount. When you take any amount of spoiler away, whether it's size or angle, a little bit can be a lot. A quarter of an inch by 57 inches is a lot of square inches, close to 15 square inches. But after
Larry McReynolds on David Ragan's win this weekend at Talladega and how his success will help the Front Row Motorsports team.
Do drivers prep for "The Big One" in order to have success at Talladega? Larry McReynolds has a simple answer.