Facts are good. Damn facts are even better. Jimmy "Mr. Excitment" Spencer is here with "Mr. E's Five Damn Facts". From Kansas Speedway to the NFL Draft, Spencer separates myth from reality. Can you handle the truth?
Our resident crew chief Larry McReynolds puts on his weatherman cap and suggests that perhaps NASCAR should look into starting the July Daytona race in the morning like they have done in years past.
Larry McReynolds weighs in on whether or not the No. 48 will be at a disadvantage when Sprint Cup teams return to Loudon during the Chase.
Matt Clark and crew chief Bootie Barker break down how to best avoid a big wreck at Daytona.
The biggest issue the No. 2 team faced at Loudon was where to hide the champagne bottles from Brad Keselowski after pulling into victory lane.
Larry McReynolds weighs in on which teams will benefit the most from the week off before the Brickyard 400 at Indy.
Thirty years after Richard Petty's historic win in the 1984 Firecracker 400, The King reflects on his driver, Aric Almirola, taking the no. 43 car to victory lane in Daytona again.
Joey Logano creates some controversy after suggesting that age played a factor in his accident with Morgan Sheperd at Loudon.
Jeff Hammond takes a look all the challenges NASCAR teams face having to start an impound race like Daytona during the day when the car was set up for night.
Matt Clark and crew chief Bootie Barker break down how fuel mileage and the new ride height package will effect the racing in New Hampshire.