Spencer: Busch not bowing out
Hear why Lee Spencer thinks Kyle Busch will still compete for wins despite being outside the Chase field.
Spencer: Surprises from Michigan
FOXSports.com's Lee Spencer gives you her surprises leaving Michigan.
Spencer: AJ elated with decision
Lee Spencer on AJ Allmendinger's reinstatement into NASCAR.
Spencer: Wild Card spots up for grabs
FOXSports.com's Lee Spencer on the drivers most likely to secure the wild card berth's for the NASCAR Sprint Cup chase.
Spencer: Free agents in the race
Lee Spencer talks on free agents, which drivers are having a great season, and who can make a surge in the Chase.
Spencer: Changing of chiefs
Lee Spencer on the crew chiefs in jeopardy of losing their current spots.
Spencer: Rowdy and Rogers
FOXSports.com's Lee Spencer on Kyle Busch and Dave Rogers.
Jimmy Spencer takes over Charlotte Motor Speedway, hilarity ensues
Charlotte Chase race to visit with some old friends such as Roush Fenway Racing owner Jack Roush, FOX Sports' Rutledge Wood and Lee Spencer , and even NASCAR president Mike Helton. During his trip, Mr. Excitement tried to persuade prez Helton to let him drive
Will Stewart-Haas Racing Become The NASCAR Edition of Jersey Shore?
bottom. Now, the 2004 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion is the most coveted free agent in the garage. As FOXSports.com's Lee Spencer reports, Busch already has been offered a contract extension by his current employer, Furniture Row Racing. And Stewart
Let Them Eat Cake: No Love Lost Between Gordon-Bowyer Crews
NASCAR Is this an invitation for @ClintBowyer on the back of @JeffGordonWeb car? #nascar pic.twitter.com/EnLmvUWit1 — Lee Spencer (@CandiceSpencer) November 9, 2013 As NASCAR Vice President of Competition Robin Pemberton once famously said, "Boys