HAMPTON, Ga. — Pardon this get-off-my-lawn outburst, but I’ve had it up to my rear spoiler with all this stuff. Read the full story
HAMPTON, Ga. — Brad Keselowski’s status was “uncertain.” That was the report coming from the garage area Saturday, and it streamed along the “crawl” on the sports networks with the scores, the updates on English soccer and just how naughty an NFL owner may or may not have been. Read the full story
TALLADEGA — Darrell Waltrip vividly recalls his first visit to Talladega Superspeedway in 1972 for his first career start in NASCAR’s premier series. Read the full story
HAMPTON, Ga. — Brad Keselowski’s status was “uncertain.” That was the report coming from the garage area Saturday, and it streamed along the “crawl” on the sports networks with the scores, the updates on English soccer and just how naughty an NFL owner may or may not have been.
TALLADEGA — Darrell Waltrip vividly recalls his first visit to Talladega Superspeedway in 1972 for his first career start in NASCAR’s premier series.
HAMPTON, Ga. — Clint Bowyer is something of a treasure for the folks who orbit around Planet NASCAR armed with notepads and microphones.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Russell Branham, Talladega Superspeedway’s director of public relations and consumer marketing, was presented the Ken Patterson Helping Others Award at the 2019 National Motorsports Press Association annual convention.
TALLADEGA — Aric Almirola won the race and then he sent the “awwwww” factor into overdrive with his kids Alex and Abby joining him in Victory Lane and at postrace media obligations.
TALLADEGA — Brad Keselowski struggled to a 27th-place finish Sunday at the 1000bulbs.com 500, and that may cost him a spot in the next round of the playoffs.
TALLADEGA — After four straight top-eight finishes at the last four Talladega Superspeedway Cup races, Aric Almirola took the checkered flag Sunday afternoon at the 1000bulbs.com 500.
The 1000bulbs.com 500 is set for 1 p.m. today at Talladega Superspeedway. WVTM-13 will carry NBC's television broadcast. Check back often for race commentary and updates from The Anniston Star's Joe Medley.
TALLADEGA — Barely had dusk descended upon Talladega Superspeedway on that 2011 spring day, and Clint Bowyer was already being suggested as the answer to a NASCAR trivia question:
TALLADEGA — The Golden State Warriors cut down the nets after another championship, then three months later they deflate the basketballs and leave the NBA. The Philadelphia Eagles win the Super Bowl, and they put a padlock on the locker room and declare everybody a free agent.
TALLADEGA — Aric Almirola would've loved to have a nice, easy race at Talladega. He would've loved to have a spot in the next round of the playoffs locked up.
TALLADEGA — Race car driver Lyn St. James first appeared in The Anniston Star sports pages in 1979.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Tom Roberts, a Guntersville resident, worked with and for Roger Penske for 23 years as public relations representative, much of that time with Rusty Wallace. He shares with The Star his thoughts on the man he calls “RP.”
Thirty years ago, Ken Schrader won his first NASCAR Cup-level race, in Talladega’s second race of the 1988 season. Though he hasn’t competed full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series since 2006, the affable 63-year-old Schrader continues to race nearly every week on short tracks all …
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — NASCAR driver Clint Bowyer made an appearance in Nashville this past week to promote the Talladega Superspeedway’s annual fall race.