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Topic - Robin Pemberton
NASCAR will not regulate tire pressures at Texas Motor Speedway, and if drivers have tire failures during Sunday's race officials believe they won't be able to blame Goodyear.
The surface of Kansas Speedway got quite the facial earlier this week.
Joe Gibbs understands that NASCAR must enforce the rule book and his team deserved a penalty for an illegal part in Matt Kenseth's engine.
If garage gossip is to be believed, somebody dropped a dime on NASCAR champion Brad Keselowski and his Penske Racing team at Texas Motor Speedway.
One of the key moments in the development of NASCAR's new Sprint Cup car came in a multicar test at Texas last fall.
NASCAR on Tuesday announced competition changes for 2013 that includes the elimination of the top 35 qualifying rule and a reduced field size in the Nationwide Series.
Mark Martin's car went sliding off the track at Michigan International Speedway and crashed sideways into a pit road barrier. The vehicle was pierced by the short, narrow end of the wall, but Martin was able to walk away.
Busted! Too fast entering. Too fast exiting. All NASCAR needed was a police officer writing tickets to make an agonizing race of pit stop speeding penalties complete.
Those Busch brothers can't seem to avoid the spotlight at Darlington Raceway.
Jack Roush once was the most hands-on team owner in the NASCAR garage.
Since the system isn't broken, NASCAR officials have no plans to change it _ at least nothing radical.
Jimmie Johnson admitted Tuesday he was speeding on pit road at Martinsville, and apologized for criticizing NASCAR over his late-race penalty.
Clint Bowyer's NASCAR championship chances were crippled Wednesday when his car failed a follow-up inspection and he was penalized 150 points after winning last weekend's first race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup.
NASCAR warned Richard Childress Racing that Clint Bowyer's car came close to failing inspection after his Chase-clinching drive at Richmond.
NASCAR docked star Carl Edwards 60 Nationwide Series driver points, fined him $25,000 and placed both Edwards and Brad Keselowski on probation through Dec. 31 following their last-lap antics at Gateway International Raceway.
It was unclear what caused the two to confront each other, but NASCAR vice president of competition Robin Pemberton said the governing body would review the matter.
"We felt like at that time they had stepped over the line of what we would consider to be good, aggressive, healthy hard racing," Pemberton said.