Jim Pedley, Managing Editor
Jim Pedley is a veteran, award-winning sports journalist who has worked at, among other places, the Boston Globe, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and the Kansas City Star. He's a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Arts in History.
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By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
Following Sunday’s Sprint Cup race at Talladega Superspeedway, driver Tony Stewart took the time to “answer” a series of questions from reporters.
Stewart, who did not have a good day on the track, broke out his best schtick.
So please, ladies and germs, a big RT welcome for Tonnneeeyyyy Stewart:
ON THE RACE
NASCAR announced that the annual NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards – and all Champion’s Week activities – will return to Las Vegas, Nev., and remain there for the next three years.
For the fourth-consecutive season, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards will take place at Wynn Las Vegas on Friday, Nov. 30, a culmination of a […]
Sammy Swindell led all 30 laps to claim Night 2 of the Outlaw Thunder presented by Goodyear at Eldora Speedway.
The victory marked the fifth consecutive race that the championship standings have swapped between him and Donny Schatz.
“If you’re looking at the points, we could have a big lead if we just hadn’t gotten in a […]
Be it because of circumstances, or gut feelings or the cosmic vibes created by the “super moon”, there is a feeling going around that this could be the day that Dale Earnhardt Jr. busts out of his long, long victory drought.
It’s a drought that has been going on now for almost four years. It’s a […]
The heat is on and that likely means tandems are off for the Sprint Cup cars at Talladega Superspeedway this weekend.
Or, perhaps not.
Summer does not officially begin for another month. But with high temperatures approaching 90 degrees in north central Alabama this weekend, NASCAR drivers and teams are having to deal with the effects of […]
Ohio native Chad Kemenah got his first World of Outlaws victory since 2009 Friday when he won Night 1 of the Outlaw Thunder presented by Goodyear.
“We got lucky there,” he said after an emotional appearance in Victory Lane. “You don’t want to win like that, but we’ve given some away so I’m not complaining. A […]
Townsend Bell will attempt to qualify for the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race in a car prepared by the team owned by former driver Sam Schmidt. In 2012, Bell will drive the No. 99 BraunAbility/Schmidt Pelfrey Motorsports Dallara/Honda/Firestone car.
Bell will be a teammate to Frenchman Simon Pagenaud who drives the No. 77 Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports car […]
A wild finish, the right words, some genuine emotions and just like that the Busch brothers were not only removed from racedom’s most-hated list, but actually placed on the wonderfully sympathetic list. How long they stay on the WSL is, of course, another question.
Because while Americans can get quite sappy over things like puppies, babies with […]
By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
The television show “Top Gear” is crude, condescending, intellectually dishonest, contradictory, pretentious and self-important. Its three hosts are churlish, arrogant and bellicose. “Top Gear” is also – in spite of, and, undoubtedly because of all of the above – extremely entertaining.
In fact, it may be the best show on television […]
Ricky Taylor and Max Angelelli returned to Victory Lane in the Grand Prix of Miami on Sunday. The two co-drove their SunTrust/Wayne Taylor Racing Corvette Daytona Prototype car to victory for the first time in the Rolex GRAND-AM Sports Car Racing in 2012 and they did it in the rain.
In the GT […]