Tom Higgins: All those who observe Christmas likely have a favorite memory of the holiday. Please permit me to once again share mine.
Brian Scott will drive Richard Childress Racing's No. 2 Chevrolet in the Nationwide Series, replacing Elliott Sadler, who has moved to Joe Gibbs Racing.
Tom Higgins: Best NASCAR brawl ever? It has to be the one involving Mrs. Lee Petty.
Tom Higgins: With their Super Bowl on the line, driver Darrell Waltrip, crew chief Buddy Parrott and team owner Bill Gardner huddled to call a final play.
Jim Utter: Brian Vickers plans to run for a Nationwide Series title with Joe Gibbs Racing in 2013.
Jim Utter: TV ratings have always had their minor ups and downs, but anytime one-fifth of the viewing audience goes missing is a time for concern.
Jim Utter: Shane Wilson will take over as crew chief for RCR's No. 31 Chevrolet team and driver Jeff Burton.
Tom Higgins' Scuffs: Jimmy Carter, George Wallace, Ollie North, Bob Dole ... elections elicit memories of many a politician's practice laps.
Tom Higgins: "Those people criticizing (Dale Earnhardt Jr.) don't know what they're talking about and they ought to be ashamed," Buddy Baker says.
Jim Utter: Amanda James, the daughter of former NASCAR star Fred Lorenzen, applauds Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Tom Higgins: They'd have been racing four abreast, but Charlotte Motor Speedway just wasn't wide enough on Oct. 17, 1965.
Big Buddy won three straight 500s at the ultra-fast speedway, and he likely would have had a record fourth-in-a-row except for a fuel miscalculation by his pit crew.
Chris Economaki was a motorsports authority, a trickster, larger than life and once in a while unintentionally hilarious.
Jim Utter: Furniture Row Racing announces that Kurt Busch is in and Regan Smith is out for the 2013 Sprint Cup season.
Tom Higgins: New Hampshire was choking through a heat wave when the Cup series arrived in 1993 and air conditioning was the exception rather than the rule.
Scott Fowler: Tony Stewart is lurking. And that might be an understatement.
Jim Utter: Larry McReynolds doesn't think a change in crew chiefs will change Danica Patrick's fortunes.
Walter 'Bud' Moore is both a racing legend and an American war hero. You can meet him Oct. 14.
Jenna Fryer: As he clung to his championship chances, IndyCar driver Ryan Hunter-Reay saw past his own motives to the bigger picture.
Tom Higgins: The great hope was for Richard Petty to go out in a blaze of glory. Instead, NASCARs greatest star went out in a blaze.
Jim Utter: Rockingham Speedway's Andy Hillenburg is being recognized by the motorsports media.
Tom Higgins: Dale Jarrett won the Daytona 500 three times, but the former champion ranks the thrilling victory at Michigan International Speedway in 1991 as his favorite.
Tom Higgins: Tim Richmond's win at the inaugural Bud at The Glen is enshrined at Seneca Lodge as a tire from his winning car still hangs on the wall.
Will we ever know what really happened to suspended Sprint Cup Series driver A.J. Allmendinger?
The tribute to the Allisons on July 18, 1993 will long be a mesmerizing memory.
Tom Higgins: On Aug. 5, 1995, Dale Earnhardts delight matched the previous year's disappointment at The Brickyard.
Jim Utter: Now that driver A.J. Allmendinger has been indefinitely suspended for failing a random drug test, what happens next?
Tom Higgins: Rick Mast's pole win for NASCAR's first race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway still ranks among stock car racing's biggest upsets.
Everyone has a theory about NASCAR driver A.J. Allmendinger's random drug test.
Tom Higgins: It was 16 years ago that Ernie Irvan displayed resiliency that went beyond remarkable, winning the Jiffy Lube 300 after returning from a horrific crash in 1994.
Tom Higgins: A series of events brought a surprising victory to Bobby Allison and made that Fourth Of July battle 25 years ago one of the most memorable summertime shows in Daytona's history.
Tom Higgins: Sure, Matt Kenseths pending departure from Roush Fenway Racing is a major development.
Jim Utter: Kevin Harvick didn't mince words on the radio last week and he didn't again Thursday in the media center at Kentucky Speedway.
Tom Higgins: As Dale Earnhardt, Jr. snapped his winless streak, I thought back about 17 years.
Tom Sorensen: I've never been around an athlete as unaffected by his fame as Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Tom Higgins: It was a race in which Rusty Wallace scored a sensational, thriller of a "triple" at Michigan International Speedway.
Jim Utter: After tire testing at the "new" Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, Tony Stewart says there will be less room to race.
Tom Higgins: I have always read and heard and been told that Time marches on. Not that it rushes on.
Jim Utter: Team owner James Finch said he has a come to Jesus meeting planned with driver Kurt Busch.
Officials at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte believe they've found cures for the common summer.