Melissa Wright

I've been a freelance writer covering Motorsports for over a decade and a half. My column, "Over the Wall". has been my main feature focusing on the unsung heroes in racing. If I'm not trackside; I spend my time volunteering with several veteran based non-profit organizations such as: Team Rubicon, One Tr1be Foundation as well as The American Red Cross. Also, I'm the secretary at The Hour Glass Initiative where we focus on mental health and suicide prevention.

Over the Wall with Joey Meier 

Joey Meier is best known today as the pilot for Dale Earnhardt Jr. but his journey into the NASCAR world began as a child. He was raised in a racing family in Marathon, Florida, where his dad, Freddy, raced on the beaches of Daytona and then famously qualified for the final race held on Daytona Beach in 1958. 

Over the Wall with the RCR No. 8 Pit Crew

This year the All-StarRace Pit Crew Challenge is presented by Mechanix Wear at North Wilkesboro Speedway. The team pit crews play a vital role in every race, but none more so than this weekend.

Over the Wall with Josh Sobecki 

Josh Sobecki is a 37-year-old veteran crewman who grew up in Kensington, Pennsylvania and now resides in the Winston-Salem, North Carolina area with his wife, Nicole and their two sons, Caden (8) and Grayson (3).

Speed Takes on Miles to Fight Two Causes and That Speaks Volumes

Go Green Racing is making their third NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start of the season this weekend. (Tim Andrews made the debut) with Scott Speed who will be piloting the No. 79 Ford Fusion Sunday afternoon at Dover International Raceway.

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