Roger Holtsclaw

Roger has over 24 years experience as a mechanic and crew member in NASCAR at many levels including Cup, Nationwide and Truck Series. He has also competed as a driver at many short tracks around the Southeast including one start the USAR Hooter's Pro Cup Series. Roger is now embarking on a motorsports journalism and photography career and is co-owner of HMP Photo. Follow me on Twitter @rogerholtsclaw Email me:

Hamlin wins the battle, Johnson wins the war

Joe Gibbs Racing driver, Denny Hamlin, found the silver lining in a dark cloud of a season. Hamlin ran strong throughout the entire race...

Dillon wins championship amidst controversial finish

Brad Keselowski won the Ford Ecoboost 300, but that win was overshadowed by a championship wrapped in controversy. Austin Dillon struggled with handling problems most...

Hornish wins the pole for the Ford Ecoboost 300

Sam Hornish Jr. who is chasing his first NASCAR championship this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway, is doing everything he can do to accomplish his...

Nationwide Series: The crown jewel of Ford Championship weekend

Ford Championship weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway is arguably the biggest weekend of the NASCAR season. This this the weekend they crown the national series...

Busch wins at Homestead; Crafton captures series title

Matt Crafton captured the 2013 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) title on Friday night at the series season ending race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Truex’s roller coaster season on up swing at Homestead

Since that controversial night at Richmond International Raceway, the season has been a roller coaster for Michael Waltrip Racing driver, Martin Truex Jr. Upon...

Round one to Hornish

Nationwide Series championship contenders, Sam Hornish and Austin Dillon are locked in the closest points battle among NASCAR’s three national series that are closing...

Gordon gets the clock, closes the points gap at Martinsville

Four time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion, Jeff Gordon, scores his first win of the season and eighth career win at Martinsville Speedway on Sunday in the Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500. He is now tied with teammate, Jimmie Johnson, for the most wins at Martinsville among active drivers.

Harvick tries to calm the storm with Richard Childress… or does he?

In the closing laps of the Kroger 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway, Ty Dillon, grandson of Richard Childress, and Kevin Harvick, driver of Richard Childress’s No. 29 Sprint Cup Series car, made contact crashing both trucks.

Darrell Wallace Jr. scores historical win at Martinsville

The last time and only time an African-American driver visited victory lane in a NASCAR national touring series was 1963 when Wendell Scott took the win at Jacksonville. On Saturday at Martinsville Speedway, Darrell Wallace Jr. became the second.

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