Jeff Gluck

Motorsports Editor

The 2012 season marked Motorsports Editor Jeff Gluck's ninth year covering NASCAR and his sixth on a full-time basis. He's attended nearly 200 Sprint Cup races for various publications. Prior to his NASCAR writing, he worked for newspapers covering "stick-and-ball sports" at every level, from high school football to college basketball to the Super Bowl. Gluck, a California native and University of Delaware graduate, is a past vice president of the National Motorsports Press Association. In 2011 and 2012, he was named one of's "Twitter 100," which recognizes the top 100 people in sports to follow on Twitter.


Goodbye SB Nation, and thanks

After three years at SB Nation, this is motorsports editor Jeff Gluck's last post for the site.

Start times for Daytona 500, Speedweeks announced

The 55th annual Daytona 500 will begin at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 24.

And the top 10 die-cast cars of 2012 are...

NASCAR Lionel Collectables released its list of the 10 best-selling cars, and there are no surprises at the top.

Video: Kyle Busch dances to 'Gangnam Style'

Out of all the drivers to do a Gangnam Style dance and post it to YouTube, would you have guessed Kyle Busch would be the one to do it?

Pearson: Leading the most laps doesn't matter

NASCAR Hall of Famer David Pearson says drivers should save their equipment for later in the race instead of using it up early, citing Kyle Busch as proof.

NASCAR shakes up lower series leadership positions

NASCAR names new series directors for Nationwide, Camping World Trucks in 2013.

Kligerman moves up to Nationwide Series with KBM

Parker Kligerman is the new driver at Kyle Busch Motorsports.

John Wes Townley lands top-tier Truck ride

The Chicken Man will drive Red Horse Racing's No. 7 Truck next season.

Silly Season: Which rides are still open?

Halfway through December, most NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams have already announced their driver lineups for 2013.

Eury Jr. focused on new team, not angry at JRM

Tony Eury Jr. says his relationship with cousin Dale Earnhardt Jr. is in "good shape" despite how the crew chief's tenure at JR Motorsports ended.

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