Scott Huler, former Piedmont laureate, is a journalist in Raleigh, North Carolina, and author of several books of nonfiction, including "A Little Bit Sideways: One Week Inside a NASCAR Winston Cup Race Team."
March 17, 2021 -
Water being delivered by truck in Mississippi's capital city. The electrical grid collapse in Texas. The hacking of a Florida water treatment plant. All of these appear at first glance to be infrastructure failures, but at their root is a failure of politics.
June 19, 2020 -
Following nationwide protests over racism, a public call by African-American driver Bubba Wallace got NASCAR to ban displays of the Confederate flag from its events. The business has seen that its customers may be growing weary of at least overt racism, and it's finally responding.