0 – autographs signed while racing the Centurion Boats at the Glen. During the red-flag period a fan came out on track to ask Matt Kenseth for his John Hancock.
Kevin Harvick and Juan Pablo Montoya worked out some personal differences in the most public of settings, all while their cars leaked out fluids.
Today’s Centurion Boats at the Glen post-race “coverage” was abysmal, showing just two driver interviews (Tony Stewart and Jeff Gordon) before switching to SportsCenter and its seemingly endless coverage of baseball and football.
Jeff Gordon spun himself out heading into turn 1 with two laps to go, setting up a furious battle between Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards for the win at the Glen.
Although he got a ride in the end, Boris Said wasn’t afraid to voice his frustrations about what NASCAR’s ruling did to his friend and car owner Mark Simo.
It was definitely an up and down day at the Glen for Canada’s favorite road-course driver as Ron Fellows was tapped by Hall of Fame Racing to drive.
Kevin Harvick won his fifth race of the season, continuing a streak of four wins in five Busch Series starts by crossing the line first in the Zippo 200.
Travis Kvapil led 47 of the last 48 laps on his way to the checkered flag in the Toyota Tundra 200 at Nashville Superspeedway.
Earlier this week, it was leaked to the press that Kyle Busch is headed to Joe Gibbs Racing in 2008. Can Kyle Busch and Tony Stewart get along as teammates?
Tim Richmond came into NASCAR reminiscent of the way so many do today. He got his start in open-wheel racing by testing a sprint car for a friend and wound up turning laps faster than the regular driver. At the age of 21, that brief test had him hooked and soon after he won the …
For the record, the new rules are interesting, I am not going to write in Brian France for President in 2008, I have no problem with the CoT and I like Junior.
Frontstretch’s Tony Lumbis sat down with Paul Menard on Friday at Pocono Raceway to discuss the young driver’s season-to-date.