I was a bit taken aback by Tony Stewart’s comments after Talladega. If they were intended to be funny, he missed by a wide margin.
Just another silly, contrived and violent plate race … racing that appeals to the least common denominators amongst us.
Late in Saturday race, NASCAR decided to throw a caution for debris, probably thinking it’d help provide the fans with the exciting finish they were demanding.
It wasn’t as bad as Texas, Fontana or Kansas but it surely was Richmond Lite … less action, more boring.
In my most pointed tirades against NASCAR, I’ve been working as a (minor) agent trying to promote change.
Martin Truex Jr. made one last concerted charge at Denny Hamlin with three laps to go but lost grip and slid in behind the No. 11.
I guess what bothers me the most about this year’s list of nominees is a lot of fans simply don’t know who they are.
Greg Biffle slowly stalked and ran down Jimmie Johnson over 30 laps by a tenth or so a circuit before making that final pass.
This is a story about Blake Koch, Rick Ware Racing’s Nationwide Series driver.
There’s nothing wrong with the new NASCAR style of racing that an old short track can’t fix.
Tony Stewart took the lead from Kyle Busch on lap 85 and appeared to be in a class of his own. The rain just sealed the deal.
Sunday (March 18) something remarkable happened on the third restart at Bristol.