While he painted a brave face on it over the weekend, Bruton Smith was apparently a bit stung by the size of the crowd that attended Sunday’s race at Bristol.
Throw away the NASCAR rulebook. Punishment is no longer certain – at least not for certain teams.
Brad Keselowski and Matt Kenseth had what appeared to be equally fast cars for the second half of the race, so it came down to which driver wanted it most.
To nobody’s great surprise, the appeals board upheld the penalties assessed against the No. 48 team after Daytona on Tuesday.
For those keeping score, that’s Steve Addington – 1, Darian Grubb – 1.
Some of today’s broadcasters need to dig up a copy of the ‘88 Daytona 500 and watch how the legends of NASCAR broadcasting actually promoted and grew the sport.
Denny Hamlin and Darian Grubb got served up a huge helping of redemption after their humiliations last season.
What did Chad Knaus do to bring down the wrath of NASCAR?
The Daytona International Speedway … putting the “car” back in “carnage.”
With the Top-35 teams in last year’s owner points locked into the race there’s little drama waiting to see who is going to qualify and who’s going home.
Kyle Busch used a David Pearson, patent perfect slingshot pass to get around Tony Stewart coming to the line.
Was the 2011 Cup season a good one, a bad one or a lousy one?