Even though I was enthralled with the on-track action, there were still some race telecasts to be critiqued. Two of them, to be exact.
Welcome to year four (for me, at least) of race telecast critiquing.
Boris Said sat down with our Phil Allaway to dish about the Rolex 24, his time in stock car racing and so much more.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – On Saturday (Jan. 28), Grand-Am Road Racing officially announced the creation of a new series that will act as the tertiary division for the organization. The series will simply be referred to as “B-Spec.” The new B-Spec class is designed to be a very inexpensive way for brand new organizations to …
We hope that you enjoy this year’s 50th running of the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
When the track opened up for practice at 10 a.m. Thursday morning (Jan. 26), the teams were ready and raring to go.
Today, we continue with the Grand Touring (GT) class.
Yesterday, we brought you a look at the 13 teams set to battle it out in the Daytona Prototype class. Today, we start on the Grand Touring (GT) class.
This year’s Rolex 24 is shaping up to be quite huge. Today, we’ll cover the Daytona Prototype entries.
The first half of Brian Scott’s season was marked by a series of decent top-15 runs.
2011 was a year in which Dave Blaney finally got back to driving the full distance in most races.
Welcome back to Talking NASCAR TV, where race telecasts come to be praised, questioned, skewered and fricasseed.