Hello, race fans and welcome to my weekly TV critique. This past weekend, the three top NASCAR series were all in Dover, Del. for a tripleheader.
We had the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ Showtime Southern 500 on Saturday night. Mike Joy, Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds had the call for FOX.
This past weekend, the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide series were both at Richmond International Raceway near Richmond, Va.
Considering fans’ reaction to any late-race yellow flag, we’re shocked throwing the caution for Bobby Labonte’s one-car incident isn’t getting more press.
This past Friday, Saturday and Sunday (April 23-25) Talladega Superspeedway was our focus, with the “Aaron’s Dream Weekend” playing host to three major races.
Parker Kligerman may have been the ARCA Re/MAX Series runner-up last season, but his association with Roger Penske has him bursting onto the national scene.
This weekend, the action was at the Texas Motor Speedway in Justin, Texas, just a few miles north of Fort Worth.
Two driver changes, one each in NASCAR’s Cup and Nationwide divisions, were announced Tuesday (April 13).
On Friday night (April 9), ESPN2 broadcast the NASCAR Nationwide Series Bashas’ Supermarkets 200 from Phoenix International Raceway.
Saturday brought the Nationwide Series to Nashville Superspeedway for their fifth race of the season. This event was televised on ESPN as opposed to ESPN2.
This past weekend, the Sprint Cup and Camping World Truck series were both at Martinsville Speedway for the Goody’s Fast Relief 500 and Kroger 250.
Kevin Harvick led a race-high 187 of the 250 laps on his way to the victory in Saturday afternoon’s Kroger 250 at Martinsville.