On Saturday afternoon (March 20), ESPN on ABC brought us live coverage of the NASCAR Nationwide Series’ Scotts Turf Builder 300.
The Izod IndyCar Series had their season opener on Sunday in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Since I like all kinds of motorsports, I naturally gave it a watch.
The one major complaint that most viewers and I had is the fact that FOX wasn’t giving potential tire issues at Atlanta the attention that they deserved.
Race number four of the Sprint Cup Series and race number two of the Camping World Truck Series take us to Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Ga.
To FOX’s credit, there was very little mention of Kim Kardashian’s presence at the race.
Sunday’s Shelby American had two cautions thrown due to issues with the caution lights.
Race No. 3 of the Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series schedules brings both series to Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The start of NASCAR Countdown prior to the Stater Brothers 300 was delayed by approximately seven minutes due to a college basketball game.
In Fontana, the status quo returned. Jimmie Johnson had the best car on Sunday, leading eight times for a race-high 101 laps.
Finally, the Daytona 500 came on Sunday. SPEED came on air live at 9 a.m. and from that point there was continuous live coverage from Daytona.
just hope that ESPN’s Nationwide races this year won’t have so much emphasis on Danica Patrick.
On Friday night, SPEED brought us “time-shifted” coverage of the preliminaries of the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown.