It is no secret that PRISM Motorsports has become the lightning rod of today’s “start-and-park” debate.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
When it mattered most, Kurt Busch was there to earn the $1,028,309 purse and take home the trophy for the Sprint All-Star Race.
As laps clicked away, Martin Truex Jr. drove away from Greg Biffle to score the win and transfer into the night’s main event.
A deal that looked as if it was not happening has been ironed out and driver Kevin Harvick and team owner Richard Childress could not be happier.
With no points on the line and a testing ban in place by NASCAR, Saturday night’s All-Star Race provides the perfect scenario to try new and experimental parts.
During the Frontstretch live blog for the Talladega race, one of our participants at the track mentioned that he had taken a ride in the pace car.
All-Star Weekend is always a nice change of pace for NASCAR drivers and teams who get to enjoy a pressure-free weekend.
As NASCAR comes home to Charlotte nearly halfway through 2010, it’s difficult to remember so many empty seats at NASCAR events.
It’s NASCAR All-Star Week, meaning it’s late May with temps in the low 80s – and the fish are biting. All’s right in the world.
NASCAR has become so predictable, Al Roker was rumored to have been picking Brian France’s brain (or the people who tell him what to think) for career advice.
Each May, the Sprint All-Star Race is a chance for NASCAR teams and drivers to throw caution to the wind, have fun and put on a great show for the fans.