Roll the tape forward to 2010, three races down, and Kevin Harvick is once again living up to the “Happy” moniker he’s carried for most of his Cup career.
Why do the media insist on placing a rather irritating caveat on NASCAR runner-up interviews each week?
5 – number of cars who failed to finish the Shelby American.
The positive bubble surrounding Jamie McMurray burst in a big way before the halfway point in Sunday’s Shelby American at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
If the motor gremlins return next week, expect Marcos Ambrose to be even more aggressive at Bristol to keep his locked-in spot.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Shelby American at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
If there is a Rodney Dangerfield of NASCAR, it may be Jeff Burton.
On their way to Florida about three weeks back, Andy and Sandy Vertrees stopped at the Potts’s Ranch and dropped off three big boxes of photographs. Andy is one of the three promoters I’ve worked with who have received the Auto Racing Promoter of the Year award – the other two were Bob Daniels and …
The baby boom is on in NASCAR.
Q: First, I am a Dale Earnhardt Jr. fan, but enough is enough. I think it’s time to go and be a car owner and hire Kasey Kahne to drive the No. 88 while he’s available. “It’s loose, it’s loose,” that’s all we hear. I, for one, am tired of the whining. Thanks, just had to vent.
You’ll want this hometown hero Kyle Busch on your roster Sunday – no questions asked.
40% of the NASCAR Nationwide field got no mention on Saturday’s broadcast but what can be done to change this trend?