I think it would be a travesty for Martinsville to lose a date when the 2011 calendar is released next season.
Read on to see if John Andretti would start putting nails in Team Red Bull’s coffin or if Scott Speed came through in this edition of the Bubble Breakdown.
In the end it was Virginia-native Denny Hamlin who was able to hold off Johnson on a green/white/checkered finish to score his third win of 2009.
Frontstretch would like to take this opportunity to welcome our newest Driver Diary contributor, Marcos Ambrose.
I think you get the picture. It’s long been a contention of this writer that NASCAR legislates parity too much.
There were times in my race officiating career when I was told that I was “a little quick” sometimes to throw the caution flag. I usually responded that I’d much rather throw a quick caution than to wait too long or not to throw one when it was needed. One of the last ASA races …
Why has Jimmie Johnson and his Lowe’s team won the last three championships? Logic here says it’s because the tracks play to their strengths. I say otherwise.
Reading between the lines, it would be reasonable for one to assume that Mark Martin should not expect any favors from Juan Pablo Montoya in the future.
This last Tuesday, Burger King and Tony Stewart held a very special live “web event.”
This week it’s a trip to the famed Martinsville Speedway, where the only thing more famous than the hot dogs is the close-quarters racing.
10. Who creeps you out the most? The Burger King “King” or Brian France?
Steve Park’s return to NASCAR’s top-three series in the Camping World Trucks next week will mark over a year since he has competed at this level.