Ladies and gentlemen, I’d like to introduce your NASCAR Chasers for 2009.
There have been more defining races at Kansas Speedway than Sunday’s Price Chopper 400 – where everyone left with virtually the status quo.
5 – number of times winner Tony Stewart led the Price Chopper 400 Sunday.
The presumed two-horse race for the title seems to have now opened up to at least a handful of drivers after this weekend’s race at Kansas.
It didn’t take long for the bubble teams to find trouble at Kansas. A lap 7 spin by Paul Menard collected several cars.
With all apologies to 48 fans, a dominating Jimmie Johnson win just bores the snot out of me.
Quite a few of my ramblings in this space generate phone calls and emails from people who remember and revere what happened “back in the day,” but I never expected my dissertation about my first Corvair to bring so many out of the woodwork. I’d rather these folks comment on the website, but I’m glad …
Q: OK, I thought I’d seen it all, but a NASCAR team named Richard Petty Motorsports partnering with a Saudi prince?
For Juan Pablo Montoya, 2009 marks the year that he has become, by every measure, a stock car driver.
As I was perusing the web the other day, I ran across an interesting blog about sponsorship in NASCAR and how it should be geared more towards women.
Unlike the first two Chase tracks that have seen their share of unpredictability, the Kansas Speedway will see the usual suspects up front early and often.
10. How could Tony treat his old car like that!?