NASCAR is considering a move to two-day shows in 2010 as a cost-cutting measure for teams. Will this help teams and keep the fans happy?
Surprise, surprise… Jimmie Johnson is the early favorite to win the Cup Series title. The three-time defending Chase champ dominated the AAA 400 at Dover.
This week, for the second time in three years, a developmental driver (Ryan Truex) in the NASCAR Camping World East Series won the championship.
3 – number of times winner Jimmie Johnson led the AAA 400 Sunday.
Coming into Dover, Juan Montoya averaged a 24.4 average finish with just one top 10 in five starts, but closed out Sunday with a solid fourth place.
As the NASCAR season begins winding down, time is running out for Scott Speed’s Red Bull No. 82 team to get a guaranteed spot for the first five races in 2010.
It seems there is some sort of FedHex on any car that sports the famous UPS logo. Not anything dangerous, mind you; just something that makes racecars slow.
I was going to head this column, “Getting There is Half the Fun,” but the above seemed more appropriate. Back in the ’60s, I owned a 1965 Corvair. Loved it.
A lot has been said about the timing of the caution flag on the closing lap of Sunday’s race as AJ Allmendinger spun on the frontstretch.
The Jeremy Mayfield saga took an ugly turn for the worse Monday with the news that sworn testimony had been gathered from four men that claim to have first-hand knowledge that Mayfield did use methamphetamine on a regular basis. The three affidavits and one deposition adds credence to similar claims of drug abuse previously made …
Lots going on in the NASCAR world. Let’s hear from ya.
From magic to monsters, this week the Sprint Cup Series heads to Dover to tackle another 1-mile oval that bears no resemblance to the flat track of Loudon.