Today’s Centurion Boats at the Glen post-race “coverage” was abysmal, showing just two driver interviews (Tony Stewart and Jeff Gordon) before switching to SportsCenter and its seemingly endless coverage of baseball and football.
Although he got a ride in the end, Boris Said wasn’t afraid to voice his frustrations about what NASCAR’s ruling did to his friend and car owner Mark Simo.
Earlier this week, it was leaked to the press that Kyle Busch is headed to Joe Gibbs Racing in 2008. Can Kyle Busch and Tony Stewart get along as teammates?
“Big picture, we didn’t gain many points on Dale [Earnhardt] Jr. today or any of the guys because they ran well. But the other big picture is all the Americans that enjoy Miller Lite with us today, I encourage them to go out to the convenience stores, grocery stores or their pubs, grab a fresh …
Ever since Brian France took over the reins of NASCAR, he has unabashedly stated that two of his primary goals for the future of the sport were as follows: be as popular as the NFL, and capture that elusive creature known as the “casual fan.” Those are undoubtedly mighty ambitious goals for a man who …
This week’s Centurion Boats at the Glen will likely be a different story. Road-course racing isn’t for everyone, with a few drivers normally stealing the show.
After months of speculation, Kyle Busch has finally made his choice. How will he fit in at Joe Gibbs Racing?
It is time to revisit the subject of Robby Gordon: Racecar Driver after his controversial activities in Montreal, Canada last Saturday.
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Editor’s Note: Mike Neff is out this week dealing with a personal situation, so in Full Throttle‘s place, we offer you a special sneak preview. Every Tuesday, our “fan expert” Sonya Grady graces us with her opinions and commentary on everything NASCAR; today, she gives her take on the Robby Gordon fiasco in a special …
Unless you’re a glutton for punishment or one of Kurt Busch’s fans, then you probably found Sunday’s Pennsylvania 500 at Pocono a real snooze-fest.
3 hours, 47 minutes, 55 seconds – Time it took to complete the Pennsylvania 500… but it felt more like an eternity.