15. Jeff Gordon never worked in a Chinese sweat shop.
Earlier this year a trusted colleague, more connected than myself, told me to hold on. NASCAR as we have come to know it is in for some big changes.
Kyle Busch set a NASCAR record at Bristol, becoming the first driver to win three national touring races in a weekend. Where does this fit into NASCAR history?
I still don’t like Extenze’s product, their endorser Johnson or their commercials, but I do admire their loyalty to Kevin Conway.
4. They got tired of NASCAR officials scrutinizing their car every week for an “oversized driveshaft.”
NEVER, in all my years as a fan or a writer, have I ever heard anyone mention the chassis that their driver, or one they hate, was driving!
Kasey Kahne is officially headed to Red Bull Racing for the 2011 season. Does the move make sense and at whose expense will it be?
The crash in question is being marketed by the sport as “The hardest hit in the history of NASCAR.”
Following a nasty wreck for Elliott Sadler at Pocono, there was an outcry about the lack of a SAFER barrier at the point where Sadler hit.
10. Jack Roush
While Trevor Bayne has captured two poles in a row at ORP, he may not have that opportunity at Gateway in the usual sense.
NASCAR has said there will be a major schedule overhaul in 2011, with one proposal that includes the season finale at Daytona.