Earlier this week, it was suggested by Frontstretch‘s Managing Editor Thomas Bowles that racetracks in general and Lowe’s Motor Speedway specifically may have been made, or re-made, too fast for NASCAR Nextel Cup racecars. At the risk of being fired, hung, drawn and quartered, chopped into little bits and the little bits jumped upon until …
After a debacle that included a safety truck stuck in the middle of the track as the green flag waved, what should be done to improve NASCAR officiating?
Sometimes – and it only happens about three times a year – something happens on the track that evokes the best and worst out of all the fans that follow NASCAR week in, week out. It usually involves one or two of the most popular drivers, and it induces opinions fed by loyalty, which at …
With Johnson, Earnhardt Jr., Gordon and Hamlin all in incidents caused by non-Chase drivers, is it time for a separate points system for NASCAR’s Chasers?
10. No. 24: “Junior bumped me, Junior bumped me, Junior bumped me again. Tell NASCAR to make Junior stop bumping me, If Junior bumps me again, I’m telling!”
Brian Vickers. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jimmie Johnson. Talladega. Discuss.
This week’s edition of Voices is taking a break from all things related to the Chase. Instead I’m going to talk about a different type of racing, a type catching steam in my very own hometown.
Was this week’s race at Kansas just an aberration, or are we finally beginning to see one of the “cookie-cutter” tracks provide good racing?
Using the cleverest invention to be thought of by mankind, statistics, I have come up with a new way to evaluate those lucky enough to be in NASCAR’s Chase.
8. You will be wrongfully terminated from Richard Childress Racing just for uttering the words sucking or bleeding.
After their performance the first two races, is RCR now the team to beat in this Chase? If that’s true, who’s got the upper hand – Jeff Burton or Kevin Harvick?
So, as the grand poombah of NASCAR, what would I do? First and foremost, I would “tweak” the Chase… tweak it to the point that it no longer exists.