10. Michigan TV race ratings reportedly up – another sign of the end times.
If we have to have Danica, we need a rival for her as well and that is where my plan is genius in its simplicity.
BSNews recently had the opportunity to sit down with Carl Edwards, discussing his possible move to the broadcast booth for the Nationwide Series in 2012.
8. The surprise of remembering that Juablo was in NASCAR.
“We’re moving forward like normal,” Camp said, when I asked him to address many fans’ fears of the speedway closing down. “We’re planning for events in 2012 and trying to do anything we can to get butts in the seats and get more fans to come and see races here at Nashville Superspeedway. We are not alone in this softness in attendance, it has affected all NASCAR tracks, so we are just working hard to get people out here and are optimistic that 2012 will be an improvement on 2011 and we’ll get this ship turned around and headed in the right direction.”
Liar! OK, maybe that is a little harsh. I ‘spose they are planning for _some kind_ of events at Nashville, but Camp damn sure knew it wasn’t going to be NASCAR, as yesterday’s announcement of (essentially) Nashville’s closing clearly demonstrates.
Turns out I did not find any loathing this past weekend at Nashville Superspeedway – unless it was for the sun and super hot temperatures.
10. Stock car events at Lucas Oil Raceway.
I have come to the conclusion that the only people who come close to the talents of political spin correspondents are the ones who cover NASCAR.
“As a team owner in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, I know pleasing fans is a top priority because, without the fans, there’d be no NASCAR.” – Dale Earnhardt Jr.
The race at Kentucky Speedway was overshadowed by fan complaints about traffic, parking and concessions. Who is responsible for the fiasco?
10. No refunds.
Will Kurt Busch’s No. 22 team be a threat for the championship come Chase time or will they self-destruct once again?