We’re seeing a case of being damned if you do and damned if you don’t this week. NASCAR decided to call the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona after 112 laps on Sunday and after the third of three red flags because of rain. Aric Amirola picked up his first Cup win and the first for …
I do a lot of surfing on the web, and as you might expect, most of it involves discussions about motorsports on Facebook, etc. Those who have read my stuff for a while no doubt realize I’m something of an old fart and I miss those days when things were simpler. I’ve realized I’m not …
This week reader Dan Tinney asks, By how much did Austin Dillon’s car fail post-race inspection at Kentucky? What is the allowable tolerance?
Don Wolf emails to ask “Just wondering what has happened to Dale Jarrett. Since he left the booth I have not seen or heard anything about him. Is he OK?”
If the intention of the timing lines on pit road were to keep everyone safer, why are teams given the location of the timing lines at all?
What did you think of all those problems with turn 1 at Pocono before they started Cup qualifying?
“Why wasn’t Tony Stewart fined for reckless driving in the pit area on pit road during this year’s World 600?”
While I hate that TV focuses on one car, couldn’t this be blamed on NASCAR since they don’t want wide shots with all of those empty seats?”
What are your feelings about the new Indy car and would you have done anything different if you were in charge?
Seriously, the subject of speeding or reckless driving in the pits has always been a big peeve of mine.
“I was just wondering if there is or will be a penalty for Danica Patrick after her retaliation on Sam Hornish Jr. in the Nationwide race at ‘Dega?
Billy G. in Sioux City wants to know how I feel about Travis Pastrana’s comment in regard to finishing behind “…the two girls” in last week’s Nationwide race.