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Carl Edwards’s retribution against Brad Keselowski has already been analyzed, dissected and commented upon at great length. But I’ve got to add my opinion.
The No. 2 car of Kurt Busch managed to win a race, but it was two other stories that stole the show this weekend at Atlanta.
I’ve found photos of Jack Bowsher in a super modified and on the beach/road course at Daytona in the ’50s. But what I remember most was his success in ARCA.
A weekend in Las Vegas turned out lucky for Jimmie Johnson, who took a four-tire gamble on the last pit stop and rode it to victory number two.
On their way to Florida about three weeks back, Andy and Sandy Vertrees stopped at the Potts’s Ranch and dropped off three big boxes of photographs. Andy is one of the three promoters I’ve worked with who have received the Auto Racing Promoter of the Year award – the other two were Bob Daniels and …
Taking the plates off at Auto Club Speedway meant the first “unrestricted” race of the regular season Sunday; and for once, the 2-mile oval didn’t disappoint.
My dissertation about the USAC Stock Car Series race at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Sept. 1964 brought quite a few responses, both in comments on the site and in emails to yours truly. One of those remarked that until it was disbanded after the 1984 season, that series ran on dirt as well as asphalt, …
It was Jimmie Johnson who lost out – his rear-axle failure at Daytona was enough for him to lose his grip atop our poll for the first time since last fall.
I’ve talked about the USAC Stock Car Series before, most notably the road race at Indianapolis Raceway Park and a race at Salem that I had a hand in helping Larry Moore with. One of the best races I ever saw was during that series’ heyday in 1964, when the factories were throwing everything they …
2010 is supposed to start a new era for NASCAR – but Jimmie Johnson may have something to say before we’re all said and done.
New NASCAR spoiler rules are the start of what could be changes to make the Car of Tomorrow handle better. Will better handling lead to better racing?