The Busch brothers ended 2011 in hot water, for different reasons. How do you expect each one to perform?
Is there a way for NASCAR to cap spending on individual teams, or will that be up to the owners themselves?
This NASCAR offseason brought us a carousel of crew chief changes, with many top teams starting 2012 with a different driver/head wrench combination.
There was no one on the Sprint Cup Series schedule who had a more disappointing season.
Once more, Robby Gordon’s most impressive quality appeared to be keeping his self-owned team operating.
Lots of comments last week about the column, but that figures. Kyle Busch was the subject of a LOT of commentary all over the tube and the Internet.
“Will you give your opinion on Kyle Busch’s chances of maturing into the championship driver that Tony has become?”
Donnie Krejci of Houston wants to know, “Is there going to be a Nationwide race at Rockingham, or just the trucks?”
As for Jimmie Johnson’s comments that IndyCar shouldn’t race on ovals … he’s entitled to his opinion.
When did Kansas become Edwards’s home track when Edwards came from Missouri?
“Why isn’t Junior like the rest of the crybabies and firing crew members, like the right-front tire changer for Sunday’s (Oct. 2) race?”