At least once a week during the NASCAR Sprint Cup race, I hit the replay button on my remote and make this funny noise, “Oooooh! Did you see that?”
Was that really a race at Bristol we watched on Sunday (March 20)? It didn’t seem like one to me. Something was missing.
NASCAR Day 2011 is coming up faster than we realize. Do you have your pin?
I didn’t ask where you are permitted to clap during a NASCAR race, if ever there was such a silly place, I asked when.
This past weekend’s Nationwide Series race was a microcosm of the love/hate relationship of fans in the NASCAR world.
I’m not the naïve NASCAR fan I was. I don’t believe every week will be the one my driver will take the trophy. However, it’s wonderful to know it’s possible.
It’s Daytona. The first race of the year at a track that generates racing unlike any other venue on the circuit. It’s wild. Adventuresome.
I am calling to class all performers who are contracted to sing the Star Spangled Banner at any NASCAR event this year. I wish to go over some basics.
Today’s Season Preview Topic: With no rookies or new teams on the horizon, is it too late for the NASCAR Nationwide Series to survive over the long term?
The last three years, the closest challenger to Jimmie Johnson has experienced a hangover the following year. Should we expect any different from Denny Hamlin?
Every time I turn on the racing report, I am listening to Brian France tell me that in order to be consistent, NASCAR is changing… again.
There’s been increasing criticism in recent years over NASCAR’s TV broadcasts. What do you think is the biggest hurdle these broadcasts have been facing?