Sunday’s coverage at Watkins Glen is proof that ESPN, the self-proclaimed “Worldwide Leader in Sports,” has made significant strides.
Points leader Todd Bodine took the checkered flag ahead of Austin Dillon to win the Nashville 200 Saturday night at Nashville Superspeedway.
Following a nasty wreck for Elliott Sadler at Pocono, there was an outcry about the lack of a SAFER barrier at the point where Sadler hit.
NASCAR now has three races on its plate that can be reassigned to other racetracks without increasing the length of the schedule in either series.
Elliott Sadler had the very definition of a hero-to-zero weekend.
An old-school element came into play here. Due to ESPN’s live coverage of the Ricoh Women’s British Open, NASCAR Countdown was pushed to ESPN2.
Elliott Sadler took the checkered flag 0.445 seconds ahead of Kasey Kahne to win the inaugural Pocono Mountains 125 Saturday afternoon at Pocono Raceway.
This weekend, the Camping World Truck Series rolls into the hills of Pennsylvania for the series debut at Pocono Raceway.
Mike Neff caught up with 18-year-old Nick Hoffman, who was on the verge of making his debut in the Camping World Truck Series for Mike Mittler.
ESPN did not mention the rain hurry-up until after the last commercial break of NASCAR Countdown, 24 minutes in Saturday at ORP.
After nearly a year of waiting, Ron Hornaday Jr. returned to victory lane Friday night (July 23) in the AAA Insurance 200 at O’Reilly Raceway Park.
Timothy Peters powered his Toyota around the 0.686-mile track in 22.522 seconds at a speed of 109.653 mph.