Q: Everyone says NASCAR won’t add another road race. But if ISC owned the Montreal circuit, would there magically appear a race north of the border?
For those disillusioned with the state of NASCAR this season, it’s important to understand why things went so well in Montreal.
Jeff Gordon, one of NASCAR’s most popular drivers, is without a full-time sponsor for 2011. Just how troubling is that in the context of the sport as a whole?
During the final off week of the NASCAR season, we’re taking a look at some stars of tomorrow who could potentially make an impact down the road.
Boris Said, if nothing else, seemed exasperated after scoring his first NASCAR victory since 1998. It’s hard to blame him.
Oh la la! What a race in Montreal on Sunday, the type where the fans gave a standing ovation longer than some stayed in the stands at Chicagoland this year.
I guess that means it’s time for the Cup cars to start racing at Montreal, right? Well, not so fast.
Last weekend, the NASCAR Nationwide Series was in Montreal for the fourth running of the NAPA Auto Parts 200 at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
“Finally!” exclaimed Boris Said as he emerged in NAPA Auto Parts 200 victory lane after scoring his first career Nationwide Series victory in Montreal.
FACT – The NASCAR Nationwide Series is going in a better direction than the Cup Series.
Here’s what they all were thinking following the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and the Truck Series race at Chicagoland.
Contrary to what some people think, Darrell Waltrip is knowledgeable about the sport. He did win three championships after all.