As the first off weekend of the year approaches, it is a great time to take a look back at the first four weeks of the 2010 NASCAR season.
Q: I’ve heard every media member’s reactions to the Carl vs. Brad battle royale but I haven’t heard what Brad [Keselowski] has said since NASCAR’s announcement.
Did You Notice? That while NASCAR fans are broken up about Carl Edwards’s penalty (or lack thereof), the drivers really aren’t all that upset?
Does Dale Earnhardt Jr. need to win in order to bring back NASCAR fans to the tracks and their TV sets?
For sending another driver airborne towards innocent spectators, Carl Edwards received all of three weeks of probation. It was equivalent to a slap on the wrist.
10. Four words: Rental. Car. Drag. Race.
After the announcement came down that Carl Edwards not only wasn’t being suspended, he wasn’t even being docked points or fined, the cellphone lit up.
NASCAR President Mike Helton addressed media Tuesday afternoon following Sunday’s incident between Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
For my money – what little of it I have – the Kobalt Tools 500 at the venerable old Atlanta Motor Speedway was a pretty solid race.
Sunday’s (March 7) Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway quickly reminded fans of the show that NASCAR drivers can produce at some of the circuit’s more senior tracks.
There’s only one word to describe the race’s defining moment that saw Carl Edwards send Brad Keselowski into a violent wreck that flipped the No. 12. Hypocrisy.
The one major complaint that most viewers and I had is the fact that FOX wasn’t giving potential tire issues at Atlanta the attention that they deserved.