How will NASCAR, in 2012, try to draw more fans to more events so these attendees might spend more money?
During a press conference at Atlanta, Tony Stewart mentioned that he’d been considering Mark Martin as a “co-driver” to Danica Patrick for the 2012 season.
Is Danica good for the sport? NO! The sport is good for Danica and Danica’s bottom line, end of story.
Recent events surrounding NASCAR have oddly paralleled recent events in the news, especially with regard to geological and metrological concerns.
Now that I’m back at home, Firebase Beckwith, I can provide for you my latest creation: the Ups and Downs of NASCAR 2011.
Where is the old Bristol, Bruton, and what the hell can you do to bring it back before people stop coming?
Danica Patrick is good for NASCAR. What’s not good for anyone is Danicamania.
With four races remaining, is Brad Keselowski a lock for one of the two wildcard spots?
If we have to have Danica, we need a rival for her as well and that is where my plan is genius in its simplicity.
What is it about Watkins Glen that brings out the complete inability in men to engage in mortal combat?
Kurt Busch and Jimmie Johnson got into it at Pocono, rekindling the flames on their old rivalry. Who came out with an edge
*Did Carl Edwards make the right decision in re-signing with Roush Fenway?*
After months of rampant speculation about where Carl Edwards would be driving in 2012, the 2011 Sprint Cup Series points leader opted this week to stay loyal to Roush Fenway Racing and remain with the organization, spurning Joe Gibbs Racing. Edwards and a potential Home Depot sponsorship at JGR may have certainly been appealing, but when it comes to winning races, this was a no-brainer. In seven full seasons with Roush Fenway, Edwards has amassed 19 wins, 79 top 5s and 126 top 10s while becoming the face of the organization and one of the most appealing drivers for fans and sponsors alike.