Perhaps just the strain of the summer stretch taking its toll, but there seems to be a little bit of frustration boiling over in NASCAR lately.
1. Juan Montoya always wins!
In the next couple of months, we’re going to hear a lot about who’s going to make and who’s not going to make NASCAR’s all-hallowed Chase.
There’s a lot of excrement in NASCAR advertising, a seriously large amount. But the Toyota Sponsafier promotion was anything but that.
TNT’s Wide Open coverage of Daytona is something that should happen far more often.
Jimmie Johnson and Kurt Busch put on a clinic of how to race at the finish, with Johnson using a bumper to give the No. 2 a wiggle with two to go at Loudon.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the LENOX Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H.
I observed an interesting new fashion trend, if it can be called fashion, around Loudon, N.H. this season.
With just one non-top 10 finish in his last nine starts at Loudon, Jimmie Johnson’s a perennial threat for the win.
The Nationwide Series just held its first ever race at Road America to mixed reviews. What did you think of the race and does it deserve a return trip in 2011?
So what can we learn from 110 laps of playing the feud at Sonoma? They say only the strong survive, but in this case strong gets replaced with strongarm.
This season could very well be called the year of the rivalries, and Sunday’s Sonoma race (June 20) lived up to the hype.