With news coming this week that AJ Allmendinger’s “B” sample came up positive, who was first in line to jump on the ‘Dinger’s bandwagon? That’s right, ‘ol Meth Mouth himself, Jeremy Mayfield. “I don’t see how any man, if he’s got any (manhood) at all, can go and take what he’s fixing to have to …
Could Daytona be the turning point in Kurt Busch’s career and his life in general?
Kevin Harvick says that there are simply too many facts missing right now.
Did You Notice? How the US Army’s departure from NASCAR puts the focus on the No. 88 car manned by the sport’s Most Popular Driver?
Which of the smaller teams has been most impressive in 2012 and why?
Not much has affected the No. 48 team in 2012, but even Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus were powerless against superspeedway racing.
The weekend’s big loser was AJ Allmendinger. If you were on vacation, he was suspended from driving in the Firecracker after failing a random drug test.
The 2012 grave for ‘Dinger will officially be dug this week, when NASCAR tests his “B” sample after a failed drug test got him pulled from Daytona.
If there’s a way to describe Sam Hornish Jr.’s stint as a fill-in driver for the suspended AJ Allmendinger on Saturday at Daytona, it’s a good soldier.
Kurt Busch ran very well Saturday night. But, he grew inpatient with the follow the leader, two-line style of racing that most of Saturday’s race consisted of.