There are only so many weekends in a calendar year, and COVID-19 has tossed an Ozark into the cesspool in 2020. The various racing sanctioning bodies are doing their damnedest to reschedule their events and sometimes those schedules are going to overlap. Still, I found it a bit disheartening that NASCAR scheduled not one but …
Some of the buzz heading into May and Charlotte Speedweeks has involved which five NASCAR figures would be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Seems like we’ve always had rivalries in motorsports. Even drag racing had Don Garlits and Shirley Muldowney.
Did You Notice? Some questions from my NASCAR media brethren that made me blush this week?
My first week in the States, I watched a “Beyond the Glory” program which focused on NFL quarterback Kurt Warner. Not knowing his story – remember, I’m a transplanted Brit – I was mesmerized by Warner’s meteoric rise from shelf stacker to Super Bowl MVP. Whether you like the guy or not, it would be …
Curtis Turner started out driving well before he was old enough to get a driver’s license. Turner worked to export the local product: moonshine.
Benny Parsons was born in Ellerbe, N.C., on July 12, 1941 – a small town just north of Rockingham.
For Dale Earnhardt fans, the 1986 Daytona 500 is one of the “big ones that got away.”
Defending Daytona 500 champion Pete Hamilton won the first 125-mile qualifier race of ’71 in his new ride, a Plymouth out of Cotton Owens’s shop.