As the pre-race activities wrapped up, it became clear Sunday’s race at Bristol was not going to be a sell-out, ending a 55-race streak.
Given the situation he now finds himself in, Brad Keselowski could not have a better teammate than Kurt Busch.
Last season, Kurt Busch won the “Non-Hendrick” championship and on the very early evidence another similar finish certainly doesn’t look out of the question.
With four races on the books so far in 2010, it’s looking like a whole new ballgame in NASCAR. The races have been very good.
This week was an off-week for the Sprint Cup Series, so we take a look at the best of what people had to say after the Carl Edwards-Brad Keselowski debate.
I don’t think NASCAR or the fans were counting on Brad Keselowski’s car pirouetting and crushing its roof in a frightening wreck just four races into 2010.
The first four races of the NASCAR season have offered a variety of tracks. Naturally there was the Daytona 500, one of four plate tracks on the schedule.
We’re forgetting about Kurt Busch winning the Atlanta race as a part of the only Dodge team left in the Cup Series.
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.