With the final off week of the season behind us, it’s time to look ahead to Sunday night’s race in Atlanta, the highlight of Labor Day weekend.
Here’s what they all were thinking following the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and the Truck Series race at Chicagoland.
What is disconcerting is the brazenness of Kyle Busch following both the Nationwide race and Cup race Saturday night when the issue of Keselowski came up.
Kyle Busch set a NASCAR record at Bristol, becoming the first driver to win three national touring races in a weekend. Where does this fit into NASCAR history?
Life is good for Kyle Busch right now. Leaving Bristol, he became the first driver to win all three national touring series races in the same weekend.
Coming off a somewhat tame, yet historic race at Bristol Motor Speedway, the Sprint Cup series heads into their final off weekend of the season.
I’m going through the past weekend’s Bristol NASCAR race broadcasts with a fine-tooth comb.
While hated, Brad Keselowski hasn’t racked up the same amount of vitriol that Kyle Busch has.
If you’re a NASCAR nut, your allegiances to your drivers are strong, and equally so, your dislikes.
Ticket sales at Bristol are sort of like the canary in the coal mine that were once used to signal danger to the miners.
Speaking of Team Red Bull, Vickers’s return, Scott Speed and the addition of Kasey Kahne in 2011 has left three drivers under contract for next season.
Nationwide Series fans should be accustomed to Cup drivers setting meaningless milestones in the minor leagues and Friday’s Food City 250 was no exception.