With just two races left until the Chase for the Sprint Cup, the NASCAR season is heating up.
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.
The 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule was released yesterday afternoon. Unfortunately, there were no surprises, and you know how I feel about that.
Weird to say, right, that Kevin Harvick leading the points by 300 wasn’t a legitimate NASCAR title contender until his third win of 2010?
We’re heading full steam toward the Dog Days of Summer, but there’s several NASCAR Sprint Cup regulars barking up the wrong tree.
Due to weather delays, some wags will doubtlessly tag Sunday’s race “The 24 Hours of Pocono.”
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway:
Once again you really aren’t going to go wrong with having Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson on your Brickyard roster this week.
Let’s explain why LeBron James’s “decision” will produce better results than Earnhardt Jr.’s choice to break for better ground at Hendrick Motorsports.
My belief is that Brian France’s preoccupation with the Chase is him searching for a legacy of some sort.
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.
Kasey Kahne’s cheat sheet worked wonders with the No. 99 at Chicagoland, Carl Edwards looking like a man possessed in a good way.