For the first time in 2012, the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide series will make the necessary right turns that constitute racing at the sport’s road courses.
If there would be two words to describe Michigan this coming weekend, after the recent repave, then those words would be super fast.
The probable and possible challengers for Tony Stewart’s crown are emerging.
I’d wager that if you remember anything about the 2012 Daytona 500, you have visions of the Target car sliding out of control into a yellow jet dryer.
Did You Notice? Ryan Newman’s wacky pattern of “upset” victories?
Here are two drivers to watch and three drivers who might just need to watch out as we head to Bristol Motor Speedway.
OK, the drivers of the trucks should wear firesuits, that is a no-brainer. But do we REALLY need an extra pace car following behind the dryers?
Did You Notice? The alliteration for 2012 Daytona Speedweeks was Demolition Derby?
The Daytona International Speedway … putting the “car” back in “carnage.”
This style of racing is dangerous, plain and simple. And wasn’t electronic fuel injection supposed to eliminate the need for a restrictor plate?
After the track was finally deemed safe for racing at around midnight ET, it was Matt Kenseth who emerged victorious.