Dover’s Monster Mile was more like Monsters, Inc. this past weekend, but the G-rated version still served up a little mixture among the Power Rankings.
Typically, the Monster Mile is notorious for chewing up seasons and spitting them out into the crushing cement of its outside wall. But on a day marked by empty seats and single-file competition, the giant of 1-mile ovals chose to go all 21st century on us instead, using the laser gun accuracy of pit-road timing …
There wasn’t too much squabbling over the initial inductees into NASCAR’s Hall. Yet someday down the road, there will be wailing and gnashing of teeth.
The Track Too Tough to Tame lived up to its reputation Saturday night, as most every car was loaded onto the trailer with at least a Darlington stripe.
The Richmond race is often one of NASCAR’s most competitive. Instead, its 12 lead changes were the fewest all season. Cause for concern, or still a great race?
Richmond reminded us there are plenty of emerging contenders, including winner Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick.
Watching Friday night’s (April 30) NASCAR Nationwide Series race from Richmond was a bit of an eye opener for me. No, I didn’t see some young talent and wonder why a bigger team hasn’t picked him up. I didn’t see a series veteran taking the younger guys to school. Watching the race, I saw just …
In reality, you can probably place your money on Kasey Kahne performing about the same as he had been… likely no better or worse.
Apparently, all is not well in the house of Hendrick and therefore, you may be wise to avoid both Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson this weekend.
Talladega featured a record 88 lead changes and three green-white-checkered attempts. Did that make it one of the best races ever?
The “lottery” that is Talladega these days usually shuffles the Power Rankings around like those ping-pong balls before they’re picked at random.
As we prepare for racing’s semi-annual version of Russian Roulette (Talladega), it’s always nice to take a quick look back before we’re battered by the Big One.