Remember Trevor Bayne? Daytona 500 champion? New face of NASCAR? The driver who disappeared from NASCAR?
BSNews reports that Brian France, Head Master of NASCAR, recently held a secret meeting with the parents of several popular figures within the sport.
I would put David Ragan back in the lineup this weekend. He has a pair of top 10s in eight starts there and the Roush cars are always strong in the Irish Hills.
The tricky triangle in the Pocono Mountains threw the competitors some curveballs this spring, the unique three-turn track paired with the return of shifting.
Pocono only confirmed what every observer out there is well aware of, that NASCAR is desperately trying to play two games at once.
Champagne showered down on Jeff Gordon at Pocono, marking his second Cup victory of 2011 and the first multi-win season in four years for the Rainbow Warrior.”
In late-breaking news this morning (June 10), Jim Noble from SIRIUS is reporting that Juan Pablo Montoya threatened legal action against Ryan Newman.
This week, the series heads to the tricky triangle of Pocono Raceway. The 2.5-mile track usually lends itself to long green-flag runs.
Despite reports declaring that the “Great Recession” is over and that America is poised for economic recovery, recent events in NASCAR would prove otherwise.
After a Monday shakeup at Stewart-Haas Racing, any thought Ryan Newman would take his technical and driving talent somewhere else has been wiped away.
So close yet so far aptly sums up David Ragan’s night in the Coca-Cola 600.
Even on a quiet All-Star night, enough contenders pulled away from pretenders for our panel of NASCAR experts to switch up the poll.