Take this stupid lawsuit nonsense concerning Cingular/AT&T and NASCAR/Nextel. In a nutshell, it goes something like this (for those fans just tuning in)…
The series heads to Michigan this weekend for the second of the series’ two visits on the year – and hopefully, your fantasy team is scorching like the late summer heat. Just four races remain until the end of the regular season, and just like the excitement surrounding the Chase, the battle in many leagues …
The one guy in the entire hubbub involving Kyle Busch’s move rarely mentioned is the third driver in the Gibbs stable, Denny Hamlin.
10. “Dude, I’m going to the beer tent. You need anything?”
Kevin Harvick refused to back off comments about Juan Pablo Montoya’s aggressive driving after Sunday’s race. Was Harvick out of line for what he said?
Shocked? So were many of the fans who watched this year’s edition of the Centurion Boats at the Glen.
0 – autographs signed while racing the Centurion Boats at the Glen. During the red-flag period a fan came out on track to ask Matt Kenseth for his John Hancock.
Today’s Centurion Boats at the Glen post-race “coverage” was abysmal, showing just two driver interviews (Tony Stewart and Jeff Gordon) before switching to SportsCenter and its seemingly endless coverage of baseball and football.
Although he got a ride in the end, Boris Said wasn’t afraid to voice his frustrations about what NASCAR’s ruling did to his friend and car owner Mark Simo.
Earlier this week, it was leaked to the press that Kyle Busch is headed to Joe Gibbs Racing in 2008. Can Kyle Busch and Tony Stewart get along as teammates?