NASCAR seems to be trying to walk a line between participants’ safety and ratings-friendly entertainment.
Should the No. 11 car take NASCAR’s Sprint Cup, it would be a fourth title for Joe Gibbs Racing.
Things are so rough in NASCAR these days that last week’s race at Texas had enough action and storylines to jar a collective NASCAR press from cynicism.
It would be difficult to tout 2010 as a winning year for NASCAR.
This last Sunday (Oct. 24), not only did Martinsville Speedway offer up a pretty good race, the fans in the grandstand and watching at home on television got to see an all-too-rare treat these days… the No. 88 car, driven by Dale Earnhardt Jr., ran up front for more than just one stay-out-while-everyone-pits lap. In …
This coming Saturday night’s (Oct. 23) Nationwide Series race at Gateway International Raceway will probably be the last.
I doubt NASCAR had any idea how much their four-word policy declaration would become a catchphrase relating to on-track incidents this season.
Listen to networks and tracks, you’d think Danica Patrick was the next Dale Earnhardt.
Jeff Owens believes that a winless champion would be a “black mark” on the sport. That NASCAR would have “some big fires to put out.” Head to the basement.
Contrary to what some people think, Darrell Waltrip is knowledgeable about the sport. He did win three championships after all.