At a time where NASCAR is struggling to survive a barrage of criticism and a mass exodus of race fans, they need the small teams to be in their corner.
While 43 race teams prepared their cars for Sunday’s race at Auto Club Speedway, what was happening to three other teams told a different story.
The hole that appeared in turn 2 at Daytona was symbolic of so much more: the gulf NASCAR has dug itself into over the past several years.
Dear NASCAR fans, I suppose the 2010 season has officially kicked off.
It’s up to NASCAR to take the correct steps to improve the racing, without doing anything to compromise the safety of the drivers.
Points racing isn’t new either. Under NASCAR’s “old” modern-era points system, championships were won on points racing.
What makes something a “racing incident” instead of over-aggression or a flat-out lapse of judgment on a driver’s part?
With it looking all but carved in stone that Danica Patrick will be joining the NASCAR ranks, there are many things NASCAR is happy about.
Harvick missed the Chase for the Cup miserably this year, where he sits 21st in driver points. Is team ownership a contributor?
Halfway through the Chase for the 2009 Sprint Cup, things are… well, things are predictable. Jimmie Johnson has the points lead (I know, shocker).