10. Who creeps you out the most? The Burger King “King” or Brian France?
We are all familiar with Jeff Foxworthy’s trademark redneck jokes. In fact, you probably are one if you are reading this right now. Now, I’m not about to assert that I, even though we share the same first name, am anywhere close to Foxworthy’s status, but like him, I too have made a few observations …
10. Richard Childress: Couldn’t line up the necessary sponsorship to fund a successful induction.
Jimmie Johnson’s win at Auto Club Speedway was the fourth win of his career at the track and moved Johnson into the points lead, with Hendrick-supported cars 1-2-4-5 in the standings. Is this Hendrick’s Chase to lose, or does “independent” Juan Pablo Montoya still have a chance to wreak havoc on their dreams of a 1-2-3 Chase finish?
We all know that NASCAR and International Speedway Corporation (ISC) are basically one and the same. They are run by siblings Brian France and Lesa France Kennedy. One sanctions the races, while the other owns the lion’s share of the race tracks upon which the races are run. They are tighter than a “newbie” released …
10. They got confused for a moment and thought it was Kyle Busch.
During Sunday’s race, NASCAR sent a message to Brad Keselowski to drive less aggressively around the Chase drivers. Should NASCAR have made that call?
As I was perusing the web the other day, I ran across an interesting blog about sponsorship in NASCAR and how it should be geared more towards women. The blogs from this particular site are the results of an actual college course being offered at Virginia Commonwealth University on the business of NASCAR. The course …
10. How could Tony treat his old car like that!?
Some mentioned at Dover that 2009 is shaping up to be the best Chase since the format began. Two races in, does it deserve that billing?