Jeff Meyer

Mirror Driving: Toyota Already Underachieving?

Kevin Harvick and Craig Curione, a member of Scott Riggs' crew, were involved in a post-race incident that left DeLana Harvick on the ground, a NASCAR official hurt, and everyone and their mother called to the NASCAR hauler. What's your reaction, and should there have been any penalties?

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Voices From the Heartland: Unbelievable! NASCAR Finds YET ANOTHER Way to Look Totally Inept

After examining the chain of events following last Sundays rollbar padding debacle at Atlanta, the biggest question that comes to my mind is; how stupid do you have to be to get an executive level job with NASCAR?

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Voices from the Heartland: Time IS Ripe For a Racing Revolution

It is no secret that in the eyes of NASCAR, the racing game is NOT a democracy. It purely is, and most always has been, an outright dictatorship. Throughout the course of history, such dictatorships have their peak... and then, inevitably, a tragic downfall. Recent happenings have me thinking a downfall is close at hand.

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Voices from the Heartland: Loyalty Is One Thing, Blind Stupidity Is Another

Sometimes - and it only happens about three times a year - sometimes, something happens on the track that evokes the best and worst out of all the fans that follow NASCAR week in, week out. It usually involves one or two of the most popular drivers, and it induces opinions fed by loyalty, which, at times, one may think becomes stronger than the belief in God himself. The last lap at Talladega this past week produced just such an incident, and the reaction by fans this week has done nothing but back up the theory of extreme loyalty I just mentioned above.

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