10. The sun came up in the morning. 9. The coffee announced it was done with that satisfying final gurgling sound. 8. The surprise of remembering that Juablo was in NASCAR. 7. The drama of Jimmie and Kurt’s girly spat. 6. The realization that you could save up to 15 percent by switching to GEICO. …
*10.* Not yet released from the asylum after listening or reading the latest ramblings of Brian France.
*9.* Not taking a chance they might have to watch a Busch do another snow angel on the track.
*8.* They were in their basement, not wanting to be exposed to the deadly Japanese radiation plume.
Any race that Michael Waltrip can qualify for AND finish has to be a high point. Using that as a guideline, Mikey’s high came in the 2010 season debut with an 18th-place finish at Daytona.
Undoubtedly, going by the statistics, finishing eighth at Sonoma in June would have to be considered the zenith of Boris Said’s 2010 NASCAR Cup season.
10. Now that the No. 88 team has been moved to share a shop with the No. 48, how often will Dale Jr. be caught staring dreamily at the trophy case?
This is a public service announcement provided to the real NASCAR fan by the author of this column. Moments after the checkered flag flies this coming Sunday, you will be told what you have witnessed this past racing season. You will be told that you have been privy to perhaps the most exciting and thrilling …
Both Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Hendrick Motorsports agree that if a crew chief change is coming for the No. 88, it will be in the offseason. Does another change need to be made, and if it does, who is the right guy to right Earnhardt’s ship?
I have a beloved colleague here at Frontstretch by the name of Mike Neff. You may have heard of him before. He does a lot of great writing for us, and he is almost as popular as me. Mike and I usually agree on most things, right down to political candidates – let alone anything …
The race at Texas featured a swap of the points lead, with Denny Hamlin taking the top spot by a margin of 33 markers over Jimmie Johnson. Is it safe to say he’s got this one in the bag, or can J.J. or Kevin Harvick make a comeback?
10. If Mark Martin would have won at Texas, as I predicted in last week’s “Mirror Driving.