Trained monkeys will sell race programs at Texas: Texas Motor Speedway President Eddie Gossage has decided to monkey around with the promotion of the redesigned “No Limits” program cover and special insert that can be found in AAA Texas 500 souvenir program. Gossage is enlisting the help of Brian and Mike, trained capuchin monkeys, to …
Saturday’s Truck Series finish was one of the closest in NASCAR history, but the whole ending remains shrouded in controversy after Kyle Busch’s wheels dipped below the yellow line to pass Aric Almirola.
The horse in question for the purposes of this article is, once again, the old adage of “Win on Sunday, Sell on Monday.” This carcass rears (if a carcass could “rear”) its ugly head once again due to NASCAR’s recent announcement that they are looking to revamp the Cup cars… again.
With all the Hall of Fame talk recently, is Ron Hornaday a shoo-in for what he’s done?
10. Kevin Conway to Robby Gordon: Little daily pills to make his NASCAR racing budget larger.
Well kids, here we are once again. NASCAR’s season is over, evidenced by the fact that football has started! Oh, yeah I forgot. We still have this “Chase” playoff system thingy to suffer through yet so once again, I will extol the virtues of getting rid of it! Before I begin, though, let me say …
10. See title.
When NASCAR released it was forming a new Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) Dept. this past Monday, I instantly added it to my list of “possible column ideas.” Unfortunately, the more I read, the more confused I became. While I thought I got the gist of it, the release was written in such corporate gibberish that …
Jeff Gordon, a four-time champion and one of NASCAR’s most popular drivers is currently without a full-time sponsor for 2011. Just how troubling is that in the context of the sport as a whole? And who will end up on the side of his car next year?
15. Jeff Gordon never worked in a Chinese sweat shop.