Did you miss an event during this busy week in racing? How about a late-night press release, an important sponsorship rumor, or a juicy piece of news? If you did, you’ve come to the right place! Each Monday, The Frontstretch will break down the racing, series by series, to bring you the biggest stories that …
A hybrid won the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The concept has fascinated me for the weekend. Audi has proven the newer means of propelling a vehicle around a racetrack is durable and fast. The adage of “Race on Sunday, Sell on Monday” is rattling around my brain. Up to this moment, I’d dismissed out …
Hello, race fans. Hope you enjoyed the off-season. It’s all over now. I know that after this weekend, there is a two week lull before the rest of Speedweeks gets underway, but we are ready.
This weekend, the Rolex Sports Car Series gets their 13th season of racing underway with the 50th Anniversary running of the Rolex 24 at Daytona. For the second year in a row, I will be in Daytona representing Frontstretch at the track. Stay tuned to our Twitter feed, “@TheFrontstretch”:http://twitter.com/TheFrontstretch, or my personal Twitter feed, “@Critic84”:http://twitter.com/Critic84 for updates from the track, especially during the overnight hours, when there is no TV coverage. I only list both feeds because my experience at Watkins Glen last August goes to show that it is possible to tweet too much and get your feed parked.
FOX needs to show more of the show, same as ESPN. Just not a good week in general, NASCAR TV-wise, at Bristol.
Frontstretch caught up with Max Papis, driver of the GEICO Tundra during the Rolex 24 at Daytona’s Champions Photo-Op.
Now age 49, Bill Lester is competing full-time in the Grand Touring (GT) class of the Rolex Sports Car Series for Autohaus Motorsports.
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Should I be presented the opportunity to return to Watkins Glen, I’d go in a minute.
Now, the son of one of the biggest wigs in NASCAR gets off on charges including drug possession because of a legal technicality.
The one major complaint that most viewers and I had is the fact that FOX wasn’t giving potential tire issues at Atlanta the attention that they deserved.