Hello, race fans. Welcome back to Talking NASCAR TV, where I look into the racing-related shows that we all watch. This past weekend, the Sprint Cup and Camping World Truck series were at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Kyle Busch took the checkered flag 0.280 seconds ahead of James Buescher to win the RaceDayRaffleSeries.com 175 Saturday afternoon at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
The Camping World Truck Series rolls into New Hampshire Motor Speedway this weekend for the first of the remaining seven races on the schedule. While most teams are looking toward Saturday afternoon’s race, Kyle Busch is already thinking about next season, and what will likely happen with Kyle Busch Motorsports. It wasn’t good news.
Todd Bodine “thanked” Kyle Busch in victory lane at Kentucky this past Friday, calling Busch’s move that took the air off Bodine’s truck, causing him to spin, “dirty.”
Tony Stewart took home his first win of 2010 with just one race to go before points reset for the Chase. Does that give Stewart an advantage, with momentum on his side at Richmond and beyond… or would you rather be in someone like Kevin Harvick’s shoes, where Stewart was one year ago?
Hello, race fans. It’s that time once again: time for the weekly TV critique of all the NASCAR broadcasts you love watching. This past weekend, the Sprint Cup and Nationwide series were at Atlanta Motor Speedway, while the Camping World Truck Series headed deep into the heart of the Bluegrass State. We’ll start there.
Sunday’s 500-miler at Atlanta Motor Speedway provided both Ryan Newman and Tony Stewart with the respective watershed moments of their 2010 seasons. For Stewart, that moment came under the seventh yellow flag of the evening for Brad Keselowski’s spin. After a night that saw the No. 14 a true contender for the race win
Todd Bodine took the checkered flag 5.630 seconds ahead of Johnny Sauter to win the Build Ford Tough 225 Friday night at Kentucky Speedway.
Putting aside our love of fast machines, carbureted engines and 43 cars all running for a trophy, there is another aspect of stock car racing we all enjoy. It’s the personalities of the racers. Without their handsome mugs, practiced gratitude and the occasional pre-race laugh with the media, a lot of the peripheral coverage of …
Saturday, Frontstretch columnists Jay Pennell and Doug Turnbull met up with current Truck Series points leader Todd Bodine. They had the opportunity to get it straight from the Onion’s mouth… that he’s fed up with Kyle Busch.