“There’s really no way to change anything more than we’ve changed,” says Justin Allgaier of his new home at Turner Motorsports.
Today’s Season Preview Topic: With no rookies or new teams on the horizon, is it too late for the NASCAR Nationwide Series to survive over the long term?
Criteria for the Budweiser Shootout have changed in 2011. Given this expanded format, are there too many eligible for what was a race for the sport’s elite?
Before the madness begins anew under the lights at Daytona this Saturday night, here are, in no particular order, my 11 wishes for NASCAR in 2011.
FACT: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Will Be (A Little) Better With Steve Letarte Alongside
While the Nationwide Series has zero Rookie of the Year candidates at this point, a full field expected for the majority of Truck Series races during 2011.
The 2011 Nationwide Series is ready to kick off with a renewed focus on the development of its members as the future stars of the Sprint Cup Series.
The likely outcome for 2011 will leave the legitimacy and value of the NASCAR Nationwide Series championship in more limbo than it is right now.
What will be the biggest story of NASCAR 2011?
Is a contract extension the right thing to do for both sides in light of Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s recent performance?