Here’s what they all were thinking following the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and the Truck Series race at Chicagoland.
Contrary to what some people think, Darrell Waltrip is knowledgeable about the sport. He did win three championships after all.
Michigan was a joke. That was embarrassing as all get out. Because I only have one car, I was not allowed to practice at all. No practice. I think I had four laps total on the track, maybe five… a total of five laps on the track before qualifying. I got lapped on lap 18 …
What is disconcerting is the brazenness of Kyle Busch following both the Nationwide race and Cup race Saturday night when the issue of Keselowski came up.
Did You Notice? NASCAR possibly backtracking on their efforts to shut out Cup drivers from competing full time for the Nationwide Series championship?
Kyle Busch set a NASCAR record at Bristol, becoming the first driver to win three national touring races in a weekend. Where does this fit into NASCAR history?
Brian Keselowski spoke to Frontstretch about the hard work that went into this weekend’s effort to make the Sprint Cup Series race.
What NASCAR really needs to do is pour money into tracks and prize funds that are already ridiculously small compared to the Cup Series.
Life is good for Kyle Busch right now. Leaving Bristol, he became the first driver to win all three national touring series races in the same weekend.
I’m going through the past weekend’s Bristol NASCAR race broadcasts with a fine-tooth comb.