This week both the Nextel Cup drivers and I are back to work after that early vacation, with the bright lights of Las Vegas looming over the horizon.
NASCAR fans from Arizona and beyond converged on Phoenix International Raceway last week for a chance to purchase tickets from Nextel Cup star Bobby Labonte.
Daytona has become more of a handling track than that other restrictor-plate track on the schedule, Talladega.
Oddly enough, Bobby Labonte’s high point and low point might have come all at the same time, at Atlanta March 20.
How can you put the finishing titles on your own fantasy title, or just finish out the year with pride? Read ahead in this week’s Picks ‘N’ Pans for Homestead.
Q: I may be the last Ken Schrader fan standing, and I was really hoping he would have taken that piece of bumper he was holding and knock David Ragan‘s block off Sunday. What a mess Martinsville turned out to be, thanks to that kid. Does Jack Roush not have anyone better to put in …
As the Cup Series heads back into the Southern hospitality of Atlanta, who are the drivers that can right your fantasy ship?
With inexperienced rookies coming into the Cup Series next year, should there be a higher standard set by NASCAR before a driver is allowed to race in Cup?
500 – laps in the Subway 500, equaling 263 miles.
Kasey Kahne came out and dominated at Lowe’s, leading 134 laps to come out on top in the Bank of America 500 and close within 160 of points leader Jeff Burton.