Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s 34th place, six laps down finish was a Fight Club act in its own right: rock bottom for a team that has been conspicuously disappointing.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Air Guard 400 at Richmond International Raceway.
Perhaps NASCAR’s most bone-chilling, tear-inducing moment, though, was the 2001 MBNA Cal Ripken Jr. 400. The race was held 12 days after 9/11.
9. The No. 88 team honestly thought the top 20 made the Chase, failing to realize the newest Dale Earnhardt Jr. rule doesn’t go into effect until 2011.
While summer winds down for millions of Americans, the real heart of the NASCAR schedule is apparently just heating up – or so we’ve been told.
With the final off week of the season behind us, it’s time to look ahead to Sunday night’s race in Atlanta, the highlight of Labor Day weekend.
With the NASCAR season two-thirds of the way gone, we’re grading all the drivers and teams once again on their performance so far in 2010.
With just two races left until the Chase for the Sprint Cup, the NASCAR season is heating up.
Speaking of Team Red Bull, Vickers’s return, Scott Speed and the addition of Kasey Kahne in 2011 has left three drivers under contract for next season.
The 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule was released yesterday afternoon. Unfortunately, there were no surprises, and you know how I feel about that.