For the second time in a year, Kurt Busch took his frustration with Tony Stewart out on pit road. This time, NASCAR went for probation. Was this enough?
2007 would’ve been considered a great success for Joe Nemechek – if only he could’ve repeated his Daytona 500 performance every weekend.
With just two races left on the Nextel Cup slate, the open roads of the great Southwest and Phoenix appeared the perfect place for a change of pace. After all, the subset of three dozen drivers outside the Chase had won just once during the playoffs, and you’d like to think the odds were in …
Did You Notice? Check out this quote from Tony Stewart after the race at Loudon on Sunday:
In this ever increasingly mixed up world, a world where perception seems to be valued over truth, the entity known as Dale Earnhardt Inc. (DEI) is in dire need of serious medical attention. Pronto. The biggest wound that DEI has suffered in 2007 is, of course, the well-documented divorce and subsequent family tiff that ultimately …
2nd – career Cup victory and third top-10 finish at Richmond International Raceway for Chevy Rock & Roll 400 winner Jimmie Johnson.
1.868 – Jimmie Johnson’s margin of victory over Carl Edwards Sunday night at Fontana (in seconds).
What a typical NASCAR vacation: The circuit takes a one-week hiatus from on-track action only to turn up the volume away from it. The Ginn/DEI merger not only shuffled the driver deck and taught prospective owners a thing or two about life in the bigs, it opened a spot in the owner points standings for …
Everything that most people thought was true about Ginn Racing’s “restructuring plan” was proved false… nothing more than a bad sequence of broken promises.
Last week, the circle-track world was up in arms about the goings-on at Ginn Racing. The former MB2 Motorsports team was suddenly in dire straits.