Q: Why does everyone talk about Robby Gordon being a bad driver or Jimmie Johnson being dangerous when Kevin Harvick still has a ride? He ran over, just simply ran over Scott Riggs. I can understand why Riggs’s crew member got upset; I would have knocked the (expletive) out of Harvick as soon as he …
The number one winner on the weekend has to be Kyle Petty, even though it wasn’t always smooth sailing for the No. 45 Petty Enterprises team on Sunday.
After Sunday’s rollbar-padding debacle at Atlanta, the biggest question that comes to mind; how stupid do you have to be to get an executive job with NASCAR?
This Week’s Question: Should NASCAR look more closely at all debris cautions (i.e. – Robby Gordon possibly/probably throwing out rollbar padding) before throwing out the yellow flag? Or are the number of debris cautions we’ve had this year (29%) necessary to ensure the safety of the sport?
Q: Everybody seems to be ragging on David Ragan. NASCAR has created the situation with the driver shortage so why don’t we blame the organization? The last several races of the season have been used to break a team’s new driver in for the coming season. Ragan has been Roush’s choice of drivers for 2007. …
10. “It’s me, not you! Err, the dog ate my homework! Umm….”
Joe Nemechek has had a horrific year, but he’s stuck it out in the No. 01 Army Chevrolet, and now things are finally beginning to turn around.
26 – penalties handed down by NASCAR Sunday during the running of the Bass Pro Shops 500.
Racing to the front early, Stewart used four fresh tires to pass Dale Earnhardt Jr. with 11 laps to go to secure the victory in Sunday’s Bass Pro Shops 500.
Elliott Sadler was the big loser this weekend, the victim of a pit-road mishap during the first caution of the race.