The NASCAR traveling road show has come home to Charlotte for a weekend of XFINITY Series and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series action.
My brother Kevin and I experienced the “family” aspect of Budwesier Classic Weekend at Oswego Speedway in a couple of ways.
Classic: that’s all you have to say to anyone who has been a part of the Oswego Speedway or Supermodified division for any amount of time.
I watched the press conference all the way through yesterday; yes, the one where Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Rick Hendrick spoke of Junior’s impending retirement.
Sitting high atop turns one and two here at the iconic Martinsville Speedway, it’s easy to get lost in the storied history of the half-mile, especially after hearing from NASCAR’s King, Richard Petty.
All of motorsports has been forced into an evolution, because technology has evolved to the point where the future fans of our sport don’t have to or want to sit in front of a TV for hours at a time in order to consume the content.
I believe that Joe Gibbs Racing owes their fans an apology after their shameless decision to allow three of their four drivers to drive around Talladega all afternoon on Sunday with the cruise control on instead of actually attempting to “race” at the race.
I got to thinking this past week about all the reasons why NASCAR has seen a decline in both fans attending their national series races and also in viewership on TV.
Team Penske has a full-time NASCAR XFINITY Series seat up for grabs ahead of the 2017 racing season, and there are multiple possibilities when it comes to who might fill the driver’s seat.
As NASCAR’s traveling roadshow gathers in the Windy City this weekend, those in charge have let it be known that no tomfoolery will be tolerated in this year’s championship Chase.
As I sat here in my office on Monday, trying to allow myself to grapple with Bryan Clauson’s untimely death at just 27 years of age, there were just so many thoughts running through my head.
If you didn’t like the outcome of the 100th running of the “Greatest Spectacle In Racing,” otherwise known as the Indy 500, what in the world were you hoping for?