After Kyle Busch and David Reutimann got into each other in Kansas, many have been wondering whether Chase drivers should be raced differently by non-Chase drivers.
With six races left in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, and competitors finding themselves out of contention for the title after each race, it will be interesting to see if the two brothers play nice around each other, or if there may be another tense Christmas dinner for the Busch family.
NASCAR, like almost all sports, is based on competition. It’s all about the team with the fastest car, the best setup, the most points and wins.
The Pepsi Max 400 will be televised on Sunday October 10 at 2:00p.m. on ESPN, with the drop of the green flag scheduled for 3:00p.m.
June 27th. It was the first race in New Hampshire and Carl Edwards finished 25th.
Jostens announced today, in conjunction with Daytona International Speedway, the starting grid of limited edition memorabilia containing actual track pieces from Daytona International Speedway.
For as long as the Chase had been in existence, I have railed about the system. It’s not news that I consider a race within a race more than silly, if not stupid.
The appeal lodged by Richard Childress Racing to the NASCAR Commissioner has been heard and the decision rendered.
As Trevor Bayne felt the elation of signing to drive for Roush Fenway Racing for the remainder of the 2010 season, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. felt the pressure get tighter.