When Rick Hendrick announced that he was signing Kasey Kahne to a contract earlier this year, speculation automatically hit the airwaves.
NASCAR’s two top series just finished a weekend of racing at Watkins Glen International. Twice a year (we’re including Infineon Raceway here), the sport’s top drivers are asked to get out of their comfort zone (if there is such a thing) and do what most of them never do but twice a year.
We learned that this was a movie with two starring roles and four co-stars. Juan Pablo Montoya was Robin Hood, Marcos Ambrose the Sheriff of Nottingham, while Kurt Busch, A.J. Allmendinger, Carl Edwards, and Jamie McMurray were the Merry Men.
Road racing at its finest. Describing the race today here at Watkins Glen. Today’s race was full of action and extraordinary weather. This capped off once of the nicest race weekends I can remember here at Watkins Glen.
The 2.45-mile road course was not empty for long today here at Watkins Glen International. Starting this morning with Nationwide Series Qualifying, the track was hot for the duration of the day, finishing with a fantastic Zippo 200.
With the signing of AJ Allmendinger to a multi-year contract, the driver of the infamous No. 43 Petty blue race car officially becomes the lead alpha dog at Richard Petty Motorsports.
Eddie Sharp Racing announced on Friday that they’ve signed Steve Park to drive the No. 41 Toyota in the upcoming Chicagland Speedway race on August 27th.