RICHMOND, Va. -- Yesterday at Richmond International Raceway marked the end of the first quarter to the new era of NASCAR, so I thought I'd give my take on how it's turned out.
I've had three days to process the events of Thunder Valley this past Monday and I must ask if the race was honestly as great as everyone is saying.
As much as I harp on NASCAR for getting things wrong and continuously point out the serious problems within it, I think it's only fair to also give them their due when they get things right and point out the fantastic aspects in the sport at the moment.
NASCAR, stop fooling yourself into thinking stock cars at Indianapolis can work.
FOX Sports brought their "Daytona Day" ad campaign back this year to promote the 59th running of the Daytona 500. It's as cheesy and silly as you'd expect and tries to give off a atmosphere of a party environment of NASCAR's biggest race.
Alright NASCAR, you've peaked the interest of this skeptic and I'm curious to see where these new "enhancements" lead us this season and beyond.
"The white zone is for immediate loading and unloading of passengers," and I'm here to say it's time races need to return to race titles with relevance to the region.
"The white zone is for immediate loading and unloading..." and I need to unload on the joke of a deterrent system NASCAR has for a penalty structure.