The hottest driver in all of motorsports right now isn’t Alex Bowman, winner of the recent Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Chicagoland Speedway. It’s not Simon Pagenaud, who drove to victory in the Indianapolis 500, either. Not to take away from either driver’s accomplishments, they aren’t the talk of the sport the way Hailie Deegan is.
As a driver, so much of your life will revolve around your vehicle. It will take you to and from your job, to meet friends, to go on dates, and to go on fantastic adventures up and down the country. When you are relying on something as much as you do your car, it is important that you know how to take care of it so that your life never has to be put on hold. This handy little guide will give you three easy ways you can always ensure that your car is in tip-top condition so that no matter what life throws at you, your car will never be something you need to worry about.
The Hooters ProCup Series was on top of the world in 2001. Brian Vickers was graduating to NASCAR after a three-year Pro Cup career. Joey Logano would join Hooters a few seasons later. Every short track superstar in the eastern half of the country knew that Hooters was the place to be. Johnny Rumley, Bobby Gill, Jay Fogleman, Jeff Agnew, Michael Ritch... they all knew that the money, the prestige and the path to the top went through Hooters Pro Cup.
With this being the first race for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWT) at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park (CTMP), some drivers are trying to get the upper-hand and get some extra laps on the track versus their competition. NASCAR has arranged four practice sessions in total before the race for the truck regulars, but there's a four-some that are looking for more.
Everyone loves playing in front of their home crowd, whether it’s a high school baseball game at your school’s home field or a professional golfer teeing off on the hometown links. Hometown advantage matters so much that certain professional sports leagues schedule their championship games in a neutral stadium as often as possible.