At the track described as NASCAR’s ‘wild card’, famous for white knuckle racing, insanely close finishes and the infamous ‘big one’.
Talladega has come and gone on Halloween and all that can be said is the fans got a good show. Whether it was racing is up for debate.
Well The Amp Energy Juice 500 is over. Hallowdega has given way to All Saints Day and the commercial rate on ESPN has gone back to normal.
So, what did we learn from Talladega? Well, we learned it still provides the most exciting racing in NASCAR.
After Robby Gordon's personal truck was towed at Talladega Superspeedway, Clayton Caldwell writes that NASCAR is becoming too corporate.
Welcome back to the fourth turn. This week the heroes of NASCAR return to the biggest, baddest, fastest, meanest track on the circuit. It is time again for Hallowdega.
In the closest finish ever in the history of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, just .002 of a second, Aric Almirola finished behind Kyle Busch yet again.
In a finish that looked to be taken straight from Kevin Harvick's playbook with his win in the Cup race in the Spring, Kyle Busch pulled off the last lap pass to beat Aric Almirola to the line by 0.002 seconds.
After a year-long battle with the illness, NASCAR lost one of its most beloved leaders with Jim Hunter's passing at the age of 71 years.
At a race track synonymous with the Earnhardt name, Dale Earnhardt’s son and grandson will carry on his legacy at Talladega Superspeedway this Halloween weekend.