The White Zone: A letter of apology to NASCAR nation

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When it came to giving opinions, the late Barney Hall told those who worked for the Motor Racing Network the following. Before you say it, consider two things: One, “Does this need to be said?” Two, “Does this need to be said by you?” Now I never had the chance to meet Hall, as he […] READ MORE


Chase Elliott cements road course ace status at Charlotte

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Chase Elliott developed his road racing prowess from an early age. He drove Corvettes as a kid at the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving in Phoenix. Moreover, he spent time with road course ringer, Ron Fellows, at the Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club in Pahrump, Nevada. Along with Boris Said, he learned some […] READ MORE



Signs of a race weekend in Charlotte

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CONCORD, N.C. — Exit the baggage claim at Charlotte/Douglass International Airport and head to the car rental section. In the center of the room, adjacent to a line for National Car Rental (seriously, none of the others were open), was an American Airlines Richard Childress Racing car. I don’t know if this @AmericanAir car is always […] READ MORE


Odds on Odds: Coca-Cola 600

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NASCAR’s longest race is Sunday night and betting action will be high for the Coca-Cola 600. Odds on Odds: Coca-Cola 600 After a great week Darlington and only three days off the Nascar Cup Series is back at Charlotte. They were exciting races that have many talking. Three great races and now we find out […] READ MORE


NASCAR announces return to track for top tours

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NASCAR is b.a.c.k. Today, NASCAR announced that it would be returning to the track, without fans, on the weekend of May 17 at Darlington Raceway. The series will utilize mid-week races and states that are opening up restrictions allowing NASCAR to hold events without crowds. Along with that comes companion races for the Xfinity and […] READ MORE