Fans were Treated to a Special 2016 Brickyard 400

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The 2016 Brickyard 400 was a race that fans will not soon forget. It was not so much for the racing itself, however, but what the fans were able to witness as the checkered flag flew. When Kyle Busch’s Skittles Camry crossed the line of bricks, he was able to cement himself as a serious […] READ MORE


Scary Times for NASCAR and Dale Earnhardt Jr.

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Wow what a week for NASCAR and it’s fans.  Like the saying goes ” your only as good as your best player” and we learned some scary news.  Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced last week that he would be out of the 88 for New Hampshire’s race last Sunday, as well as at least one more […] READ MORE


Stewart Ups-The-Ante for 33rd King’s Royal

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The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series slides into Rossburg, Ohio this weekend for one of the marquee events on the near-100 race schedule, the King’s Royal. Stewart Ups-The-Ante for 33rd King’s Royal Eldora Speedway plays host to the King’s Royal again this season, however this time around, Tony Stewart has upped the ante. What […] READ MORE


NASCAR notes from the Toyota Save Mart 350

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The dust has finally settled from NASCAR‘s stop in Sonoma, California. While the race was uneventful for the most part, it was a thrilling finish. In years past, road course ringers were brought into to run these tracks. This was much to the delight of our Cup regulars. Most drivers dreaded these tracks. They found […] READ MORE


FireKeepers Casino 400 Race Review

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NASCAR fans had the chance on Sunday afternoon to witness the sport’s new downforce package during the FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway.  Along with feedback from drivers, the sanctioning body lowered the rear spoiler along with changes to the front splitter and rear deck fin.  All in hopes of more straightaway speed and the […] READ MORE


Race Preview: Geico 500 at Talladega Superspeedway

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Last week’s Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway ended with a superbly executed bump-and-run finish in Carl Edwards’ favour. Such a physical means of victory is typically a controversial means of winning a race, and it’s not the first time that Edwards has roughed up another driver on the final lap this year. For those […] READ MORE


NASCAR Consistently Inconsistent

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Another week and NASCAR fans are subjected to another rule change.  Beginning this year NASCAR decided to turn a blind eye to teams having to put on all the lug nuts on the wheels.  The upper management left it up to the teams to police themselves and that is a recipe for disaster. Like the […] READ MORE