A lot went down Sunday afternoon at Kansas Speedway. From shocking wrecks which took two champions and a driver having a career year out of the race prematurely to a not-so-surprising finish – there is plenty to discuss following the opening race in the Contender Round. Continue reading “Race Reaction: Hollywood Casino 400”→
Almost eight months following NASCAR’s landmark announcement regarding the new Chase for the Sprint Cup format, the time to write a new chapter in the sport’s history has arrived.
Excitement has been building around the new format all season-long. The importance placed on winning has increased the competition level in almost every race. Now, 13 victors along with three drivers in on points are about to embark on potentially the wildest ten races in the sports’ history. Its new, its different and it will surely be fun to watch. Continue reading “The Road to Miami: A Look Ahead at the Chase”→
As always, it was a wild and crazy weekend at Talladega. Sunday’s Aaron’s 499 proved to be as exciting as ever, as drivers constantly were running two to three wide around the 2.66-mile superspeedway. Sometimes dissecting Talladega races is just as much fun as watching them. This week, the Trackside Duo does just that as they give plenty of opinions regarding what went down at ‘Dega. Continue reading “Trackside Duo: Three Storylines from Talladega”→
Bristol Motor Speedway is adored by viewers and competitors alike. The tight racing, fender rubbing, and hot tempers the track produces has fans excited each and every time this Eastern Tennessee track shows up on the schedule. Some storylines have already developed this season, but by the time Bristol race weekend is over, the amount will likely be doubled.
In a special Thunder Valley edition of the Trackside Duo, Alanis and Jason discuss some of the biggest stories going into Bristol weekend. Take a final look at these stories as by the time the checkered flag falls in the Food City 500, a whole new topic field will have developed. Continue reading “Trackside Duo: Five Things for Bristol”→