A new feature to Turn 4 Racing News in 2015, “Storyline Notebook” will be the place to catch up on all the NASCAR news from the week throughout the season. The weekly infograph will be short and concise, while still updating fans on all the major happenings. Find it easily on twitter using the hashtag #StorylineNotebook.
As the completely-new Chase for the Sprint Cup Series championship approaches, there will be a lot to watch for in the final regular season races. To break it all down, I’ll post this weekly infograph to show who is on the Chase Grid and who is on the outside looking in. Also, I’ll include a list of drivers who could potentially win their first race of the season and put themselves in a position to make the Chase. Six races remain and the Race to the Chase is on.
Momentum is one of the strongest forces in motorsports. It can lead a team to the pinnacle of success. Over the years, it has proven to be one of the most important keys to winning a championship. This was never more true than last year with @Matt_Crafton.
Kasey Kahne made Team Hendrick proud on Sunday at Pocono after he took the win in a day they totally dominated. A wild afternoon started with pole-sitter Jimmie Johnson leading, but when he ran into trouble just shy of the mid-point of the race, Kahne rose to the top spot. Then when a late caution sprung a dash for the win, it was Jeff Gordon taking over the lead only to be passed on another late restart by Kahne. It was a decent day for Hendrick to say the least and they’ll be sipping the champagne tonight. Continue reading “Kahne Caps Off Dominant Pocono Run with a Victory”→
A full slate is expected this weekend with the Camping World Truck Series and Cup Series racing at Pocono and the Nationwide Series racing a thousand miles away in Iowa. It’ll be hectic to keep track of everything so take a look at when the cars will hit the track below. Continue reading “On-Track Racing Schedule for Pocono and Iowa”→
Even though it seemed as we were in Pocono a few weeks ago, it’s time to head back to the tricky triangle for a second go around. June featured another dominant performance by Jimmie Johnson and he’ll be looking to do the same thing again this weekend after coming so close at Indy last week. The ‘tricks’ Pocono has up its sleeves this weekend could come at any of its three corners. You never know what could unfold when we enter the only track with three turns on the circuit, so Sunday’s race will be a good one to watch. Continue reading “GoBowling.com 400 Preview”→