By Jason Schultz /@NASCARJason – The AAA Texas 500 highlighted the importance of each race during the Chase for Sprint Cup. With the points closer than ever and only four drivers advancing to the finale, near perfection is required to be among the Championship 4.
The intensity of the championship battles continues to build as NASCAR heads to Texas Motor Speedway for the first of three tripleheaders to close 2015. Each race will feature plenty of game changing moments that impact the playoffs moving forward. Don’t miss a second of the action with the complete weekend schedule.
NASCAR heads to Texas Motor Speedway this weekend for another week of racing. There is no doubt action will be present as Texas always produces exciting racing. With a full weekend of racing ahead, use this handy track and TV schedule to keep everything straight so you do not miss any of the action.
A championship caliber performance was produced by Jimmie Johnson Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway. Johnson paced the field for most of the day and if he wasn’t up front, he was more than likely in the top three. This is the type of race where Johnson shows why he’s a five-time champion. Demolishing a race isn’t an easy task, but Johnson did that and then some on in this event. Continue reading “Johnson Demonstrates his Prowess with Commanding Texas WIn”→
Once again during Saturday afternoon’s Nationwide Series race at Texas, it was the No.22 car in victory lane. One of the most dominating seasons continues for the Penske Racing entry. This victory was the No.22 car’s twelfth on the year and Keselowski’s sixth. The owner’s championship is very much within reach for this team and this race solidified that. Continue reading “Keselowski Takes the Checkers in Texas Nationwide Race”→