This week the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Fontana, California for the Auto Club 400.
The race Sunday will give NASCAR teams the chance to compete on the fifth different style of racetrack this season. So far the teams have competed on a Superspeedway (Daytona), a one-mile flat racetrack (Phoenix), a mile and a half racetrack (Las Vegas) and the high-banked half-mile racetrack (Bristol). Auto Club Speedway is a…Continue
Added by Chad Robb on March 19, 2013 at 11:26am — No Comments
This week the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Bristol Motor Speedway for the Food City 500.
Thunder Valley is one of the best places for NASCAR fans to watch a race. The racetrack is a half-mile, high-banked oval. Drivers must be willing to push other drivers out of the way to make it to the front.
Track position will be important this week, because passing is difficult at Bristol.
Bristol Motor Speedway has pit stalls on both the front and backstretch. Try to select…Continue
NASCAR usually allows teams three practices during a race weekend in preparation for the race. With the introduction of the new Gen-6 car this season, NASCAR decided to allow all teams some extra track time to figure out the new car.
So far the Gen-6 car has had mixed reviews. The car looks great and takes NASCAR back to its roots of stockcar racing, but drivers have found it hard to pass other cars in the race. This has led to some boring racing.
This week should be different.…Continue
Added by Chad Robb on March 7, 2013 at 8:06pm — No Comments
This week the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Las Vegas for the Kolbalt Tools 400.
The year of uncertainty is starting to take shape. No one knew for sure how the Gen-6 car would affect the racing in 2013. Now that the teams have competed on a restrictor-plate and short one mile racetrack, fantasy NASCAR players are getting an idea of which teams will be strong in 2013.
This week’s race in Sin City will tell even more about how the 2013 season will be determined. The…Continue