The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Talladega, Alabama this week for the Geico 500.
Talladega is the hardest track to predict a winner. Any driver who is able to start the race has a realistic chance of going to Victory Lane. All it takes is one wreck to take out half of the field. Even the drivers who have had success at the track are in danger of finishing last. …Continue
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Steve Byrnes was one of my favorite presenters for the sport of NASCAR... I was fortunate to meet him... He was as genuine as they say... You could tell that in a moment... My time with him was short but I did my best to tell him I appreciated His work and commented "Thank you for bringing us racing each weak"... Gods Speed Steve...
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The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Richmond, Virginia this week for the Toyota Owners 400.
Richmond is a favorite track for many of the drivers and many fans as well. The .75-mile D-shaped oval is fast and requires a savvy crew chief to create the perfect setup for their car. Teams who gamble on pit row could find their way to Victory Lane Saturday night. …Continue
Added by Chad Robb on April 20, 2015 at 11:04am — No Comments
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Bristol, Tennessee this week for the Food City 500.
If you have a NASCAR track on your bucket list, you need to ensure it is Bristol. The Last Great Colosseum is one of the best tracks to watch a race in person. The electricity of the 160,000 fans and the roar of the engines is something words cannot describe. Bristol races usually come down to a last lap pass which adds to the excitement. …Continue
Added by Chad Robb on April 12, 2015 at 9:23pm — No Comments
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Fort Worth, Texas this week for the Duck Commander 500.
People say everything is bigger in Texas. What makes Texas Motor Speedway unique is the world’s largest high-definition LED video board (Big Hoss) position in the middle of the backstretch. It is hard to imagine a television that big would not be a distraction for drivers during a night race. (…Continue
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