The 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season is right around the corner and many drivers hope this will be their year to win their first career Sprint Cup title.
Jimmie Johnson is the odds on favorite to win the championship in 2014, but the competition in this series is as tough as it has ever been. Johnson makes winning championships look easy, but in reality it is one of the hardest sports to take home the season ending trophy.
The key to winning the Sprint Cup title is consistency.…Continue
Unlike other major sports in the United States, NASCAR is made up of many influential families. NASCAR has always been a family business since it was founded in 1947 by Bill France, Sr. Although, the drivers may fight on the race track, they come together to make NASCAR a great sport for its fans.
Most sports in the United States have a commissioner who oversees the sport. Because of the family influence on NASCAR, the people who oversee NASCAR come from the same family who oversaw…Continue
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Teams in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series are already starting to prepare for the 2014 season. Most teams tested their cars at Charlotte Motor Speedway last week. The new season brings hope for all teams, but pressure for some drivers in the garage.
The drivers who will feel the most pressure next season to run well are the drivers who had disappointing season in 2013, the drivers entering the last season of their contract and one rookie driver who will be in the spotlight…Continue
The 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season is months away, but that does not mean it is too early to start the conversation of which drivers will be on the hot seat during the season.
Drivers entering the last season of their contract will be the drivers who will feel the most pressure during the season. Their teams probably would have renegotiated their contracts by now if they were overly confident in their driver. Most teams want to see how their driver performs before they open the…Continue
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is transitioning from the end of the regular season to the beginning of a crazy off-season, called “The Silly Season.”
Keeping up with the many changes in NASCAR’s Silly Season can be challenging, but also exciting for fans.
The Silly Season consists of NASCAR teams changing drivers, manufacturer changes, crew chief changes and sponsor changes. The phrase Silly Season came about because the jockeying for a spot on a team can become “silly” at times.…Continue
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