Somehow in between the 2020 and 2021 season NASCAR has found a new love for the caution flag. They have always had an issue with cautions and drivers being able to manipulate them (most notably Clint Bowyer and the famous “Spingate”) to gain an advantage by slowing the rest of the field down and eitherContinue reading “To throw, or not to throw? That is the question”
Denny Hamlin is regarded as one of the best drivers in the NASCAR field, and rightfuly so. Hamlin is 87 points clear at the top of the regular season standings and is the only driver in the top 3 without a win. This alone is impressive but when you look at his resume you becomeContinue reading “Is Hamlin a G.O.A.T?”
NASCAR has many draws to the sport that make it different than many other sports, there is a very serious risk of danger every time you step into the seat of a stock car. This is a draw that almost every sport does not have and will never have. Another thing that makes NASCAR soContinue reading “The Superspeedway safety debate”
In light of the Formula 1 racing series coming back this weekend in Italy it got me thinking, which F1 drivers would I want to see come to NASCAR some day, or just for a 1 off race (preferably Daytona) and who I think they should replace for their race, or a full season. TheContinue reading “F1 drivers in NASCAR?”
Today we take a look at my thought son how the championship battle will go this season between the 2 best drivers in the field.
“This race looks like a NASCAR Heat 5 open lobby race” was a common take all race during the NASCAR Cup Series this race weekend at Martinsville. A lot of cautions and many, many, beat up cars made this race a true Martinsville race as they advertised, beating and banging and good racing. In theContinue reading “MTJ wins at MARTINSville”