Tag: Carl Edwards

Sprint Cup Series 2015 Season Preview

One year ago it was chaos for NASCAR fans as the announcement came through there was a new version of the Chase for the Sprint Cup, one that put emphasis on winning, had eliminations, and an expanded field. Many, include me, thought this was the dumbest idea ever and no way would it work. Sometimes I can admit when I’m wrong, and judging by the tempers that overflowed and nail biting season finale at Homestead, this was the correct move for NASCAR to make. Continue reading “Sprint Cup Series 2015 Season Preview”

Days Of The Ringers Might Be Over

It wasn’t that long ago that when the Sprint Cup Series came to the Sonoma Raceway you would see a whole crop of drivers you might never have heard of before. Ron Fellows, Boris Said, Scott Pruett, and PJ Jones just to name a few. These were the road course ringers that would come in and try to help out lower tiered teams make up some points in the owner standings. Continue reading “Days Of The Ringers Might Be Over”

Fourth Joe Gibbs Racing Team Could Come At Expense Of Nationwide Team

The newest rumor pegging Carl Edwards to Joe Gibbs Racing has a bit of an interesting twist. Motorsports.com’s Lee Spencer is reporting in order to get the funds to create a fourth team at JGR, they would take M&M’s away from Kyle Busch and put them with Edwards. For Busch, Monster Energy would move up and sponsor his car. Continue reading “Fourth Joe Gibbs Racing Team Could Come At Expense Of Nationwide Team”

Homestead Locking Up Season Finale A Bad Sign For New Schedule?

It was announced that the Ford Motor Company and Homestead-Miami Speedway have agreed to continue the Ford Championship Weekend through the 2019 season. This puts Homestead as the season finale for five more seasons and might dash the hopes of fans wanting big changes in the schedule. Continue reading “Homestead Locking Up Season Finale A Bad Sign For New Schedule?”

A Few Crazy Scenarios For 2015 Free Agency In NASCAR

It’s only May, roughly three months into the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, and the jockeying for 2015 free agents might begin soon. Hendrick Motorsports announced that Nationwide Insurance would sponsor Dale Earnhardt, Jr. starting in 2015 on Friday and it’s a move that impacts two teams at minimum. Continue reading “A Few Crazy Scenarios For 2015 Free Agency In NASCAR”

The Double Standard Of Sports

NASCAR is no different than any other sports organizations when it comes to handing out punishments, yet exploiting it at the same time. This will happen again as Marcos Ambrose and Casey Mears were fined and put on probation. In time the footage that got them in trouble will be used for marketing purposes by NASCAR. Continue reading “The Double Standard Of Sports”