When news broke in January that Steve Letarte was leaving Hendrick Motorsports for the television booth it was anarchy. Fans and media questioned why would they announce this before the season began? Who would replace him? Then they both assumed that Earnhardt would not perform during this lame duck season.[…]
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The most common theme when you talk to longtime fans of NASCAR is a harkening back to the “days of old” when, in their opinion, races were better and the stars had more of a connection to the working man. While we can’t go back in time, I have a[…]
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. Nationwide[…]
A lot has happened over the past few months in the world of NASCAR. Change is the big word for the 2014 season, and that change has been met with a lot of resistance. First with rules the Chase field was expanded and now features a four driver dash in[…]
Last night’s Budweiser Duels provided an interesting insight into what we can expect in Sunday’s Daytona 500. With most of the early practices gear towards single car qualifying, it wasn’t until the Sprint Unlimited where we saw how the racing could be with this new package on the Daytona International[…]
As the NASCAR world learned that Steve Letarte would not return as crew chief for Dale Earnhardt, Jr. in 2015 there was a panic sent through the fan base. Most fans threw their hands up in the air over the revelation. They began to not only chalk up 2015 as[…]
As Jeff Gordon prepares for his 22nd full-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series he has to wonder what happened this offseason. With the retirements of Mark Martin and Ken Schrader and the unknown plans for Jeff Burton (Update: Burton will drive part-time for Michael Waltrip Racing in 2014) and Bobby Labonte, this[…]