CONCORD, N.C. - This week marks the first time I've ever been in Charlotte, having arrived on Tuesday via the Megabus. I'm in town throughout the week, leading up to my coverage of this Saturday's All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
In the inaugural NASCAR Sprint Cup race at the mammoth Fort Worth facility, torrential rains in the month before the race left parking lots unfinished. On race day, literally thousands of cars were abandoned by the roadside, as massive traffic jams caused terrible gridlock. Not the expected state of affairs for a then-brand new, state-of-the-art $120 million track.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. fans will pick the No. 88 team's paint scheme for next month's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Michigan, choosing between one of four designs related to July's release of The Dark Knight Rises.
Standing several inches above the red-haired rookie who drives for Earnhardt's JR Motorsports in the Nationwide Series, NASCAR's most popular driver jointly looked the part of older brother and elder statesman.
With six races in the books and now an off weekend for Easter, the NASCAR Sprint Cup teams are all gearing up for a grueling run of 14 consecutive weeks. Really, the only thing you can expect is the unexpected. We are seeing some quality competition early on in our 2012 season.
Following the Fontana race, 3,932 NASCAR Fan Council members responded to a question about the Nationwide Series regulars prevailing against their Sprint Cup brethren. Over 70 percent of those responding said the wins by Buescher, Sadler and Stenhouse makes them feel good about the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
When Kasey Kahne returns to Rockingham Speedway next weekend for the Truck Series’ debut there, it’ll be his first chance to revisit a place where he came within a blink of winning a Cup race in his second career start.
With schedules already packed, it’s typically impossible – and in the best of worlds logistically a nightmare – to have every team at every test. So Goodyear invites a handful, attempting to spread the opportunities among all teams and manufacturers throughout the year.
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