- Sports is all I know… and well food…. When I am not talking sports or trying to dissect stories for the FAN and KRLD… I am cooking great meals while also preparing for food eating competitions
- You might call me the “NASCAR Yankee”…. I can talk NASCAR with you all day long… Texas Motor Speedway is the meca
- Originally from Arlington… but I am the radio by play voice of the Wylie East RAIDERS
- I’ve once been described as “rangy” by RAGE
- Member of the Fan since its “inception” (great movie) back in 2008
- the quickest way to my heart is to make a Pizza Hut Big Dinner Box appear, preferably with Italian sausage and mushrooms
As the AAA Texas 500 weekend approaches, now is a good time to sit back and think about this track’s history. Even at 17 years old this track is still a baby compared to the long history and tradition of other tracks on the tour.
Sunday will be the most chaotic race of the chase. Some drivers need to make bold moves and make up points, some need to impress and put their name front and center so they can find a 2014 ride, and some need to end their winless streaks.
It took a little arm-twisting from the men in suits, but we arguably have the deepest and most talented group of playoff drivers in the history of NASCAR’s Chase format.
What Clint Bowyer thought was a harmless little “itch” is actually a lot more than that. NASCAR has come down hard on Michael Waltrip Racing for their late race actions in Saturday’s last race of the chase.
Saturday night the NASCAR “regular season” ends. After 26 races the 12 man Chase for the Sprint Cup field will be set. What’s the beauty of Saturday night’s race? We still don’t know the full field of competitors for the Cup.
Another NASCAR race is in the books, and once again another name is being thrown around as a title contender.
Every summer, especially in August for some reason, we experience the NASCAR offseason. What’s the weird part of that statement? Well, we are still in the midst of the current NASCAR season.
Monday night the three time NASCAR Champion fractured his right tibia and fibula running his sprint car at Southern Iowa Speedway, driving for a sprint car team that he owns.
Every week, after watching and studying what just happened in that Sunday’s race, I seem to be contemplating a new favorite for the Sprint Cup Championship. Jimmie Johnson, or Matt Kenseth, no wait Kasey Kahne, maybe Stewart’s found his groove
The so-called “Big Ogre” picked maybe the greatest time ever to run a “contract race.” Ryan Newman is a free agent after this year, after being told to “take a hike” by Tony Stewart.