NASCAR at Richmond After Thoughts from Just A Fan’s View

Well… Richmond lived up to my expectations Saturday night except for the fact that the JGR Toyotas of Kyle Bush and Denny Hamlin finished 1-2 with the RedBull Toyota of Kasey Kahne right behind in third on the night. Was I surprised? Well, yeah… but no, not really… I just expected the Chevys to do… Continue reading NASCAR at Richmond After Thoughts from Just A Fan’s View

NASCAR at Richmond from a NASCAR Fan’s View

Richmond is a short track… Richmond is a fast track… Richmond is a track that all the drivers love to race on, (well, at least most of them do), and taking all those things into account, that should make for one heck of a race tonight. One thing I find interesting as a fan is… Continue reading NASCAR at Richmond from a NASCAR Fan’s View

NASCAR at Talladega After Thoughts

I have to be honest, not every moment was exciting but I do think the ends justified the means for those fans that sat through some of the the duller moments of the NASCAR race Sunday afternoon. The “push draft” was definitely in full force and even though there was some switching around, for the… Continue reading NASCAR at Talladega After Thoughts

NASCAR “Push-Drafting” at Talladega from Just A Fans View

Drafting… NASCAR fan’s have heard it talked about and known about it for a long time. If you’ve been a fan of NASCAR for any length of time, you probably remember when it was just called drafting? It seems the more they race at restrictor plate tracks that require the drivers to use it to… Continue reading NASCAR “Push-Drafting” at Talladega from Just A Fans View

NASCAR at Texas After Thoughts from Just a Fans View

I hate to be one that says I told you so, but… I did tell you so. I did say in the last article the Fords looked tough and it was very evident they were on Saturday night at Texas, too. I know you already know this, but the Roush Fords held four of the… Continue reading NASCAR at Texas After Thoughts from Just a Fans View

Martinsville After Thoughts from Just A Fans View

I don’t know, there’s just something about short track races. This last weekend at Martinsville was just about one of the most interesting NASCAR short track races I’ve watched in a long time. There was really never much of a let down in the action anywhere on the track and the racing was very good… Continue reading Martinsville After Thoughts from Just A Fans View

NASCAR at Fontana After Thoughts – A Fan’s View

There were those that thought the race at Fontana was a real snoozer… that is until the last few laps of the race. One reason was the dominance of Kyle Bush at the 2 mile oval track in California. Not only did he win the Nationwide race on Saturday, but he led the most laps… Continue reading NASCAR at Fontana After Thoughts – A Fan’s View

NASCAR at Fontana from Just A Fan’s View

If you only looked at the qualifying times and the way the cars will line up on Sunday afternoon at Fontana, you would see some different names at the top of the order and a lot of well known big names in the middle to the back of the field. Now as surprising as this… Continue reading NASCAR at Fontana from Just A Fan’s View

Bristol After Thoughts from Just A Fans View

This will be short and to the point because there is really no reason to drag it out, although I do have a few questions about Bristol Motor Speedway and Kyle Bush. As expected, Kyle was the one to beat on Sunday afternoon, (at least at the end of the race), and he completed another… Continue reading Bristol After Thoughts from Just A Fans View

NASCAR Short Trackin’ at Bristol

It’s high-banked, a little over a half mile around and gets more emotions going than a cross-town rivalry. Oh, and one other thing — it’s fast! But, you already knew that about Bristol. In fact, I don’t think there’s anything NASCAR fans don’t know about the “World’s Fastest Half-Mile” but there are a lot of… Continue reading NASCAR Short Trackin’ at Bristol