Nascar At Atlanta: Will Nascar’s Fastest Track Yield Unexpected Results This Time?

Hi everyone, and welcome to this weeks edition of Just A Fan’s View pre-race look at Atlanta. Is it possible that the great weather predicted for Atlanta this weekend could foretell of totally unexpected results for the Race on Sunday? I know it is just a coincidence, but, I can’t remember a time I have… Continue reading Nascar At Atlanta: Will Nascar’s Fastest Track Yield Unexpected Results This Time?

Update on: Nascar at Las Vegas, the Just A Fan’s View “After Chatter”

Click on the S3 media player below to hear the podcast of the article Hey everybody and welcome to the JAFV Las Vegas “After Chatter.” The name of the game for Sunday’s race in Las Vegas appeared to be “overcoming adversity” (if you had the time). My reasoning for this statement is, many faced adversity… Continue reading Update on: Nascar at Las Vegas, the Just A Fan’s View “After Chatter”

Nascar at Las Vegas: “Just A Fan’s View” Odds Are Vegas Will Be A Down to the Wire Shootout

Click on S3 player below to hear the podcast version of this article. Hey everybody and welcome to Just A Fan’s View pre-race chatter for this week. Judging from the qualifying times, Just A Fan’s View thinks this is going to be an awfully hard race to call, at least before its finished. There are… Continue reading Nascar at Las Vegas: “Just A Fan’s View” Odds Are Vegas Will Be A Down to the Wire Shootout

Nascar at Fontana: The “After Chatter” from Just A Fan’s View…

I guess it comes as no surprise that there was at least  a little bit of drama at the end of the race in Fontana. It did, however, come down to a race between two drivers, Matt Kenseth and Jeff Gordon and unless something unexpected happened, they were the only two that really had a… Continue reading Nascar at Fontana: The “After Chatter” from Just A Fan’s View…

Nascar At Fontana: Pre-race opinion from Just A Fan’s View

Fontana is a track that garners mixed emotions from the fans and here at Just A Fan’s View. On the one hand it is a fast track with turn entry speeds of around 200 mph and on the other it is a place that can either breed boredom over much of the 500 miles or… Continue reading Nascar At Fontana: Pre-race opinion from Just A Fan’s View

Nascar at Daytona (Feb 2009): The JAFV “After Chatter”

There has been so much said over the last couple of weeks about Nascar at Daytona it is hard to believe much more could be said. However, I will say that the BIG event on Sunday afternoon left many fans thinking the end of the race was a relative non-event. (This is usually the way… Continue reading Nascar at Daytona (Feb 2009): The JAFV “After Chatter”

Nascar at Daytona: The 2009 Racing Season Is Off To A Great Start

When everything is looking down in the market and the economic sky appears dark and dreary, one apparent bright spot is Nascar in Daytona. The consensus for “The Shootout” and the Gator Duels has been extremely positive and, as anyone that either watched the racing in person or on TV or listened in to MRN… Continue reading Nascar at Daytona: The 2009 Racing Season Is Off To A Great Start

At Just a Fan’s View We Love Nascar Racin’ and We’re Glad It’s That Time Again!!

Click below to hear this podcast on S3 Media player Hi everybody and welcome to the first post of the year for our new site right here at “Just A Fan’s View”.  It has been a while since we’ve actually done anything here, but, there are always reasons, (maybe some would call them, ‘excuses’), but… Continue reading At Just a Fan’s View We Love Nascar Racin’ and We’re Glad It’s That Time Again!!

Nascar Looks Ahead to 2009: Some After Season – After Chatter

This will be a short report on the After Season-After Chatter. Not because there’s not a lot to talk about, but, perhaps I jumped the gun just slightly. I fully intended to have the new site up and running on its own, but, I need at least one more week. When I make the move… Continue reading Nascar Looks Ahead to 2009: Some After Season – After Chatter

Nascar in Texas: from “Just A Fan’s View…”

How can two tracks be so similar and yet so different? If we take a look at the two tracks, Atlanta and Texas, they are quite similar in size and banking, but much different in age of the asphalt and transition from the banking to the straightaways. Those appear to be the biggest differences from… Continue reading Nascar in Texas: from “Just A Fan’s View…”