Elliott repeats, tempers overheat, & NASCAR media needs to take a seat after Watkins Glen classic

If Chase Elliott had not earned his stripes after a breakout season last year, he earned them today by holding off Martin Truex Jr. for a second straight year at Watkins Glen. Both drivers outclassed the field as they were the top two for a majority of the race and beat the third-place finisher by … Continue reading Elliott repeats, tempers overheat, & NASCAR media needs to take a seat after Watkins Glen classic

Harvick fights off Hamlin in another spectacular NASCAR finish

Since the Monster Energy Cup Series shifted their coverage to NBC, the racing has been entertaining for a majority of the time. Chicagoland had an epic duel between Alex Bowman and Kyle Larson. Daytona delivered more great pack racing, similar to Talladega. Kentucky showed promise with the 1.5-mile aero package as the Busch Brothers delivered … Continue reading Harvick fights off Hamlin in another spectacular NASCAR finish

Busch Brothers claim title for best sibling rivalry in sports after OT battle at Kentucky

I stated in my race preview that if Chevy was going to score a victory tonight, it would come from Kurt Busch. Somehow, some way, the older Busch brother was able to out-duel his younger brother, Kyle, to claim his first win of the 2019 season. After the final cycle of pit stops were complete, … Continue reading Busch Brothers claim title for best sibling rivalry in sports after OT battle at Kentucky

Cup Series Preview: Kentucky

The ninth annual Quaker State 400 takes place tonight at Kentucky Speedway. Kentucky marks the dog days for the NASCAR season as we enter a stretch of multiple tracks that are notorious for providing subpar racing(New Hampshire, Pocono, Michigan). The schismatic aero package will once again be on display but should not make the racing … Continue reading Cup Series Preview: Kentucky