Following the conclusion of the AutoTrader EchoPark Automotive 500 on Sunday evening at Texas Motor Speedway, I think I can safely say that a lot of us were left with … Continue Reading Melillo’s Mind: What in the world is going on?!?
The NASCAR off-season was not a quiet one by any means, but then again, when is it ever? There have been plenty of things to talk about. This upcoming season … Continue Reading Melillo’s Mind: Recapping a busy NASCAR off-season
On Wednesday morning, Monday Night Racing announced that Rowdy Energy would be the entitlement sponsor for the Pro Series in Season 4. The deal came together between NASCAR Cup Series … Continue Reading Rowdy Energy to sponsor Monday Night Racing Season 4
Starting in fourth season of Monday Night Racing, the league will expand to two series, adding on a B-League that will be called the “Road To Glory”. The new Road … Continue Reading Monday Night Racing expands, adds “Road To Glory” for Season 4
MELILLO: Taking qualifying out of the equation limits the growth of each series (as does the charter system, but that’s a separate argument). Maybe they don’t need any practice, but a chance to qualify doesn’t seem like too much to ask for. I hope NASCAR can see this and make changes before the next race weekend at the Daytona Road Course.
On Tuesday, NASCAR, in conjunction with iRacing, announced the return of the eNASCAR Pro Invitational Series, once again to be broadcasted live on both of NASCAR’s broadcast partner networks on Wednesday nights during the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season.
The main event on Sunday will be 200 laps around the 0.75 mile short oval, and will be fought out among 36 drivers. $1,000 is guaranteed to the winner, and the total purse is over $2,000.