To me, these are three things that, if they aren’t getting coverage, should be on everyone’s minds as we head into Chicagoland Speedway this weekend.
Qualifying doesn’t have to be a show… Not just one, but two times Hamlin had to work his way up from the back of the field… I’m looking forward to the new-look NASCAR schedule.
Ryan Michael Luza took home the checkers once again, holding off Keegan Leahy and Corey Vincent at Texas Motor Speedway.
Simple enough, a win pretty much guarantees a seat at the table, but who else will join the three that have made it so far?
“I didn’t have huge hopes coming into this race, I felt like we were a little bit off in testing, but I guess I was just being crazy because the car was amazing.”
This weekend, at Las Vegas, will make the picture clearer, but even after that, it’s still going to be too early to tell.
“You have the whole race to think about making a move and we were all out there just waiting,” Logano said. “Everyone behind me really wanted to go and I just knew that I had to wait.”
It seems like there is a shift taking place, where in recent years, it’s been an absolute necessity to bring sponsorship and cash to an organization to have a car to drive.
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Chase Elliott, Justin Allgaier, and Grant Enfinger all had what could be considered “career-best” efforts in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series, and Camping World Truck Series, respectively.
The upcoming off-season has the potential to be the silliest in quite a while.
For better or for worse, Sunday was NASCAR’s turning point.
Busch found himself in a familiar place on Sunday afternoon, picking up the weekend sweep in the Gander Outdoors 400 at Pocono Raceway.
Superspeedway cars looking more beat up than 500 laps at Bristol is the new normal.
Pocono was the first true battle between these top three drivers, and at the end of the day, Truex, Jr. was on top. What’s great is that it could have gone any way, and that made Pocono a better race then it should have been.
With as good of a race that we had one week prior, it’s really unfortunate that we didn’t have the same in one of the marquee events of the season.