Jeff Gale was looking for a car. In doing so he happened on a machine that couldn’t keep a secret.
A Camaro that you can actually see out of.
The final nail in the coffin. Chevrolet will race the Camaro ZL1 in the Cup series next year.
I’d love to run a faux 60's NASCAR style theme on it.
It’s not going to be long before the compact FWD-based crossover fully replaces the midsize sedan as the mainstream car - in fact, for two of the three manufacturers in the Monster Cup, their compact FWD crossovers (the Escape and Equinox) are outselling their midsize FWD sedans (the Fusion and Malibu), as of April…
This is what Fox should have spent all that money for the rights to. I don’t even get CBS Sports. Also, wouldn’t an SUV series be kinda cool?
For those who pay attention to the Sheet Metal Round-a-bout series. NASCAR once again is trying to improve the racing at Indianapolis, and, like normal, they are trying to do it in a complicated and stupid way.
Turn 16 forms part of a one-mile oval. There, NASCAR. Happy now?
Huffing and stomping back to probably the HQ while blood smears his head and Joey Logano replied when asked if any blows landed, “Not on me”.
Shoutout to Chevy for bringing some SEMA cars to the race.
Good interview. Trigger warning: Banana and mayo also comes up.
Especially when Dale mentioned never coming to work early.
Toyota has long co-sponsored the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway, a summer NASCAR road course contest. However, locals have lashed out against the event, which takes place one hour from the Berkeley campus.
It is (can be) fast, impractical, and a terrible financial decision. All boxes checked for project car excellence.
NASCAR 3 Racing from 1999! Woo-hoo!
I’m watching the Xfinity Series race, and they just come off of a commercial.