Friendly reminder that there is only one American-only Dream Garage
What’s that you may ask? NASCAR on a Wednesday? What is this sorcery? Well my friend, it’s NASCAR’s only race on dirt, and you should be there.
and it wasn’t just any ol’ Camry :
The Puffalumps saw both coasts of the United States in one month. Neat.
Puffalumps always win.
“You will taste my vengeance, Jeff Gordon.”
It’s May the 4th and my new job at NASCAR corporate, as a Graphic Designer, required me to do some grueling work...
Yesterday’s race at Talladega was one of the more interesting races we have seen in years. The racing was just another episode in what has honestly been a great NASCAR season as far as racing is concerned.
I’ve got two extra tickets to the Richmond NASCAR race this Sunday if anyone is interested. They are $35 each and they are in turn 4, section D, row 10.
Well... this is news. To those of you who care, anyway. SHR joins Ford in 2017, with engines by Roush Yates. Assuming no lineup changes, this includes the #41 of Kurt Busch, the #4 of Kevin Harvick, the #10 of Danica Patrick and the #14 of Clint Bowyer.
Ok, this is pretty cool. We all have dreams as kids, but Denny made his come true today and his mom kept the note. Also, he wanted to be Bill Elliot and that isn't a bad thing either.
Motorsport attracts cliches, but one in particular holds true decade after decade: the road to safety is awash with blood. Some blood stains, requiring major changes in racing to clean to clean. Other blood beads, leaving only a crying family and glowing obituaries as a legacy. Ayrton Senna fits the former, and Roland…
A friend in New York City came across this today. Anyone have a clue as to what the heck?