NASCAR should stop building cars that are “comfortable and stable for the drivers.” Comfortable, stable drivers are seldom fun to watch.
If Mark Martin tells you to “go screw yourself” on Twitter, you are almost certainly an a-hole.
When big guys screw up, little guys lose their jobs.
If you didn’t buy at least one ticket to Rockingham Speedway in the last two years, you have no right to complain or place blame.
When it comes to his feud with Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch just can’t stop picking the scab.
Don’t like the way your car is handling? You have two choices. (A) Cry like a little girl over your in-car radio, or (B) Take it to the garage and let the Big Boys race. I’m going with (B).
Brian Vickers is either (A) One tough customer, or (B) Completely oblivious to the risks associated with recurring blood clots. I’m going with (A).
Martin Truex Jr. is either (A) Extremely close to signing with a new Sprint Cup Series team for 2014, (B) The classiest, most forgiving guy in NASCAR or (C) All of the above. I’m going with (C).
I really hope NAPA decides to remain involved in NASCAR.
Whoever invented aerodynamics should be taken out and whipped.
In a related thought, NASCAR needs to become less dependent on things we cannot see.
“Mason Mingus” is a cool racing name. Not quite as cool as “Lake Speed,” but close.
Camping World Trucks will return to New Hampshire in 2014. What took you so long?!?
A very small number of NASCAR crew members still haven’t gotten the message that smoking a little dope WILL cost you your job, eventually.
College football at Bristol Motor Speedway? Cool. A NASCAR race at the Rose Bowl? NOW we’re talkin’!
All of a sudden, I like Jeff Burton’s chances to be a part-time driver at Michael Waltrip Racing next season.
The people complaining about NASCAR moving the Southern 500 away from Mother’s Day Weekend are the same people who complained about NASCAR moving the Southern 500 TO Mother’s Day Weekend.
Night racing at “The Lady In Black” will be a hoot, regardless of the date.
Roof wickers will increase the amount of dirty air passing over a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car. Wicker roofs would do an even better job.