Archive for July 26th, 2007
ESPN’s NASCAR Countdown will have a live preview of the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard at 1 p.m. ET Sunday, July 29, as the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series visits the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Brent Musburger will host ESPN’s coverage from Indianapolis, and two-time NASCAR champion crew chief Tim Brewer will report from the ESPN [...]
There will be no immediate crew chief changes as a result of the Dale Earnhardt Inc.-Ginn Racing merger, but not all the crew chiefs will work out of the same shop. Paul Menard’s No. 15 team will move immediately into the Ginn Racing building, where the former Ginn No. 01 team also will be housed, [...]
D. K. Wilson of The Chicago Sports Review takes square aim at NASCAR & Sports Network ESPN, calling them racially insensitive and sickening in their attitudes towards blacks. Do you agree? Does he have a point? Or is it reverse racism? Read the article excerpt below… ———————————————————————————————- After watching the talk on televised media, reading [...]
Scott Wimmer will attempt to qualify for his first Nextel Cup Series race of the season this weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) driving the #33 Holiday Inn Chevy, giving RCR four entries in the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard.
This weekend, Bobby Labonte travels to the world’s most famous speedway, the Indianapolis (Ind.) Motor Speedway. Labonte heads to the Brickyard with Totino’s Pizza Rolls on the side of the #43 Dodge. Labonte will race the #43 Totino’s Pizza Rolls Dodge on a weekend that is highlighted by Sunday’s Allstate 400.
NASCAR racer and animal rights advocate Greg Biffle didn’t mince any words when it comes to indicted quarterback Michael Vick: “I just wish they’d put him in jail and be done with it.” Biffle was asked about Vick during a promotional appearance Wednesday for next month’s Nextel Cup race at Michigan International Speedway.
Bill Elliott and Wood Brothers/JTG Racing will be the benefactors of the Dale Earnhardt Inc. merger with Ginn Racing. When the two teams merged on Wednesday, the organization opted to eliminate the No. 13 entry, which was 34th in the owner standings and, therefore, had a guaranteed starting position in the race.
NASCAR announced Wednesday that it had penalized Busch Series crew chiefs Doug Chouinard and Chuck Meyers for rule violations at Gateway International Raceway.
TALLADEGA, Ala. – The field has been narrowed and only 20 finalists remain for induction into the Class of 2008 International Motorsports Hall of Fame, IMHOF officials announced today. The final five inductees will be elected when the last round of voting begins July 30th, 2007.