Have you found yourself waking up on Sunday morning and thinking Race Day? Then you realized it is the off-season and race day won’t come again for two months. It is a common issue across the world, especially with NASCAR fans. There are many weekends in the off-season with no NASCAR action, but there are many things to look forward to this off-season. Continue reading →
Many NASCAR fans feel the Sprint Cup Series has an excess number of mile-and-a-half tracks on the schedule. Mile-and-a-half tracks don’t seem to feature the close, competitive racing that super speedways, short tracks and road courses have offered fans. NASCAR is always looking for fan input on the series, but one suggestion it seems is not being addressed, is that some fans are no longer wanting as many mile-and-a-half tracks on the schedule. Continue reading →
2012 Championship is Keselowski’s first Photo – Getty Images
Out of all seven seasons I have been a NASCAR fan, 2012 went the fastest. It seems like yesterday it was Daytona 500 weekend and the hype of the new season was at its highest. Well now the season has ended, we have a new champion and we can reflect on an incredible season. The 2012 season may not have been as exciting as the 2011 season but it was definitely incredible. Continue reading →
Keselowski Celebrates First Sprint Cup Championship Photo – Getty Images
By Jason Schultz
A new champion has been crowned – Brad Keselowski is now on top of the world as the new Sprint Cup Series Champion.
After three full-time seasons in the Sprint Cup Series, Keselowski is now the champion. More notably, Roger Penske is finally a Sprint Cup Series Championship winning owner after forty plus years in the sport. Keselowski raced his race all afternoon and he, his team and owner were rewarded with a championship. Continue reading →