NASCAR Explores European Potential

Clint Bowyer leads the Toyota Save Mart 350 at Sonoma in June 2012Photo - Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

Clint Bowyer leads the Toyota Save Mart 350 at Sonoma in June 2012
Photo – Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

NASCAR is exploring its European potential as they look into the idea of racing across the Atlantic to grow interest in stock car racing overseas.

This story was first reported by Christian Sylt of Autoweek.

George Silberman, NASCAR’s vice president of regional and touring series, says interest of racing over seas is to build up interest in Europe as the sport continues to grow. Continue reading


Fan4Racing’s Fan2Fan NASCAR Talk – Monday, January 14, 2013

Next airing is Monday, Jan 14th at 9pm ET.

Next airing is Monday, Jan 14th at 9pm ET.

Hey Race fans are you ready for our next Fan2Fan NASCAR Talk on Monday, January 14th  at 9:00pm ET?

Bob Pockrass NASCAR writer for Sporting News and Brian Wiggins from On Pit Road were our guests and joined our Fan4Racing team discussion.

Bob Pockrass is a well recognized  NASCAR writer for Sporting News, and is at the track nearly every weekend. He’s known for being tireless in tracking down the stories on and off the track. Bob Pockrass was on Fan4Racing’s Fan2Fan NASCAR Talk in November 2012 and the discussion is one of our best of the year! Fans can follow him on Twitter @bobpockrass Continue reading

NASCAR Nuggets from the Net – January 9, 2013

January 9, 2013

January 9, 2013

Today’s NASCAR Nuggets from the Net will focus on recent track news, as well as any other news – ie. some interesting Jeremy Mayfield nuggets – recently posted on the net.

You’ll also want to read Fan4Racing’s feature with details about Daytona’s Preseason Thunder Gen-Six Test and Fan Fest, that starts tomorrow, Jan 10th.

Also, just a reminder to set your DVR’s for Jeff Gordon’s appearance tonight, Wednesday, Jan 9, on the CBS TV show ‘I Get That a Lot,’ airing at 8pm ET. Continue reading

NASCAR Nuggets from the Net – January 8, 2013

January 8, 2013

January 8, 2013

Today’s NASCAR Nuggets from the Net includes more silly season news from Turner Scott Motorsports and other teams. This week fans can anticipate more announcements firming up the 2013 season for all three of NASCAR’s top series,’ so stay tuned for more news throughout today and the week.

Also, if you missed our Fan2Fan NASCAR Talk discussion last night with our guests – up and coming racer Jay Havens and media guest Brian Berg Jr from Rant Sports – you’ll want to set aside some time to listen to the replay. In addition to introductions and Q&A’s with Jay, our Fan4Racing team, Jay Havens and Brian Berg Jr offered some interesting insight with our non-Chase countdown drivers – Aric Almirola, Jeff Burton, Marcos Ambrose and Joey Logano.  Continue reading

Fan4Racing’s Fan2Fan NASCAR Talk Returns Monday, January 7, 2013

Fan2FanNASCARTalkLogo9pmCT333x250Hey Race fans we’ve been busy preparing for our return to the air waves on Monday, January 7th  at 9:00pm ET with a great guest lineup. We had race driver, Jay Havens and Brian Berg Jr, of the media joining our Fan4Racing team discussion.

Take a few moments to read our feature blog about Jay Havens prior to listening to Monday night’s show to learn more about this up and coming race car driver, working hard to break into the NASCAR circuit. Continue reading

Jay Havens – 3rd Generation Racer with a Meaningful Foundation


Many of NASCAR’s future stars are driving at local track circuits, while building their careers and looking for coveted sponsorship to advance. Jay Havens is a 3rd generation racer, working hard to break into NASCAR’s top series’ while at the same time, building a meaningful foundation. 

Jay Havens (right) with his Dad, Mike (left) and Popa, Richard (center)

Jay Havens (right) with his Dad, Mike (left) and Popa, Richard (center)

Jay Havens comes from a long line of racing inspiration, beginning with his grandfather Richard, who has been involved in racing since the 1960s. His involvement in racing has been with everything from limited late models to Busch – now Nationwide – series cars. Continue reading