Chasing My Dreams

By Jason Schultz

Photo – Jason Schultz

Dreams.

They come in all shapes and sizes. Little dreams, big dreams. Some dreams include finding happiness in life or dreaming to make yourself a better person. Continue reading

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NASCAR’s Mile-and-a-Half Track Dilemma

By Jason Schultz

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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

Brad Keselowski And “The Intimidator”

By Jordan Dodson

Brad Keselowski earned his first Sprint Cup championship at Homestead-Miami on Sunday, in only his third full season. He now joins the company of Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Jeff Gordon in winning a Sprint Cup championship within three years or less in a Sprint Cup career. But that is not all he proved to me this year. Keselowski has proven in multiple ways, that he is more like Dale Earnhardt Sr. than some may think. Continue reading

NASCAR Fan Perspective: Bristol Motor Speedway was Amazing

 

By Jason Schultz 

The smell of race fumes. The roar of the cars going around the track. The fans cheering, booing and getting excited for a night race at Bristol. All of those things are what you can expect at Bristol on race weekend.  Continue reading