Prediction is an interesting word, because in reality no one can really predict what will happen in the future.
But what’s interesting is that for NASCAR fans, this time of year brings on a strong urge to give an opinion about what you think will or will not happen in the upcoming season.
Well, this year is no different and our Fan4Racing team is accepting the challenge, by pulling out our crystal ball and providing our 2013 predictions for the Sprint Cup Series via seven questions. We’d love hearing your predictions too, so go ahead and indulge yourself by using your own crystal ball and share your responses by commenting with your 2013 predictions to the seven questions below: Continue reading →
Sixth-Generation NASCAR Sprint Cup Car debuting at The World Center of Racing this weekend!
NASCAR fans are heading to Daytona for Preseason Thunder Fan Fest, the unofficial on-track start of the 2013 NASCAR season and Daytona International Speedway is ready for a full three days of activities and action for drivers and race fans.
Daytona’s Preseason Thunder this weekend – Jan 10 – 12 – includes the only test for the Sprint Cup Series new Gen-6 car prior to the official start of the 2013 season in February. Continue reading →
The Frontstretch is reporting, their sources are indicating, the reason Parker Kligerman is running full-time for Kyle Busch Motorsports in the Nationwide series for 2013 is because the owner – Kyle Busch – is leaving his seat to run a full time Nationwide schedule with Joe Gibbs Racing. We’ll be watching the net for the official word on this nugget …stay tuned.
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 →