Possibly the most exciting part of the off-season is the silly season.
Who will drive where in 2013? What drivers are returning? What drivers are not coming back? Those questions will all be answered by the time Daytona rolls around, but for now I’ll try to answer the questions the best I can. Continue reading →
Parker Kligerman looks on during practice for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Homestead-Miami Speedway Nov 16, 2012 Photo – John Harrelson/Getty Images
By Michelle Lesener
One of the dominos has fallen into place as one of the rumors that had been circling since the end of the season has finally been answered.
One rumor that was brought up in our Nationwide Silly Season article posted last week, involved Parker Kilgerman and where he would call home for the 2013 season. Parker was officially announced as the driver of the no. 77 Kyle Busch Motorsports – KBM – entry for the 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series season.
KBM took to YouTube to make the official announcement Tuesday, having Parker climb out of an unfinished car that only had numbers made from tape to represent the car number. Continue reading →
NASCAR track presidents make wager for BCS National Championship Game
This year’s BCS National Championship game has ties to two of NASCAR’s biggest tracks and the respective presidents of those tracks are not letting that fact go unnoticed it was announced Tuesday. When The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame take on Alabama’s Crimson Tide on January 7, Chicagoland’s President Scott Paddock and Talladega Superspeedway’s Chairman Grant Lynch will be playing closer attention than some. Continue reading →