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The much-anticipated debut of action sports star Travis Pastrana in the NASCAR Nationwide Series will continue to be much-anticiapted until next season.
Pastrana Waltrip Racing announced today that Pastrana will not make his NNS debut until the 2012 season because of injuries suffered during the 17th annual X Games last week in Los Angeles.
The 11-time X […]
Let’s see what’s in the Morning Memo today:
There are going to be a lot of media members up in Pocono today who are going to be looking for a new schtick this weekend. Gone will be their go-to question. The one which has gotten them through many a press conference this year.
Carl Edwards has announced […]
When the news broke that Nashville Superspeedway wouldn’t be seeking sanctions for NASCAR’s Nationwide or Camping World Truck Series races next year, it wasn’t much of a surprise. There have been better crowds for dirt Late Model races than what Nashville
pulled in recent races.
But there’s still a great sense of sadness, for the track and […]
Indianapolis – It had to enough to make the win-at-all-costs guys puke. Jeff Gordon actually smiling and laughing and admitting to be happy after finishing second in a sporting event. A big, huge pro sporting event at that.
But there he was Sunday afternoon after getting that runner-up finish at the Brickyard 400, not looking or […]
Indianapolis – Paul Menard used a fuel mileage gamble to make NASCAR’s second biggest race the site of his first Sprint Cup victory.
Menard held off a charging Jeff Gordon over the final laps of Sunday’s Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and crossed the finish line .725 seconds ahead of the four-time winner of the […]
Indianapolis – Carl Edwards looked stunned as he stood behind his Roush Fenway Racing Sprint Cup car in the concrete-walled garages at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Friday. The incredulous look came
courtesy of news that a Jack Roush-owned car had never won the Brickyard 400.
“Mark Martin, how about Mark Martin?” Edwards asked back. “No? Can that be […]
Indianapolis – The much awaited Nationwide Series debut of Travis Patrana has been canceled because of an injury he suffered on Thursday night at the X-Games in Los Angeles.
Pastrana suffered a severe injury when a motorcycle trick he was attempting went awry. Pastrana went down and had to be carried off the track.
Michael Waltrip, co-owner […]
I remember a time when outhouse races were held to drum up interest in a NASCAR race. Might that be next for Indy?
More on that in a minute.
Who’d have thunk that the once-ballyhooed Brickyard 400 would require a supporting cast to draw a crowd? I covered the inaugural 1994 race and some estimated the crowd […]
Tony Stewart fought off Sammy Swindell at Ohsweken Speedway to capture the first World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series victory of his career in front of a huge crowd at the Canadian track south of Hamilton, Ontario.
“Wow, this is big,” said Stewart, of Rushville, Ind. “I saw Sammy dive below me once and that was […]
Racin’ news today, Monday, July 26:
(In this package – New crew chief for Burton; Cal Wells out at Waltrip)
Luke Lambert has been named interim crew chief for Richard Childress Racing’s No. 31 Caterpillar/Chevrolet team with driver Jeff Burton in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Lambert replaces veteran crew chief Todd Berrier.
“Todd has been an important […]