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Minter: Ah, Bristol – What A Place
Friday, 19 Mar, 2010 – 12:58 | 3 Comments
Minter: Ah, Bristol – What A Place

By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
Bristol, Tenn. – In spite of its reputation as a place where tempers get out of hand and wrecks just seem to happen, Bristol Motor Speedway also has the feel of a down-home friendly place.
For those of us on the print and Internet side of the media, it’s one of […]

Memo: Love Not On Drivers’ Itineraries At Bristol
Friday, 19 Mar, 2010 – 7:41 | Comments Off on Memo: Love Not On Drivers’ Itineraries At Bristol
Memo: Love Not On Drivers’ Itineraries At Bristol

Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
Let’s see what’s in the Morning Memo today:
If there is anybody out there who thinks that Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski will be letting bygones be bygones this weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway, you need to adjust medication.
If you think air-clearing sessions with NASCAR officials, sponsors, team owners or clergyman is […]

Marlin Gives Ownership A Whirl
Thursday, 18 Mar, 2010 – 6:46 | 6 Comments
Marlin Gives Ownership A Whirl

By Larry Woody | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
Nashville – Sterling Marlin, retired after 30 years as a driver in NASCAR’s Cup Series, is involved in the sport in a new role: team owner.
Well, sort of.
The two-time Daytona 500 champion is listed as co-owner of a new team, BD Racing, which plans to compete in the Sunoco National […]

Texas HOF To Induct Gibbs, Sturbin
Wednesday, 17 Mar, 2010 – 8:38 | Comments Off on Texas HOF To Induct Gibbs, Sturbin
Texas HOF To Induct Gibbs, Sturbin

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Fort Worth, Texas – Joe Gibbs, once considered a rival to many in the state of Texas as Super Bowl-winning head coach of the NFL’s Washington Redskins, will finally be hailed by the Lone Star State as the latest motorsports icon inducted into the Texas Motorsports Hall of Fame.
Also earning induction into the Hall is […]

Woody: Keep Eye On The Tiger
Wednesday, 17 Mar, 2010 – 7:23 | 2 Comments
Woody: Keep Eye On The Tiger

By Larry Woody | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
“They were accessible, likable, knowable, conversant, as gracious in loss as they were in victory, and above all, amazingly helpful to those of us in the print lodge who covered them … they endured demands on their time, but they handled it courteously, often with ease and enjoyment.”
A lot of […]

Woody: Enough Of The Gripes Of Wrath, Already
Wednesday, 17 Mar, 2010 – 6:46 | 10 Comments
Woody: Enough Of The Gripes Of Wrath, Already

Larry Woody | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
Judging from all the media hissing and moaning, Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski should be ashamed of themselves, whaling away on each other and disturbing NASCAR’s nap-time.
Yeah, Keselowski took a wild ride at Atlanta. So?
Wild rides are what stock car racing is all about. Or at least it used to be, […]

Spoilers, Speed Rule The Day At Talladega
Tuesday, 16 Mar, 2010 – 18:35 | 2 Comments
Spoilers, Speed Rule The Day At Talladega

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
After a morning of testing in his Sprint Cup car at Talladega Superspeedway Tuesday, Jeff Gordon had an answer for those wanting to know if replacing rear wings with vertical blade spoilers was going to improve racing in the series.
It was an unsatisfying answer but a frank one: Check back […]

Texas ‘Has At It’ With Edwards Vs. Keselowski Ads
Tuesday, 16 Mar, 2010 – 6:25 | One Comment
Texas ‘Has At It’ With Edwards Vs. Keselowski Ads

By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
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Fort Worth, Texas – Eddie Gossage says his use of the controversial wreck involving Sprint Cup antagonists Carl Edwards and an airborne Brad Keselowski as an advertising tool at Texas Motor Speedway is the residue of NASCAR’s “Have at it, boys” philosophy – and a staple of Promotion 101.
Gossage, the […]

Woody: Old Promoters Fading Away
Monday, 15 Mar, 2010 – 8:40 | 2 Comments
Woody: Old Promoters Fading Away

By Larry Woody | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
He was known as “Uncle Bob” – part carnival barker, part used-car salesman – and man could he put on a show.
Awhile back I came across a wonderful tribute to the late Bob Harmon written by Mike Bell on GeorgiaRacingHistory.com. It brought back a lot of great memories about Harmon […]

Ingram: Skullduggery At Work In Atlanta? 
Monday, 15 Mar, 2010 – 6:52 | One Comment
Ingram: Skullduggery At Work In Atlanta? 

By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
From the Monday Morning Crew Chief:
Among the discussions and brickbats about Carl Edwards intentionally wrecking a rival in Atlanta, one question has often been overlooked. You have to wonder if Brad Keselowski would have been rammed by Edwards if the latter’s teammate was leading the race.
When drivers are regularly allowed to […]