The rest of the drivers and team owners can now take a deep breath and figure out what changes they’ll make (if any) during silly season.
Carl Edwards has signed a multi-year agreement with Roush Fenway Racing beginning in 2012. Team owner Jack Roush said that he was happy to keep Carl Edwards on . . . → Read More: Carl Edwards Stays With Roush Fenway Racing
If you’re in Norwalk Ohio, swing by the Summit Motorsports Park for the Pontiac Nationals. Watch Mike Green pilot the his 1966 1AAuto.com sponsored GTO to mid 10 second runs down the 1/4 mile. . . . → Read More: Trackside With 1AAuto.com; Pontiac Nationals Norwalk Ohio
Travis Pastrana is a man of many things, he’s more of a modern-day daredevil if you will. Mr. Pastrana has been very successful in a variety of goals that he has set out to achieve in life.
You may have seen him jump out of a plane without a parachute (yes you’ve read that . . . → Read More: Travis Pastrana Makes Nationwide Debut At Indianapolis Motor Speedway
The boys had the weekend off last week in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series, some of them took the weekend off and others found different things to do.
Kasey Kahne ran a race in Pennsylvania on Friday night in his sprint car at Williams Cove Speedway. World of Outlaw driver Craig Dollansky went to . . . → Read More: Next Stop Is The Brickyard 400 At Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Here’s a really cool 1930 Ford model A coupe Rat Rod with a suicide shifter outside of the car. It has a gas tank inside the car and a pretty cool gas cap located on the roof to fill-er-up. There’s a lot of really nice custom work done on this one.
Can’t see . . . → Read More: Friday’s 1A Blog Video Wrap Up
On Wednesday Nascar announced that Newman would be stripped of his win in the modified series, due to an illegal motor. The modified cars run a restrictor plate and Newmans crew decided to make a weep hole in the carburetor gasket that would allow more air to be sucked into the intake creating more horsepower. . . . → Read More: Ryan Newman Loses Modified Win In Louden NH (NHMS)
That’s the noise that team owner Tony Stewart heard as Ryan Newman crossed the finish line ahead of him during Sunday’s Lenox Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Both Newman and Stewart ran an excellent race yesterday. Tony Stewart has had one heck of a bad year at the beginning of the season. This was a great shot in the arm for Stewart- Haas racing. Ryan Newman is now 8th in the Nascar Sprint Cup points chase and team owner Tony Stewart is pretty close behind in 11th.
Sitting in row 22 on the start/finish line, it was a little toasty on the metal bleachers up in the grandstand. Temperatures were into the 90′s on race day. I was listening in on Dale Earnhardt Jr. as he said it was so hot inside the car he could feel his face blister. » Continue reading more of this post…