Heck of a finish for the Menards Mustang finishing second by about 12 inches.
Yes, fake news I guess?He walked out of the hospital with his two little girls this afternoon. Amazing.
He's had a couple of hard crashes and this one was both hard and downright scary. It won't surprise me if he decides to hang it up.
Fake? Maybe.Yes, fake news I guess?
They first said he had serious injury's, but none life threatening.
All he was missing as he walked out was a skip and jump.
Goes to show how well they are protected, Huh?
Good to hear he was walking away.
I hate to see anyone get hurt even if I don't like their style of racing.
I was not talking about Newman, he is in my OK list most of the time.
I think it'd be great if Dodge got back in. But they seem to be doing fine without the expense and headaches.I would like to see Dodge back into NASCAR racing.
It's brand advertising. And not just for car mfg.'s. Your brand is displayed on national TV to a specific audience when ever your sponsored car is near or at the front.There's nothing STOCK about any of those na$car machines these days, and I'd bet that extremely few cars are sold based on whatever brand won.
One comment on the site mentioned added safety. I'm not sure about that, it needs explained. It just seems like another unnecessary change to me. :thumbsdown:NASCAR is reinventing its wheels with 'single-lug' design
The racing series has confirmed that the all-new Next Gen car debuting in 2021 will feature center-lock wheels commonly seen on sports and open-wheel cars, instead of the five-lug type currently used.