I've grown up watching racing of some sort from midgets to Stock Cars since I was a child. I run the FB page Everything NASCAR but really want to explore my love of writing and racing together. I love both things so I decided to try combining them.
As we head into Homestead for the season ending races, along with all of the the fanfare of the 2013 NASCAR Champions, we will say goodbye to some important drivers. There will be tears of joy for the drivers that win, and there will be tears of sadness for those drivers that are not going to be racing next season.
When Jeff Gordon won the race on Sunday, I decided I would go to some various Facebook NASCAR groups outside of my own. Although I saw some fans very happy that Gordon won, I also saw quite a few comments saying, "anybody but Jimmie".
So, for my second interview I had the privilege of interviewing Justin Lofton who spoke about his past, where he is at in the present, and his goals for down the road, and of course just some fun things to get an idea of the things that he enjoys.
I realize that so many think the #3 should be out on the track in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS). I disagree and think the #3 should be retired out of respect to the man that made the number something more than just a number, Dale Earnhardt
Through a friend I became friends with Chad Hackenbracht, which I have to tell you I was in awe. So Chad was coming here near where I live to race so out of my fingers before I could stop it came the words how about a interview?
After Daytona I was proud to be a racing fan. I was proud that we were united and the hate was gone. I was proud of the sport and who I was as a fan then I realized I wasn’t proud anymore not even of myself, I too got caught up in the tornado of what fans can be and you know what?