Peter has been covering sports both in New York and across the country for almost three decades. He is an anchor for the CBS Sports Radio network as well as WCBS Radio in New York. Peter is also a writer for CBSNewYork.com as well as USAFootball.com and elitesportsny.com. He lives on Long Island with his wife Sheryl and their sons Bradley and Jared.
Wright on making his second career start at Nashville Superspeedway: The Rackley Roofing 200 is going to be electric. Our oval package has shown speed at the past few NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events."
Grant Enfinger, No. 23 Champion Power Equipment Chevrolet Silverado RST "Crazy race at Sonoma for our No. 23 team. Our GMS Racing guys did great battling back after I spun in the second stage to come back and finish 11th."
For NASCAR Cup Series Rookie of the Year contender Todd Gilliland, maybe this season is going better than expected? Gilliland has been competitive in early season races and has scored four top-20 finishes.
Buescher makes his second start in the annual Clash event on Tuesday, and first since 2017. The 2021 field is limited to 2020 pole winners, past Clash winners who competed full-time in 2020, Daytona 500 Champions who competed full-time in 2020, former Daytona 500 pole winners who competed full time in 2020 and 2020 NCS Playoff drivers, race winners and stage winners.
Diversity was something that Murstein learned about at a young age from what he was taught by his parents and the environment of the public schools that he attended. The Board of Directors at Medallion was always a diverse group that included among others
When Bubba Wallace drove the #43 car to a third-place finish at this past week’s NASCAR race at the historic Indianapolis Motor speedway, for Richard Petty Motorsports it was another defining moment for the driver, its owners, and the sport in general. It was one of the best finishes ever by an African American driver in over fifty years since the sport was founded.
This was quite a week for Darrell Wallace Jr. Not only was he getting ready for his first full season in NASCAR’s Monster Energy Series as the new driver for Richard Petty Motorsports, but he also had a lot of weight on his shoulders.