Going into this past weekend’s event at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, Tyler Reddick was in the catbird’s seat for the championship. Though following some contact late in the race and a 19th place finish, he has fallen from first to third in points.
Following a season filled with speed, potential and bad luck, Graham Rahal is excited to get back after it this year in search of success.
In my next interview, I had the honor of speaking with Brian Keselowski. Brian is the older brother of fellow NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski. He is a past winner in the ARCA Racing Series and is a competitor in the NASCAR Nationwide Series driving the no. 92 Chevrolet Impala for K-Automotive Motorsports. Here is my interview with Brian.
Last year at season end in Las Vegas, as he helped during championship week to unveil the new Chevrolet, Jamie McMurray pronounced his year...
In February, big news was announced surrounding the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series when Alex Tagliani announced that he will be running the majority of the 2014 schedule in the No. 18 EpiPen/Pfizer Canada Dodge.
Imagine running a full racing schedule going for a championship. Not just any championship, but the American LeMans Series Championship. Now imagine yourself doing that, while also running some IndyCar races for Panther Racing including the double header in Toronto this weekend.
Given his history with Formula One, his status as an Indy 500 winner, and now his five year tenure with NASCAR, Juan Pablo Montoya is most certainly one of racing’s most recognized figures.
If you look at Matt Crafton's season so far, you could say that he has had a great season to date. After all, he has finished in the top 10 each week with a win at Kansas and currently leads the points, 39 points ahead of second.
Jeff Gordon, four-time NASCAR Cup champion, is a busy man this weekend in New Hampshire.