Attendance Woes Continue, Need To Cater To Millennials

Whether you watch the races in person or from the comfort of your own home, one thing remains consistent from track to track, the lack of spectators in attendance. It's no secret that NASCAR has been struggling with attendance in recent years.

The White-Zone: Atlanta race fans must drop the excuses and go to the race

"The white-zone is for immediate loading and unloading..." and it's time Atlanta race fans drop the excuses and start loading into the track.

Admiring Junior’s Decision While Pondering the State of the Sport

One has to admire Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Even though medical test couldn't show that he had a concussion, he knew something was wrong and the symptoms indicated that he shouldn’t drive a stock car.

The Coke 600: Why Did So Many Stay Away?

The weather was perfect, if not hot, and the pre-race show was amazing. No one does the patriotic opening act like Charlotte Motor Speedway, so why was the attendance so bad?

Excuses Aside, It’s Not the Economy

It started on I-64 shortly after leaving Beckley, West Virginia. The trip to Bristol Motor speedway is only 180 miles, the second closest track (to Martinsville) from my home in rural West Virginia.

On to Bristol – Will Progressive Banking Continue to Sideline NASCAR’s Best Race?

On Friday, I head to Bristol for the umpteenth time to watch short track racing at its best.

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