Why So Few Crew Chiefs in the NASCAR Hall of Fame?
A racecar driver needs a fast car, precise pit stops and the right chain of decisions from the pit box to win. All that rests in the hands of the crew chief.
So why are there so few crew chiefs in the NASCAR Hall of Fame?
Secrets of the Gen-6 Car: Superstrength Windshields
A number of drivers have sounded a common refrain: the CoT was engineered to be safe … and that’s why it was… well… sort of ugly and not very racy. The Gen-6 car is a much better looking vehicle and (once the teams get a handle on the engineering) it should also give us a better show. But don’t let its looks fool you: NASCAR did not forgot safety in the Gen-6 car.
Why the Sadler Pocono Crash Should Be the “Worst Ever”. Ever.
UPDATE: I talked to a number of people this week while trying to resolve this because it was really bugging me not having a consistent answer. They have some pretty convincing evidence that the angle was indeed significantly shallower than 90 degrees; however, if you run the numbers, I can’t…
An Open Letter to Randy LaJoie: What the Media Hasn’t Said.
It was quite a surprise getting into the car Tuesday and turning the radio to my favorite Sirius NASCAR show. A very distraught Randy LaJoie was explaining that NASCAR was about to announce that they had suspended him for testing positive for marijuana. The details are widely available, so I…