NASCAR’s Latest Rules Change

January 24, 2017
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It saddens me to write this article today. Yesterday NASCAR gave us a new¬†formula for how points will be distributed during the races. Apparently you get points for leading a segment of the race, and each race is broken into three segments. I am not going to go deeply into the exact way in which this system all works. If you want the specifics, visit NASCAR.com and they are there. …Read the Rest

From Chairman And CEO Lee: New Nascar Rules (Proposed)

From Chairman And CEO Lee: New Nascar Rules (Proposed)
February 11, 2016

NASCAR announced today changes to the Green White Checker flag procedure, and has also introduced something called the Over Time …Read the Rest

NASCAR’s Big Announcement

NASCAR’s Big Announcement
February 10, 2016

I have to say from time to time I am not the brightest bulb in the chandelier. On Monday I …Read the Rest

Changes: Personal and NASCAR Racing

Changes: Personal and NASCAR Racing
January 19, 2016

Today is the 19th day of the new year. Maybe it seems long ago to some, not so long ago …Read the Rest

Jeff Gordon

Jeff Gordon
November 2, 2015

March 28, 1999. That was the day I had the opportunity to go to my first, at that particular time, …Read the Rest

Lee’s Quick Lap Thoughts and Marbles

Lee’s Quick Lap Thoughts and Marbles
March 24, 2015

From time to time I like to throw together some quick hits and stats that I find interesting. Thought I might throw that together tonight, so here we go.

What Have We Seen?

What Have We Seen?
March 22, 2015

The West Coast Swing for NASCAR has now come to an end. From what I have seen, it is all about Kevin Harvick. Harvick took two of the three races on the swing to the left coast. I really thought that Harvick was going to take the three races out there. It did not happen, and in the end, although we never really saw him all day long, Brad Keselowski ended up taking the win at the Auto Club Speedway.

NASCAR Out of Control

NASCAR Out of Control
March 5, 2015

He was suspended in what was a sham call by NASCAR. I am not a Kurt Busch fan, but I do like to think I have some idea of right and wrong. It is not right to suspend a competitor for an accusation. This set a dangerous precedent from NASCAR that if anyone accuses a driver or crew member of basically anything illegal, that he or she could be suspended for an accusation.

Real Racing On the Way

Real Racing On the Way
February 25, 2015

Okay, I agree, they Daytona 500 featured real racing. I thought the racing was good last Sunday. There was some intrigue in the race, and for a period of time it looked like a story book ending to Jeff Gordon’s last ride in NASCAR’s biggest race. In the end, our favorite piece of Sliced Bread grew up to a half loaf and stole the checkered flag for himself. Truly though, congratulations to Joey Logano on the big win.