Is iRacing Doing It For You?

First of all, I hope that you all are healthy and staying home for the most part. I know we started self-isolating before we were warned to, so this has been nearly a month of being stuck at home. But anyway, it’s a small price to pay to keep loved ones from getting sick.

NASCAR Cup Series…. Thirteen Years Ago

Since I’m working from home, and a little bored as a result, I went out to the NASCAR Media site to see if I could dig up something interesting…

Joey Logano Scores Second Win of the 2020 Season

Just four races in and Joey Logano can easily say he has won half the races this season. That’s the magic of the early part of the racing season. But all kidding aside….

Missed Call Lets Joey Logano Win at Las Vegas

It didn’t look like Joey Logano was going to win the Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas but he got all the luck there was and brought home the checkers.

Eric Jones Wins the Busch Clash, I Mean the Busch “Crash”

While there was some attrition due to wrecks, the race was actually less crash filled than the Cup Busch Clash race on Sunday. That was insane.

Are You Ready For Some Racing??

Hey there race fans, I am back for another season of commentary about the NASCAR Cup series and anything else that strikes my racing fancy.

Denny Hamlin Wins and Heads to Homestead

Denny Hamlin had a fast car this weekend, started third, won Stage 1 and led 143 laps in his battle with Joey Logano and Kyle Busch to fill the final position at the championship race at Homestead.

Denny Hamlin Wins at Kansas to Advance to Round of 8

Denny Hamlin led a dominating 153 laps to win and advance to the next round of the playoffs. Although 10 drivers officially led laps, Kyle Larson was next in line with 60 and Martin Truex, Jr. led 33. After that, no single driver led more than 7 laps.

Martin Truex, Jr. Shuts the Front Door at Richmond

Going into this race, we all knew the JGR teams were going to be tough to beat, but I don’t think anyone thought they would go 1-2-3-4 at the finish. Nor did anyone think that two of the drivers would set the pace leading 311 of the 400 laps. If you are a Toyota fan, this was your race.

Martin Truex Jr. Assumes the Mantle After Winning at Las Vegas

Evidently, the other 23 cars, or so, are just supposed to pull over and let the playoff drivers run through the field and battle for the win amongst themselves. Or at least that is what you would think after listening to the drivers complain all race long and then even after the race.