Put the 12 drivers from the Chase on a stage, add a cooler full of beer and questions from NASCAR fans and you get a raucous, funny and sometimes raunchy look at the drivers from the 2012 season.
Over the past several years, one of the most frequently heard complaints from NASCAR fans is that Sprint Cup cars hardly resemble the street models as they once did.
Once again NASCAR is prepared to make its annual trek to Las Vegas to host the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion’s Weeks where the Sprint Cup champ will be crowned.
Hummmmmm. Can you hear it? That’s the sound of an electric pace car at a Sprint Cup race.
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We’ve all become cynics. Maybe that’s our own fault, but maybe it’s also a symptom of the culture we live in.
I’ve done a few cartoons on the Tweeting talents of Brad Keselowski and I approach the subject again today in one of my sketches from the press box at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The Neon Garage in the infield at Las Vegas Motor Speedway allows racing fans to get a closeup view of the drivers and teams as they prepare their cars in the garage area.
I love the smell of exhaust fumes in the morning.
If I could choose to own any high-performance vehicle available today, I would have to pass on the exotic names that would initially come to the mind of any car fantastic.
The NASCAR offseason is always tough for me. As soon as the Cup season ends, I find myself counting the days until the Daytona 500.
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