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Watkins Glen boot worthy of NASCAR consideration

Leading into NASCAR’s yearly visit to Watkins Glen International for its second road-course race of the year, one can almost count on at least one thing — gripes, questions, etc.,…

NASCAR limits on Cup in Xfinity, Truck shouldn’t go any further

There’s a popular saying that goes something like, “Be careful what you wish for; you just may get it.” I think fans complaining about Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers…

Joe Gibbs Racing-issued suspensions went too far or not far enough

I’m not a big fan of Joe Gibbs Racing’s suspension of two members of the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing pit crew that was announced on Thursday as the result…

Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s retirement isn’t the end

During her “Dialed In” show on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio on Wednesday night, host Claire B. Lang mentioned a newspaper article that described NASCAR’s post-Dale Earnhardt Jr. future as grim. She…

NASCAR overtime line needs to go

I’ve never been a fan of the overtime line rule recently instituted in NASCAR’s national divisions to replace the green-white-checker rule. It’s always struck me as a knee-jerk reaction to…

More trucks on dirt could be too much of a good thing

All, or at least most, of the talk in the NASCAR world Wednesday related to the Camping World Truck Series’ yearly dirt race at Tony Stewart’s Eldora Speedway in Rossburg,…

Not going to the No. 88 doesn’t necessarily rule out a move to Hendrick Motorsports

Matt Kenseth pretty much took himself out of the rumor mill for the No. 88 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet upon Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s retirement at season’s end with comments made Monday…

Surprises of the 2017 NASCAR season, so far

When the checkered flag waved on the Quaker State 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta on Saturday night, it also waved on the first…

Brad Keselowski’s criticism of car perplexing

After wrecking out of the Quaker State 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta on Saturday night, Brad Keselowski was vocal about NASCAR needing to…

Guessing where Matt Kenseth may end up next year

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series veteran driver and 2003 champion revealed Friday during his media availability at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta that he doesn’t expect to still be the driver…