It Was Bristol, Baby!

42LarsonChevyBristol04If you suffered through the hours of rain delay, you got to see one heck of a race. The race was delayed twice by rain and eventually Carl Edwards won under caution for rain.

The first part of the race saw a different set of race contenders than after the second rain delay. Dale Jr. looked like he had a car that could compete. Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski looked stout. Denny Hamlin had faded from the pole but looked like he had something once the track got more rubber laid down.

And then it rained. Again. And the temperature dropped. 

TV Times: Phoenix and Daytona Leftovers

Kevin Harvick’s win at Phoenix was a plain and simple domination of the race. He led 78 consecutive laps of that race. “We’ve put a lot of work into the race car,” said Harvick in victory lane. Kevin has been a master of that track having won three out of four races at that track. Getting second was Junior who said, “We were just too far away to catch the leader. We worked our butts off before and during this race.”  

Kobalt 400 to Feature Newly Introduced Aerodynamic and Chassis Changes

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Mar. 6, 2014) — Forty-eight drivers from the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series turned laps at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Thursday to further build upon the 2014 intermediate-track rules package that was formalized late last year.

Serving as the first official NASCAR test with the new 2014 rules package in place, today’s four-hour session allowed teams to prepare for Sunday’s Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway – the series’ first visit to a 1.5-mile track in 2014 – and beyond.