4 Things to Consider When Buying Off Road Tires

When equipping your off road vehicle with tires, you can’t just go to the local auto supply store and buy the first tires you see. You need to consider how you intend to use your vehicle, and do some research on your tire options. Here are a few things you should think about before buying off road tires.

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Darlington Pulls Highest Labor Day Weekend Ratings in Eight Years

The Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway pulled in the sport’s highest Labor Day weekend overnight in eight years. NASCAR Sprint Cup racing from Darlington drew a 3.4 overnight rating on NBC Sunday night (and 8.82 million viewers), up 13% from the comparable Atlanta races last year and in 2013 (3.0 both years).

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Just Four Drivers Left in The Chase… Will It Create a Game 7 Moment?

This is it. Homestead this weekend and the longest season in sports will be over for the NASCAR Sprint Cup teams. Denny Hamlin in the Joe Gibbs entry, Joey Logano from the Penske team, Ryan Newman representing the Richard Childress Racing and Phoenix winner Kevin Harvick driving for Stewart-Haas are the four survivors. It will be interesting to see if long -shot Newman is able to pull the championship off. Newman said on the NBC Sports Network this week, “I’d like to win the championship. The trophy won’t have an…

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It’s Time to get Dodge Back, and Other New Marques into the NASCAR Fold

NASCAR’s problems of not selling tickets and dropping TV ratings is a situation that just has to be solved. Forget the excuses that all of sports world-wide are suffering with deficits due to a global ailing economy. Just because Brian France was able to get a huge increase over the previous contracts starting in 2015, it does not mean the problems are solved. That increase TV money is what is holding NASCAR together. But for how long? There’s a cliche in the rough and tumble business world. “Don’t tell me…

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Indy Car’s Secret Race and Other Things….

Is it just me or does Indy Car have a problem getting their advances out on the doings at Indianapolis?!? We kept looking at TV listings for Mother’s Day weekend particularly at a mysterious one called “Indy Grand Prix”. We knew that years ago Indianapolis Motor Speedway cut back on the amount of activity during the month of May because of the lack of interest (Read that as selling tickets).

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