Ok now we are getting down to the end of this so called chase that the beach bunch has throwed together. First off I dont think they would have all the good guys in the position they are in at the end or near the end of the series. One thing has led to another,The first is while we thought we had seen urgency when it comes to advancing out of this Eliminator Round into the Final Four, I think a non-Chase driver taking a win off the board simply ramps up the tension even that much more now because three chances for an automatic berth into the final four has now dropped. Now for eight drivers, there are only two more chances to win. The other thing this does is make what Ryan Newman and Matt Kenseth are doing in the Chase look downright brilliant. Neither have a win this year yet. With that said, however, Ryan is now second in the points and Matt is fourth in the points. Remember that only four drivers advance after next weekend's race at Phoenix. Those two drivers are using their…See More
It's about time!I've been staying at haunted hotels across the way (Tutwiler Hotel in Birmingham and the Myrtle Plantation in St. Francisville) and I'm finally at the Olivier House in NOLA.On the way to Birmingham we passed Talladega so that was pretty cool!See More
"3rd place LMS finisher J.E. Beard of Bailey, NC was a former Wilson County Speedway dirt track champion, whose father, Edsel Beard sold some of the coldest beer in NC at his little country store on NC Highway 581 between Bailey and Spring Hope.…"
"RR, member Buddy Burton will be interested to see a photo spotted by TMC-Chase of his family's outside pole sitting Burton & Robinson Concrete Construction Olds #44 LMS wheeled at this Martinsville 1977 Cardinal 500 race by Neil Bonnett.…"
"Neil Bonnett would start this same Burton & Robinson Olds on the outside pole in the Late Model Sportsman portion of Martinsville's Oct. 1977 Cardinal 500. A blown engine on lap 89 of 250 relegated Neil to a 30th place finish. Thanks to…"