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The Atlanta race was doomed to fail from the start

Monday, March 2nd, 2015

By Richard Allen
The Atlanta Motor Speedway has often struggled to put fans in the seats. And Sunday’s QuikTrip Folds of Honor 500 demonstrated that clearly as there appeared to be far more empty seats than filled ones for the Sprint Cup race held on that 1.5-mile track located just south of the city of Atlanta.
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The Devil Went Down to Georgia(Atlanta race version)

Saturday, February 28th, 2015

By Richard Allen
The Devil went down to Georgia, He was looking for a race car to steal
He was in a bind, Daytona qualifyin’ had put him way behind cause he couldn’t make a draftin’ deal
Then he came upon a plain white trailer hooked to Ford dually sittin’ in a motel parkin’ lot
He headed toward Atlanta, changed […]

There’s likely enough blame for everyone regarding qualifying mess in Atlanta

Friday, February 27th, 2015

By Richard Allen
If you hadn’t watched NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying on Friday evening from the Atlanta Motor Speedway you might have looked at the final results and thought that everything went somewhat predictably. After all, the Daytona 500 winner no doubt came into this weekend with all sorts of momentum on his side and that […]

Tyler Reddick’s Daytona Truck Win Does the Dirt Racing World Proud

Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

By Richard Allen
I don’t blog on this site nearly as much as I used to because I spend so much time covering events and stories for¬† That said, I obviously spend a great deal of time around the sport of Dirt Late Model racing and am pretty familiar with a most of its drivers. So […]

Trevor Bayne should be judged as if he had never won the Daytona 500

Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

By Richard Allen
There was a lot made of the fact that there was cheering in the media center at the Daytona International Speedway back in 2011 when Trevor Bayne crossed the finish line first to provide a storybook ending to the Daytona 500. Media members are not supposed to have favorites and aren’t supposed to […]

Kyle Busch injury makes a case for Sprint Cup drivers only racing in Sprint Cup

Sunday, February 22nd, 2015

By Richard Allen

I have contended for years that the series now known as Xfinity needs to have its own identity by racing apart from the Sprint Cup series on tracks that are unique to it and with drivers who are either using it as a stepping stone to higher levels or who have simply found […]

Here’s Hoping Jeff Gordon Reaches the 100 Victory Milestone

Saturday, January 17th, 2015

Jeff Gordon won four Sprint Cup races in 2014.

There simply is no comparison between NASCAR’s Chase and the college football playoff

Tuesday, January 13th, 2015

By Richard Allen
With the championship game of the college football playoff having just taken place on Monday night, there might be the temptation to make a comparison between the NCAA’s way of selecting a champion and the method used by NASCAR’s Sprint Cup division this past year. This may especially be true when it is […]

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