NASCAR is trying very, very hard to win back lost fans with every gimmick they can think of.
NASCAR has announced several rules changes for the 2019 Xfinity Series and Gander Outdoors Truck Series.
In an attempt to give us better racing, NASCAR makes changes to their rules packages every year, and this year is no different.
A number of changes to the NASCAR landscape were announced last year before the season ended.
I don’t think stage racing is going to take long to sway the unconvinced.
NASCAR recently announced that they would make some changes to how races play out starting in 2017. No longer will we see a race run in a single segment.
In a dramatic turn from the traditional style of racing, for which NASCAR has been famous since its inception in 1948, NASCAR has changed their racing format to attract a new crowd of television viewers.
NASCAR has made some changes that will take effect in the 2017 season.
After the Chicagoland Chase race, which he won, Truex’s number 78 Furniture Row Toyota Camry failed the LIS twice – and basically nothing happened to him.
Mike Aguilar goes through the NASCAR rules changes from the past few years, and speculates on why the changes have been made.