NASCAR officials held a press conference to unveil rule changes for the 2010 season. Many of the rules changes were leaked beforehand. But, one of the biggest surprises is that the yellow line rule, which was expected to go away, will in fact stay.
Both Jayski and SceneDaily are reporting that the drivers have conducted the first on-track tests of the new spoiler that will replace the current wing on the Sprint Cup Series car sometime next season. The rear quarter panels were also extended by four inches towards the ground. So far, reviews have been generally positive.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Director John Darby sent a memo to teams explaining that an open test has been scheduled March 23rd-24th to test out a spoiler for the current Sprint Cup car. The specifics haven’t been ironed out, yet, though.
Ford Motor Company announced that its Ford Mustang will make its debut in the NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2010, as part of the car-of-tomorrow rollout in the series.
As GM considers bankruptcy, and Car and Driver publishes hoax articles about Dodge and Chevy being ordered out of NASCAR, I asked myself what would happen if Dodge and or Chevy pulled out of NASCAR. The answer? Probably not much would happen. While NASCAR touted the safety aspects, the savings, and the closer competition as […]
The Nationwide Series Car Of Tomorrow made its debut on Monday at a test at Richmond International Raceway, and thus far, the driver response has been positive. Carl Edwards told ESPN: I hadn’t seen the car all finished and sitting on the ground. It’s good. It drives really well. It feels a lot like the car we’re […]