Roadgeek Ramblings #21: RS Racing deserves a Cup affiliation

Saturday night’s race at Iowa was an interesting affair. Despite the domination of Christopher Bell in the #20 Joe Gibbs Racing car, it did...

Roadgeek Ramblings #20: A New Truck Schedule

In Wednesday’s article, this author wrote about the idea of bringing NASCAR Camping World Truck Series to the Indiana speed palaces of Salem and...

Looking for New Speedways for the Truck schedule? Look No Further Than Indiana

The buzzword going around the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series garage is grassroots. It was 22 years ago when Phoenix International Raceway was the...

The Indianapolis 500 ‘Fan-sperience’

Memorial Day Weekend is never about the cookouts, the cold ones or the lake trips but rather the remembrance of the brave soldiers that...

Roadgeek Ramblings #19: Red Horse Racing Gutpunch

On Monday, Lee Spencer of Motorsport.com wrote some terrible news that struck this fan hard. Tom DeLoach, the owner of Red Horse Racing, told...

Roadgeek Ramblings #18: Racing Safety

On Saturday night, a scary wreck occurred at Kansas Speedway on lap 200 that shocked the entire NASCAR community and at the same time...

Roadgeek Ramblings #17: Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. wins at Talladega

In December, Armchair made mention of the struggles at Roush Fenway Racing for the last few seasons. The team seemed lost in the sands of...

Roadgeek Ramblings #16: Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Retirement Blues

The impact of the announced retirement of Dale Earnhardt, Jr. has shaken the NASCAR world. The decision does not surprise some writers and fans, especially...

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. announces his retirement

In one of the least surprising headlines of the 2017 season so far, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., driver of the no. 88 Nationwide/Axalta Chevrolet for...

Roadgeek Ramblings #15: North Wilkesboro Needs a Hero

There are many complaints about the fact that North Wilkesboro Speedway, one of the premier short tracks of NASCAR, is sitting on the side...