Posts tagged: nascar

Jul 06 2009

Nascar Sucks Blog

I haven’t posted much to the blog lately, all the action has been on my Nascar Blog twitter account, as I have been wondering if I should even keep the site up. Nascar has threatened a lawsuit saying my site looks too much like theirs and that I am making money off of their trademark. While I’ve been thinking about it, I removed the ads and changed the theme, so that even their bonehead lawyers can tell the difference. But, I have noticed one thing, the negative comments have been coming in to other posts since I haven’t been posting, but, no positive ones. Here are some examples.

From Jeff Patterson:

I have been a diehard Nascar fan since network TV only showed a few of the biggest races, and that is a long time ago. But I am losing my enthusiasm for Nascar racing faster and faster every week. The biggest money and sponsorship goes to a namesake that can’t race his way out of a windtest tunnel, but can win a race at opportune times with the help of Nascar’s wisdom and timely debris calls. That applies to other highly publicized drivers that make good Nascar TV ratings. They are “hot” drivers that benefit from Nascars decisions to call a race. I am especially getting tired of green, white, checkers. I have an idea: lets have qualifying, take the top 20, and just run a green, white, checker. I, myself would find that much more exciting, and surely a lot of my time less wasted. There are still a lot of people out there who believe professional wrestling is REAL, and I think Nascar is banking on that mentality to hoodwink us all for the sake of fat TV contracts. As for me, you can call me a hater, but I call ‘em as I see ‘em. I am going back to my local dirt track, where the real races, and the real drivers DRIVE.

From Namon Jhonston:

NASCAR Sucks. Daytona 500 200 laps only called for rain. Now the 600. Drive damn it. Its a race. Safety, then go be a Nanny.

From Bette Mininger:

Nascar Officials:
I would like to know if Kyle Busch is going to get away with, deliberately, knocking Jeff Gordon out of the All Star 2009 race on May 16, 2009? I would call that dirty driving and deliberate, on his part. Something must be done about Kyle Busch! He seems to think that the end justifies the means. Well, I disagree, and his type of driving may get someone killed. I know that he is a good driver, but lately, he has been carrying it TOO far and to the limit! he drives as if he can do ANYTHING, just to get the win. I am not in favor of these tactics, when the majority of drivers, use more common sense and think of the consequences of their actions toward their fellow drivers. My only gratification, was that Tony Stewart came in and won the race. At least, Kyle Busch’s bullying did not pay off for him.
Please seriously, look into this.
Thank You,
Bette Mininger

From Jumbybird:

I agree, the whole bogity and digger nonsense has to go, Its kinda embarassing to say I love Nascar when this is what transpires on their telecast, and will somebody please tell Larry Mac to shut the heck up! OH GOD, the guy goes on and on and on, while the stuff he says make sense and is informative, THAT VOICE just goes on and on and you don’t have to explain everything, let the pictures and racing speak for them selves.
I have found a work around for them though… play your sound through your home theater system and lower the output of the center channel speaker all the way down…. that way you get the ambient sound and none of the chatter.

And now Nascar says that I can’t use the word Nascar? How in the heck am I supposed to talk about Nascar without using the word Nascar? I guess in their heavy handed way they are probably talking about the title of my website, but Nascar is what it’s about. Maybe I could just change the title to Nascar Sucks. There are many websites about stuff sucking, I wonder if they could sue me over that? I bet I could be on the first page of Google for Nascar sucks in no time.

Oh, and another thing, I wonder how many people, such as myself, went out and enjoyed the 4th of July instead of staying home and watching the Coke Zero 400? The ONE day I would rather Nascar race on a Sunday and they race on a national holiday when the kids expect to be out watching fireworks. What morons.

Feb 01 2009

Nascar 2009 Schedule

Here is the Nascar schedule for 2009.

1 February 15 Daytona Winner: Matt Kenseth
2 February 22 Fontana Winner: Matt Kenseth
3 March 1 Las Vegas Winner: Kyle Busch
4 March 8 Atlanta Winner: Kurt Busch
5 March 22 Bristol Winner: Kyle Busch
6 March 29 Martinsville Sun 1:30 p.m.
7 April 5 Texas Sun 1:30 p.m.
8 April 18 Phoenix Sat 8 p.m.
9 April 26 Talladega Sun 1 p.m.
10 May 2 Richmond Sat 7 p.m.
11 May 9 Darlington Sat 7 p.m.
– May 16 NASCAR Sprint Showdown Sat 7 p.m.
– May 16 Sprint All-Star Race Sat 8:30 p.m.
12 May 24 Charlotte Sun 5 p.m.
13 May 31 Dover Sun 1:30 p.m.
14 June 7 Pocono Sun 12:30 p.m.
15 June 14 Michigan Sun 12:30 p.m.
16 June 21 Sonoma Sun 3:30 p.m.
17 June 28 Loudon Sun 12:30 p.m.
18 July 4 Daytona Sat 6:30 p.m.
19 July 11 Chicago Sat 6:30 p.m.
20 July 26 Indianapolis Sun 1 p.m.
21 August 2 Pocono Sun 1 p.m.
22 August 9 Watkins Glen Sun 1 p.m.
23 August 16 Michigan Sun 1 p.m.
24 August 22 Bristol Sat 6:30 p.m.
25 September 6 Atlanta Sun 7 p.m.
26 September 12 Richmond Sat 7 p.m.
27 September 20 Loudon Sun 1 p.m.
28 September 27 Dover Sun 1 p.m.
29 October 4 Kansas Sun 1 p.m.
30 October 11 Fontana Sun 2:30 p.m.
31 October 17 Charlotte Sat 7 p.m.
32 October 25 Martinsville Sun 1 p.m.
33 November 1 Talladega Sun 12 p.m.
34 November 8 Texas Sun 2:30 p.m.
35 November 15 Phoenix Sun 2:30 p.m.
36 November 22 Homestead Sun 2:30 p.m.

Sep 26 2007

Nascar Schedule for 2008

Nascar has released the schedule for the 2008 season.

02/09/08 Budwesier Shootout Daytona International Speedway -/– -/–
02/17/08 Daytona 500 Daytona International Speedway -/– -/–
02/24/08 TBA California Speedway -/– -/–
03/02/08 TBA Las Vegas Motor Speedway -/– -/–
03/09/08 TBA Atlanta Motor Speedway -/– -/–
03/16/08 TBA Bristol Motor Speedway -/– -/–
03/30/08 TBA Martinsville Speedway -/– -/–
04/06/08 TBA Texas Motor Speedway -/– -/–
04/12/08 TBA Phoenix International Raceway -/– -/–
04/27/08 TBA Talladega Superspeedway -/– -/–
05/03/08 TBA Richmond International Raceway -/– -/–
05/10/08 TBA Darlington Raceway -/– -/–
05/17/08 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Challenge Lowe’s Motor Speedway -/– -/–
05/25/08 TBA Lowe’s Motor Speedway -/– -/–
06/01/08 TBA Dover International Speedway -/– -/–
06/08/08 TBA Pocono Raceway -/– -/–
06/15/08 TBA Michigan International Speedway -/– -/–
06/22/08 TBA Infineon Raceway -/– -/–
06/29/08 TBA New Hampshire International Speedway -/– -/–
07/05/08 TBA Daytona International Speedway -/– -/–
07/12/08 TBA Chicagoland Speedway -/– -/–
07/27/08 TBA Indianapolis Motor Speedway -/– -/–
08/03/08 TBA Pocono Raceway -/– -/–
08/10/08 TBA Watkins Glen International -/– -/–
08/17/08 TBA Michigan International Speedway -/– -/–
08/23/08 TBA Bristol Motor Speedway -/– -/–
08/31/08 TBA California Speedway -/– -/–
09/06/08 TBA Richmond International Raceway -/– -/–
09/14/08 TBA New Hampshire International Speedway -/– -/–
09/21/08 TBA Dover International Speedway -/– -/–
09/28/08 TBA Kansas Speedway -/– -/–
10/05/08 TBA Talladega Superspeedway -/– -/–
10/11/08 TBA Lowe’s Motor Speedway -/– -/–
10/19/08 TBA Martinsville Speedway -/– -/–
10/26/08 TBA Atlanta Motor Speedway -/– -/–
11/02/08 TBA Texas Motor Speedway -/– -/–
11/09/08 TBA Phoenix International Raceway -/– -/–
11/16/08 TBA Homestead-Miami Speedway -/– -/–

Jan 27 2007

Nascar 2007 Schedule

Here is the schedule for the 2007 Nascar Sprint Cup series.

– February 10 Budweiser Shootout Tony Stewart Results
– February 15 Gatorade Duel 1 Tony Stewart Results
– February 15 Gatorade Duel 2 Jeff Gordon
1 February 18 Daytona Kevin Harvick
2 February 25 Fontana Matt Kenseth
3 March 11 Las Vegas Jimmie Johnson
4 March 18 Atlanta Jimmie Johnson
5 March 25 Bristol Kyle Busch
6 April 1 Martinsville Jimmie Johnson
7 April 15 Texas Jeff Burton
8 April 21 Phoenix Jeff Gordon
9 April 29 Talladega Jeff Gordon
10 May 6 Richmond Jimmie Johnson
11 May 13 Darlington Jeff Gordon
– May 19 Nextel Open Martin Truex Jr.
– May 19 Nextel All-Star Challenge Kevin Harvick
12 May 27 Charlotte Casey Mears
13 June 4 Dover Martin Truex Jr.
14 June 10 Pocono Jeff Gordon
15 June 17 Michigan Carl Edwards
16 June 24 Sonoma Juan Montoya
17 July 1 Loudon Denny Hamlin
18 July 7 Daytona Jamie McMurray
19 July 15 Chicago Tony Stewart
20 July 29 Indianapolis Tony Stewart
21 August 5 Pocono Kurt Busch
22 August 12 Watkins Glen Tony Stewart
23 August 21 Michigan Kurt Busch
24 August 25 Bristol Carl Edwards
25 September 2 Fontana Jimmie Johnson
26 September 8 Richmond Jimmie Johnson
27 September 16 Loudon Clint Bowyer
28 September 23 Dover Carl Edwards
29 September 30 Kansas Greg Biffle
30 October 7 Talladega Jeff Gordon
31 October 13 Charlotte Jeff Gordon
32 October 21 Martinsville Jimmie Johnson
33 October 28 Atlanta Jimmie Johnson
34 November 4 Texas Jimmie Johnson
35 November 11 Phoenix Jimmie Johnson
36 November 18 Homestead Matt Kenseth

Jan 27 2006

Nascar 2006 Schedule

Here is the schedule for the Nascar 2006 Sprint Cup season.

– February 12 Budweiser Shootout Denny Hamlin
– February 16 Gatorade Duel 1 Elliott Sadler
– February 16 Gatorade Duel 2 Jeff Gordon
1 February 19 Daytona Jimmie Johnson
2 February 26 Fontana Matt Kenseth
3 March 12 Las Vegas Jimmie Johnson
4 March 20 Atlanta Kasey Kahne
5 March 26 Bristol Kurt Busch
6 April 2 Martinsville Tony Stewart
7 April 9 Texas Kasey Kahne
8 April 22 Phoenix Kevin Harvick
9 May 1 Talladega Jimmie Johnson
10 May 6 Richmond Dale Earnhardt Jr.
11 May 13 Darlington Greg Biffle
– May 20 Nextel Open Scott Riggs
– May 20 NASCAR Nextel All-Star Challenge Jimmie Johnson
12 May 28 Charlotte Kasey Kahne
13 June 4 Dover Matt Kenseth
14 June 11 Pocono Denny Hamlin
15 June 18 Michigan Kasey Kahne
16 June 25 Sonoma Jeff Gordon
17 July 1 Daytona Tony Stewart
18 July 9 Chicago Jeff Gordon
19 July 16 Loudon Kyle Busch
20 July 23 Pocono Denny Hamlin
21 August 6 Indianapolis Jimmie Johnson
22 August 13 Watkins Glen Kevin Harvick
23 August 20 Michigan Matt Kenseth
24 August 26 Bristol Matt Kenseth
25 September 3 Fontana Kasey Kahne
26 September 9 Richmond Kevin Harvick
27 September 17 Loudon Kevin Harvick
28 September 24 Dover Jeff Burton
29 October 1 Kansas Tony Stewart
30 October 8 Talladega Brian Vickers
31 October 14 Charlotte Kasey Kahne
32 October 22 Martinsville Jimmie Johnson
33 October 29 Atlanta Tony Stewart
34 November 5 Texas Tony Stewart
35 November 12 Phoenix Kevin Harvick
36 November 19 Homestead Greg Biffle

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