Infiniti Pro Series driver P.J. Chesson Stepped Up to the Mic in The Freak Nation Sunday Night. The pure enjoyment came when we tapped into his World of Outlaws demeanor as he talked about Indy Car racing.
The real beauty of racing is the ability to bring people together for a good time with a chance to forget what challenges us to celebrate all that makes us brothers and sisters.
We’ve learned that consistency in finishes still gets you a title, just like it did last year when everyone was wringing their hands over Matt Kenseth’s methodical championship run.
Charlotte Busch series winner Mike Bliss visited The Freak Nation Sunday night. He gave us some insight into his future plans since he won't be with Joe Gibbs Racing next season.
I think Elliot Sadler will prove he is a top oohhh seven driver. He seems to have learned it takes more than being fast at a few tracks.
I'd give anything to see Dale Jarrett, Kevin Harvick, Sterling Marlin, Rusty Wallace, and, of course, Michael Waltrip have another chance at the title.
He got off of an airplane from Kansas Speedway Sunday night and called The Freak Nation to celebrate his double up win in the Busch and Nextel Cup races last weekend.
Somehow I wasn't worried that Nemechek would get out of the car with some world wrestling, in your face phoniness. I got the feeling he was happy to be there, he respected the opportunity and expected to be there again …
The Freaks parties are a place to touch, feel and smell (if you are so inclined) the best in the motorsports business. Ask the fans who have been to four, five or even ten of'em.
If Bill Simpson made overalls
You could buy'em off the rack
Make it easy for old-time racers
To retire from the track