WWBBD? What Would Big Bill Do About Kyle Busch?

In pondering the matter of Kyle Busch's words, non-words and actions at the end of Saturday's Xfinity race in Fontana, a question comes to mind. If NASCAR left me in charge to investigate and evaluate the champion's team radio rant and the blowing off of his media obligations after the race as the second place finisher, what would I do, what would I forgive, what if any punishment would be handed down. I find the answer by asking the question WWBBD? What would Big Bill do? The Big Bill ...

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Of Jimmie Johnson, Auto Club 400, Logano & Other Reflections

While fans may debate the validity of Jimmie Johnson's championships, there's no denying that the cool Californian has placed his name among the legends. After Sunday's victory at the Auto Club 400, Johnson has cleared the late, great Dale Earnhardt on the all-time leaderboard for seventh place. If that doesn't make Johnson a legend, I don't know what does. Do you realize that not only does Johnson have a streak of 15 seasons in a row where he's won at least two(!) races? That's pretty do ...

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NASCAR Recap: Auto Club 400

[caption id="attachment_686938" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: twitter.com/teamhendrick[/caption] It's a good thing Easter is next week. Tempers flared on the track, after the race and on social media after Sunday's Auto Club 400. Here's a look at winners and losers from California. (more…) ...

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NASCAR Odds: Auto Club 400

The 2016 Sprint Cup season continues is west coast swing with a stop at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. While a field of 39 will compete, the NASCAR odds for Sunday's Auto Club 400 suggest only a handful of drivers have a shot of getting to Victory Lane Sunday in Fontana. (more…) ...

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Here’s The Issue For The Xfinity Series

According to the NASCAR Xfinity Series results page at jayski.com, Kyle Busch has won three races in a row. If I hadn't looked it up, or hadn't heard the recent grumblings about Kyle's said accomplishments, I wouldn't have known otherwise. Like many of you, I don't care. I haven't watched an Xfinity Series race all season. Why would I? I'm seeing a lot of the same racers driving on the same track as the race on Sunday. The NASCAR Xfinity Series- for this fan- has an identity problem. L ...

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