NASCAR Celebrates Hispanic National Heritage Month

Posted by: Jack Tomas of www.tuvez.com  NASCAR has partnered with the Hispanic Scholarship Fund to raise money to support math and science programs for underprivileged Latino kids. It's all a part of their increased push into Mexico and other Latino markets. Mexicans have always loved racing, especially Indy and formula one, but NASCAR was but a dream for many years South of the Border. That is until 2004 when NASCAR realized how lily White they were and implemented their "Drive For Diversity ...

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NASCAR BROADCASTS CAN LEARN FROM FORMULA ONE

Have you ever wanted to do something that you thought was pretty neat? Then after years of saying, “I want to do that someday,” the opportunity finally presented itself? Well, someday arrived and I did something pretty neat.I woke to an early alarm last Sunday morning and made the half-hour drive south to the SPEED TV studio in Charlotte, NC. I was allowed to sit in on the broadcast of the Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix. I heard and read how World Championship race productions took p ...

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TITLE RACE WOULD BE CLOSE UNDER A DIFFERENT POINT SYSTEM

After Jimmie Johnson's lucky sixth-place finish at Talladega, his lead is basically insurmountable. It does not have to be this way. As I pointed out last week, if NASCAR used a different scoring system, we could be winding up one of the most exciting seasons in Sprint Cup history. What if, instead of Jimmie Johnson looking like a lock for his fourth straight title, the story line was: With three races to go, Mark Martin, Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart and Denny Hamlin all have a shot at keeping John ...

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