SHOW #292 – Guest: Miss Sprint Cup Kim Coon – We are getting pumped for the coming 2014 NASCAR season! We hit you with news of the week, discuss the massive changes to the Chase, and massive changes to NASCAR’S penalty system, and more. Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Toby Christie. Continue reading “The Final Lap Weekly #292 NASCAR Podcast – Miss Sprint Cup Kim Coon / Massive Chase Changes”
SHOW #291 – Guests: Greg Stumpf (offaxispaint), Greg Biffle – We break down the weeks NASCAR news, Discuss the driver changes this season, Sprint Media Tour highlights, oh yeah, and NASCAR’s massive overhaul to The Chase. Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Toby Christie) Continue reading “The Final Lap Weekly #291 NASCAR Podcast – Greg Stumpff, Greg Biffle, and The New Chase”
By Reid Spencer
NASCAR Wire Service
LAS VEGAS — In his annual “state of the sport” news conference Thursday at the Wynn Las Vegas, NASCAR chairman and CEO Brian France summed up the 2013 season succinctly. Continue reading “NASCAR’s Brian France On 2013 Season: ‘We Had A Good Year’”
NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France discussed with media members how he sees NASCAR moving forward throughout the 2013 season, highlighting the much-anticipated Gen-6 car, the future of track drying and NASCAR’s television partnerships for the upcoming season.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (August 7, 2012) – “Dodge has been a great partner to NASCAR for many years, and they have been part of numerous memorable moments throughout our history,” said NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France. “They made a business decision not to return in 2013, as they did in 1977 before returning in 2001. We wish them well and hope they again will choose to return to NASCAR at a later date.
“Our fans have a passion for cars and emotional connections to particular manufacturers, and that’s why in 2013 we will debut new race car designs that are modeled after each manufacturer’s production cars. This change is a direct result of feedback from our fans, who are the most brand loyal in all of sports.”