The Indianapolis 500 has long been considered the Super Bowl of auto racing. When we were kids, my friends and I would race our bikes around the block endlessly. Some would claim to be Mario Andretti, I would always choose Al Unser Sr. He was a winner and always seemed like a great guy. Thursday night, Al Unser, Sr., the 4 time Indy 500 champ, passed away.
Sad news to report today as the racing community mourns the loss of one it's biggest and most decorated stars. Walter “Bud” Moore Jr., a decorated member of America’s “Greatest Generation” who went on to win NASCAR championships as car owner and crew chief, has died at the age of 92.
After hearing the news that Dale Earnhardt Jr. is retiring, I reflected on the one and only experience I had at an actual NASCAR race. As an avid sports fan, but never a racing fan, I truly had a blast.
After a long and grueling season, it all comes down to one race. Today we will find out who will be the NASCAR Spring Cup Champion. Today in Miami, Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards, Joey Logano and Kyle Busch will face off in a winner take all battle to be the champion...