NASCAR- They lost their way
NASCAR has lost it's way, how did this happen? I watched it from the 1970's up until all these rule changes that benifit only one automaker, and force all the cars to look like one. Puke. No more exciting finishes, no more great drivers with experience, like Petty and Pearson. NASCAR has left me behind, like the democrats did to Ronald Reagan. And by the numbers and ratings for the last Daytona 500,,,I'm not the only one. Perhaps they will find a fanbase like the faithful that we were, perhaps not. Good Luck NASCAR, you can do it without me.
1965 Grand National Stock Car NASCAR impala SS 2010 Monterey motorsports reunion
Me pulling onto pregrid on Sunday. more information http://NASCARImpala.com
Bill Elliott #94 McDonald's NASCAR road race car on chassis dyno
The ex-"Awesome Bill from Dawsonville" Bill Elliott's 2000 Silver Anniversary NASCAR Ford Taurus road race car formerly sponsored by McDonald's. Built by Bill Elliott's race shop, chassis by Ronnie Hopkins, 358" Ford engine by Ernie Elliott, magnesium Jerico 4 speed and 9" Ford rear by Dan Elliott, chassis setup by Jim Barfield. This car's last NASCAR race was with Bill Elliott at the wheel at the Pepsi 400, Michigan International Speedway, in 2000 where it set a lap time of 38.006 at 189.15 MPH. Currently being prepared for vintage road racing by Colin's Classic Auto of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.