FORT WORTH, Tex. -- If you wanted the guide to the complaints about modern-day intermediate track racing in the Sprint Cup Series, Saturday night's Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway was all that you needed to see.
There were long green flag runs. Oh, were there long green flag runs. The race's second and final caution was from laps 95-100. That meant the last 234 laps were run under green.
Fort Worth, TX — A NASCAR fan committed suicide during Saturday night’s NRA 500 Sprint Cup Race at Texas Motor Speedway. The incident happened on the racetrack infield as the stock car race was coming to a close. Details of the deat... Read Post
FT. WORTH, Texas (April14, 2012) – Roush Fenway’s Greg Biffle led 91 laps in Saturday night’sSprint Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway, taking the lead for the final timewith 31 laps remaining and powering his No.16 Filtrete/3M Ford F... Read Post