With the new year comes a new name – a look into Petty GMS’ transformation into Legacy M.C.
Tag Archives: Noah Gragson
Dear Santa: What Should These 10 NASCAR Personalities Ask For on Christmas
Ah, the holidays. Snow is falling, we’re all freezing to death on the east coast, and for lots of boys and girls across the world, Santa is coming to town. But what if the drivers, owners, and other personalities of NASCAR had an opportunity to ask Saint Nick for a Christmas gift? What would theyContinue reading “Dear Santa: What Should These 10 NASCAR Personalities Ask For on Christmas”
RADIO SWEETHEART: The Perfect Race Day Playlist
The first installment to the Radio Sweetheart Series. In this installment, Gi examine’s what are the ‘perfect’ tracks for a race day playlist.
Boom, Confetti! Jimmie Johnson Is Back!
News of Jimmie Johnson’s new ownership stake in Petty GMS Racing and his attempt at the 2023 Daytona 500.
Ty Gibbs, NASCAR Xfinity Series Champion in Phoenix
Ty Gibbs emerged victorious in a clean and hyper-competitive Xfinity Series championship race.
Conquering the Beast: Gragson Wins at Homestead
A recap of the Contender Boats 250 at Homestead – Miami Speedway.
Gragson Takes Four In a Row – Andy’s Frozen Custard 300
Recap of the Xfinity Series Round of 12 opener at Texas Motor Speedway.
The Season of Rain Races Continues – Kansas Lottery 300
Another rain race brought us another five-time winner on the season.
Race Recap: Gragson Outlasts Creed in Classic Darlington Finish
It’s 11:00 east coast time and I still don’t believe what my eyes just witnessed. The Sport Clips VFW Help a Hero 200 finished up almost three hours ago, for context. The finish is the story, but I’ll get to that in a moment. The race started just after 3:00 and was dominated by NoahContinue reading “Race Recap: Gragson Outlasts Creed in Classic Darlington Finish”
What Even Was the Wawa 250? (Oh, and Jeremy Clements Won)
Certainly the weirdest race of the 2022 Xfinity Series season, nearly everybody had a bad night. Everybody except for race winner Jeremy Clements and the other underdogs at the front of the field.