Looking at Sunday's race at Bristol Motor Speedway in the rear-view mirror:
Boy, it sure is nice to have Bristol back again, isn’t it?
Since I do a radio show each weekday morning on Sirius NASCAR Radio this may come off as a shameless plug. So be it, but I feel fans should know that Kevin Harvick is scheduled to appear as a guest on Tony Stewart’s weekly show on that channel Monday night at 8.
Stewart is supposed to allow Harvick – and I am not making this up – to wax the hair off Stewart’s back in exchange for a large charitable donation. Interesting timing, huh?
I know Dale Jarrett now works for ESPN, but would it have killed Fox to show at least some of the prerace tribute to him?
They waited until the very end of a long postrace fill to show him addressing the drivers’ meeting and then interviewed him.
Frankly, Jarrett deserved better.
Fox certainly found the time to work in a free ad for the “Digger” T-shirts being made and sold by Motorsports Authentics. With decisions like that, is there any wonder that company lost money last year?
Darrell Waltrip was a trouper on Sunday’s broadcast, but to what end? The man couldn’t talk. Send him home and put Jeff Hammond in the booth.