Site Owner Larry Lewton is especially interested in the history of NASCAR and how it has evolved into the sport it is today.
Sioux Falls, South Dakota (PRWEB) March 20, 2010
NASCARFanatic.com, a blog about NASCAR – its history, most popular drivers, and current race results, has published new blog entries titled “Thrilling NASCAR Finishes,” “The History of NASCAR Racing,” and “History of NASCAR’s Cup Series.”
The entry “Thrilling NASCAR Finishes” from NASCARFanatic.com details several of the most exciting NASCAR finishes in the last decade. Many of these exciting finishes involved Dale Earnhardt, Sr., who was known for the crashes he was involved in before the crash that led to his untimely death. The danger of racing is a sentiment echoed throughout the article, including in a description of the 2009 crash of Carl Edwards into the fence at Talladega on the final lap.
“The History of NASCAR Racing” is another of the latest blog entries on NASCARFanatic.com. This entry examines how Bill France’s fateful car break down in Daytona Beach, Florida led to the creation of a new sport: automobile racing. By 1959, the blog explains, the Daytona International Speedway had been opened complete with a huge 2.5 mile banked track. The blog concludes that NASCAR fans have only grown in numbers since the sport’s inception.
“With the first sanctioned race in 1948 in (Bill) France’s adopted home of Daytona Beach, the (Cup) Series was off and running” according to the blog “History of NASCAR’s Cup Series” on NASCARFanatic.com. This blog entry mainly focuses on the changing sponsors for the NASCAR Cup Series and how sponsors have helped the sport to grow. The blogger concludes with the explanation that the current Cup Series sponsor is Sprint.
NASCARFanatic.com was launched in July of 2009, and wrote blog entries about topics like NASCAR drivers Jimmy Johnson and Jeff Gordon. Site Owner Larry Lewton is especially interested in the history of NASCAR and how it has evolved into the sport it is today. Website Business is responsible for designing and maintaining the site structure of NASCARFanatic.com.