—After a highly-controversial finish to last week’s race, the Chase rolls on with all eyes on possible payback at Nascar’s smallest track. Unless it rains.
—A piece of the 2015 Silly Season puzzle fell into place the other day, as Justin Allgaier was signed to drive the JRM Xfinity #7 car next year and beyond. With Allgaier taking Brandt with him, it makes me wonder why Harry Scott is giving up a stable sponsor and an inexpensive driver for one season at the big time? Oh, right, he can sell his “charter”.
—Speaking of 2016, Nascar released their 2016 schedules for the Sprint Cup and Xfinity Series this week, with no major changes and locked-in races for five years. It should be noted that the “locked-in” refers to these tracks getting guarantees on hosting these races, not the actual dates themselves. After all, there’s always at least a schedule adjustment for Easter, and the occasionally moving of Atlanta to a worse weekend.
—Surprisingly there’s no Cup drivers entered in tomorrow’s Truck Series race besides David Gilliland. Here’s hoping Kyle Busch has hired someone to block him from instinctively getting into the truck Saturday afternoon.