Date archive: July 2012

Chip Goode–500 and counting

There is no way to know and probably impossible to track, but 500 races in a row should be some kind of record. This past weekend at Indianapolis, rear tire carrier Chip ...

2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Kansas
Danger zone: NASCAR crewmen must deal with danger, gamesmanship on pit road

Bob Pockrass Sporting News CONCORD, N.C.—NASCAR drivers get paid to drive fast. They don’t get paid to creep along pit road worrying about hitting pit crew members. Their focus is to spend ...

Tim “Poptart” Sheet–“Fats where it’s at”

This year at the Pit Crew Challenge an unlikely winner took home 1st. place in the Front Tire Changing category and it was a surprise to everyone except him. Let me introduce ...

Mike Klein–Pit roads strongest man

Pit road is filled with the testosterone of 258 crew man every week. Every man and team is trying to figure out who’s the best. Pittalks has found the best when it ...

Team 48–Never Stop Improving

Every year the 48 team is one of the most interesting and most talked about teams in the garage. With that, comes the pressure and expectations that the team, driver, and organization ...

Voda’s View–Females in the Pits

For years Krista Voda has been a voice on Nascar’s pit road. In a male dominated sport Krista has managed to make a name for herself and become one of the most ...

At The Waters Edge

            As I finished up writing my chapel message earlier this week I thought this is one of the best messages I had written but God quickly reminded ...

No one said pit road was safe.

Over the last few years Nascar has put an emphasis on the safety of the drivers and crews. No matter how much work Nascar puts into making safety a priority, and they ...

Crewman and drivers head down to the coast for a triathlon after Daytona.

For years now crewman and drivers have been known to do some crazy stuff after a race. Good, bad, or indifferent, the stories can go on and on. This story is one ...

Roush jack man suffers major injury at Kentucky.

This weekend at Kentucky during the Nationwide Race, jack man Jeremy Neely suffered one of the worst injuries we’ve seen in a while. During a routine pit stop sequence, he was the ...

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