Sunday, November 8, 2015

The First Annual NASCAR News Source Awards will be on November 24th

With the season coming to an end we will have the first annual NASCAR News Source Awards on November 29th right here on The NASCAR News Source. We will award our NASCAR News Source Driver Of The Year, Paint Scheme of the Year, Most Improved Driver Of The Year and many other awards! The voting committee will begin voting on November 23rd and results will be announced on November 29th! Thanks for viewing and We hope you enjoy the awards come November 29th!

Jimmie Johnson Wins For A Sixth Time at Texas

Jimmie Johnson won Sunday's AAA Texas 500 at The Texas Motor Speedway! Brad Keselowski 2nd, 3rd Kevin Harvick, 4th Kyle Busch, and rounding out the Top 5 would be Carl Edwards.

Tire Woes Sends Drivers In A Frenzy

Joey Logano had a blown Left rear tire sending him behind the wall and putting Joey behind the wall and out of contention for the win,
Kyle Larson, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kevin Harvick among a few others also had tire issues today which made people think something was wrong with the Tire Goodyear brought to Texas.
This sent many drivers into a must win situation at Phoenix next weekend.

Chase Drivers head to Phoenix in Must Win Situation

Brad Keselowski who lead the most laps today along with Joey Logano and Kurt Busch are now in must win scenarios going into next weekend's race at Phoenix. 
Extra Hours at the shop this weekend for these drivers going into Phoenix. Which is Kevin Harvick's home. 

Points Leaving Texas

1    Jeff Gordon          WIN
2    Kyle Busch           +10
3    Kevin Harvick      +9
4    Martin Truex Jr    +6
5    Carl Edwards       -6
6    Brad Keselowsk   -19
7    Kurt Busch           -28
8    Joey Logano         -63

NASCAR News Source Driver Of The Week

Dale Earnhardt Jr was one of the drivers who were affected by the situation with the tire and when Jr did not get a caution he had to make a Green flag pit stop he almost went 2 laps down but Jr kept his mind in the right place and game home in the 6th place. We are happy to reveal that Dake Earnhardt Jr is this weekend's Driver of The Week! Congrats Dale! 2 Weeks left who will be next weekend's Driver Of The Week? Well just come back after Phoenix to find out! 


1 48 Jimmie Johnson 
2 2 Brad Keselowski  
3 4 Kevin Harvick  
4 18 Kyle Busch 
5 19 Carl Edwards 
6 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr 
7 41 Kurt Busch  
8 78 Martin Truex Jr 
9 24 Jeff Gordon  
10 1 Jamie McMurray 
11 3 Austin Dillon  
12 20 Erik Jones 
13 27 Paul Menard  
14 33 Brian Scott
15 15 Clint Bowyer  
16 10 Danica Patrick  
17 47 AJ Allmendinger 
18 43 Aric Almirola  
19 16 Greg Biffle 
20 5 Kasey Kahne  
21 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr  
22 31 Ryan Newman  
23 55 David Ragan  
24 9 Sam Hornish Jr 
25 40 Landon Cassill 
26 13 Casey Mears  
27 35 Cole Whitt 
28 51 Justin Allgaier  
29 38 David Gilliland  
30 34 Brett Moffitt  
31 46 Michael Annett 
32 23 Jeb Burton 
33 26 J.J. Yeley  
34 95 Michael McDowell  
35 83 Matt DiBenedetto 
36 98 Ryan Preece  
37 42 Kyle Larson  
38 11 Denny Hamlin  
39 6 Trevor Bayne  
40 22 Joey Logano 
41 7 Alex Bowman  
42 14 Tony Stewart  
43 21 Ryan Blaney

Next Weekend

Next Weekend The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Jeff Gordon Raceway for the Quicken Loans 500 Race For Heroes. Yes I said that right Jeff Gordon Raceway. To help celebrate the historic career of Jeff Gordon they will rename it Jeff Gordon Raceway for one weekend to help honor the Legend in his final appearance at the Phoenix Raceway. 
Joey Logano goes into phoenix in a must win situation and will look to rebound from 2 disappointments. 

Brian Scott - Proving He Deserves To Be On Track With The Best in the Sprint Cup Series

Brian Scott made his Sprint Cup Series Debut at Charlotte in 2013 driving for Richard Childress Racing driving the #33 Shore Lodge Chevrolet SS Entry. In his debut Scott qualified 19th ahead of his teammate at the time of Jeff Burton. Brian would fall back to 27th but that qualifying effort would definitely show that Brian Scott can drive a Sprint Cup Series Car.
Brian has drove in the Xfinity Series for 7 years now with a victory just in grasp. Though not having a win in the Xfinity Series Brian still has 19
Top 5's and 76 Top 10's along with 5 poles. I think with that resume you should be a cup driver. Brian also has 2 career wins in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
In 2014 Brian Scott competed in 6 of the 36 races in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Schedule while also driving for Richard Childress Racing in the Xfinity Series full time. Brian qualified on the pole at Talladega shocking the world by winning the pole in the wildest of wild group qualifying. His best finish in 2014 was a 25th at the season opening Daytona 500.
In 2015 Brian would return to the 33 on a part time basis and would look to continue off the momentum from 2014. After missing the Daytona 500 Brian and the team would tell the world a message and that message was clear. Brian was here and he is going to race as hard as possible. At Las Vegas a best finish of 13th would come Brian's way proving that Las Vegas is just as lucky as they say it is. A string of bad to moderate finishes would continue for Brian Scott as going under Carl Edwards literally at Daytona.
Then Kansas would come with Ruby slippers for Brian as the team qualified 16th for the Second time in 2015. The team would hope not to duplicate there finish at Talladega, where they also qualified 16th, and Brian would drive his tail off. Brian raced all the way up to a 12th place finish awarding him not only just his best career finish but also The NASCAR News Source Driver Of The Week Honors. Brian and the team will look to come off that momentum from Kansas to today in Texas.
Looking at 2016 Brian Scott is looking to run full time for Richard Childress and run for Rookie Of The Year along with drivers like Chase Elliott and possibly Ryan Blaney and Chris Buescher!