Monday, November 23, 2015

Note From The Writer

Over 5 Months I was blessed to write and report NASCAR in Visions of someone finding me and having me write for a career. As having no background of writing on a blog I had no expectations of it getting much if any reaction. 5 Months ago I began writing this blog never expecting it to get as large as it is today. Earlier this year I was looking for 1,000 views a month. Right now I have 4,000+ views this month alone. Also we hit a milestone I had never expected we would hit but we did. We currently
10,282 views all time and counting all time. As we enter the final race of the 2015 season I would just like to thank Everyone for their continued support as I pursue my dream of writing for NASCAR as a career. As many of you know I will no longer be a spectator for NASCAR while I put my main focus on working in some sort with NASCAR. Yes on the final lap of today's race I was kind of emotional as this season comes to an end and the end of an Personal Era comes to an end.
Very neat today to see Joe Gibbs Racing win a championship that was 10 years in the making just like me. Congrats to Kyle Busch who also won Rookie Of The Year 10 years ago.
I just want to send my appreciation to everyone who has supported me through this amazing year and I hope to let none of you down! Please keep updated on my blog as we are only getting started on the off season! Again Thank you Everyone! (Koelle, 2015)

Kyle Busch Wins A Championship 10 Years in the Making

10 Years ago Kyle Busch won the Rookie Of The Year in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in the same year that Joe Gibbs Racing last won a Championship with Tony Stewart.
Kyle Busch won Sunday's Ford 400 by taking a commanding lead on the last restart after a debris caution. Kevin Harvick finished second for the 13th time in 2015 and will look to continue that momentum into 2016. Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano and Kyle Larson rounded out the top 5!

NASCAR News Source Driver Of The Week 

Despite being eliminated from the chase Joey Logano did not let his past get to him. Both his past from Homestead in 2014 but also the last 3 races. Joey showed respect to Matt Kenseth and Matt showed the same. Both stayed like normal civilized NASCAR competitors. Over the last 3 weeks Joey has had bad luck after bad luck and to end the season on a high note has to be good for team morale going into 2016!


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

Final Point Standings

1 Kyle Busch
2 Kevin Harvick
3 Jeff Gordon
4      Martin Truex Jr
5 Carl Edwards
6 Joey Logano
7 Brad Keselowski
8 Kurt Busch
9 Denny Hamlin
10 Jimmie Johnson
11 Ryan Newman
12 Dale Earnhardt Jr.
13 Jamie McMurray
14 Paul Menard
15 Matt Kenseth
16 Clint Bowyer
17 Aric Almirola
18 Kasey Kahne
19 Kyle Larson
20 Greg Biffle
21 Austin Dillon
22 AJ Allmendinger
23 Casey Mears
24 Danica Patrick
25 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
26 Sam Hornish Jr
27 David Ragan
28 Tony Stewart
29 Trevor Bayne
30 Justin Allgaier
31 Cole Whitt
32 David Gilliland
33 Alex Bowman
34 Brett Moffitt
35 Matt DiBenedetto
36 Michael Annett
37 Josh Wise
38 Jeb Burton
39 Michael McDowell
40 Alex Kennedy
41 Reed Sorenson
42 Bobby Labonte
43 Michael Waltrip
44 Ryan Preece
45 Brian Vickers
46 Will Kimmel III
47 Mike Wallace
48 T.J. Bell
49 Eddie MacDonald
50 Kyle Fowler
51 Ron Hornaday Jr.

Next Race

By the time February 21st gets here Daytona will have risen and will have a new look to it. As NASCAR Enters a new age with new drivers we will look to who will fill the shoes of those who have departed from the Sprint Cup Series in the Final year with Sprint as the Entitlement Sponsor. 
Also as the sport raced his final race ,one Legend another begins his farewell tour as Tony Stewart will retire at the end of the 2016 Season and with the Daytona 500 one of those races Smoke has never won look for Smoke to rise at Daytona with the NEW Grandstands!