Montoya Had Enough, So He Had At It

NASCAR’s Juan Montoya and Ryan Newman tangled twice at Richmond while Newman screamed foul. Every time a driver dumps somebody they apologize and say it wasn’t intentional. Montoya has had enough of it. His strikes back are intentional. http://www.motorsportsunplugged.com

2011 Daytona 500, Smooth Sailing?

In just a short time the 2011 Daytona 500 will be on us. Will NASCAR get a break from the weather? Will the drivers really stay with two car drafts? Michele Rahal of Motorsports Unplugged and http://www.motorsportsunplugged.com thinks the possible dynamics interesting enough to watch.

Richard Petty: The King Is Back

Richard Petty Motorsports went through a trial by fire….the Petty name was in jeopardy of defeat. Petty took on all odds and emerged as an intact, progressive, funded, talent rich team. A. J. Allmendinger and Marcos Ambrose won big, thanks to the King. http://www.motorsportsunplugged.com

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NASCAR: On Restriction

NASCAR’s Preseason Thunder tests start this morning and may run into Sunday if the rains come in on Friday, as predicted. Michele Rahal of The Motorsports Channel and http://www.motorsportsunplugged.com thinks that NASCAR may actually reduce the restrictor plates even more after today’s test.

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NASCAR: Take A Deep Breath

NASCAR, NHRA, Formula One, IndyCar, MotoGp all are suffering low attendance and low media ratings. It may be time to slow down and change things with more caution. Michele Rahal of The Motorsports Channel and http://www.motorsportsunplugged.com urges NASCAR not to change too much at one time.

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NASCAR’s Montoya: Its Go Time, One Way Or Another

Juan Pablo Montoya is undoubtedly one of the finest drivers in the world. He’s reached a point in his NASCAR career
that he needs a first win. Will 2011 be his breakout year or will he fade out. Michele Rahal of The Motorsports
Channel and http://motorsportsunplugged.com gives his opinion.

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