Following a series of incidents during the recent race at Pocono Raceway, NASCAR officials including Elton Sawyer, NASCAR’s senior vice president of competition, are planning discussions with several of the Cup drivers at the center of it all.
NASCAR senior vice president of competition, Elton Sawyer, has now publicly discussed the decision to suspend driver Chase Elliot for this upcoming weekend’s race at the Enjoy Illinois 300 after the former Cup Series star was found to have intentionally wrecked fellow driver Denny Hamlin at the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
If you’re getting something out of Kyle Busch, you’re getting his uncensored opinion, especially when it comes to other drivers on the track.
NASCAR Chief Operation Officer Steve O’Donnell recently explained why new manufacturers are resistant to join the sport.
NASCAR Chief Operation Officer Steve O’Donnell recently appeared on the Stacking Pennies Podcast with host Corey LaJoie where he appeared to signal that they will try and prevent future Hail Melon style moves going forward.