The long seasons of the national NASCAR touring series criss-cross the continental United States most weeks. It’s often been referred to as a traveling circus. But even circuses need to eat.Read more
If you only watch your TV or listen to your radio’s broadcast of the weekly NASCAR races, you’re missing a lot of color, detail, and race insight. NASCAR is the only professional sport where you can listen in on the transmission between driver, spotter and crew chief. Regardless of your driver allegiances, veteran spotter Brett Griffin is one of most entertaining, insightful and fun guys to listen to on your race scanner.
A few hours before the green flag dropped, he was gracious enough to sit down with ClosetNASCARFan.com to spend a few minutes talking NASCAR with us. In the interview, he was just as entertaining and insightful.Read more
Friday afternoon at Richmond Raceway, from within the No. 34 hauler, Landon Cassill took a few minutes to talk with ClosetNASCARFan.com, talking tracks, fitness, his current Front Row Motorsports team, and neck beards.Read more
No. 83 Rookie NASCAR Cup driver Corey LaJoie sat down with ClosetNASCARFan.com and talked about his rookie season, his racing future, podcasting and more in a candid interview at Richmond Raceway before qualifying.Read more
Michael McDowell’s not a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver you see a whole lot about in pre or post race interviews or features. But he and the single car race team he drives for at Levine Family Racing are looking to do more with less.Read more
David Ragan talks Martinsville and NASCAR Experiments on Pole Day at Martinsville Speedway.Read more
Gray Gaulding, 17, has raced a lot of vehicles in a lot of series, but the near future looks to be all about the Camping World Truck series.Read more