Episode #1624 – Short Tracking Chase Reset for Eight at Martinsville from a NASCAR Fan’s View

This episode is the latest from NascarFansView.com and JustAFansView.com and is a production of PodCastNorm dot Com with host Rusty Norman. It gives Rusty’s opinion of the First race in the Third round this weekend at Martinsville Sunday afternoon October 29, 2016. This first race of the third segment of the 2016 Chase will have the narrowed field of eight vying for the Sprint Cup Championship. The Cup Teams go from their biggest track (Talladega) to their smallest, Martinsville and should be very exciting and intense racing and, like any other NASCAR Cup Chase race, there is a lot riding on this one and though there are only eight actually now competing in the Chase, any of the 40 starting can win. This particular race is another special one because it is also Tony Stewart’s last race at at Martinsville along with Jeff Gordon once again filling in for Dale Jr.

imageAs is always the case, consistent lap times, getting in and out of the pits with no problems or penalties and a strategy that maintains good track position throughout the day will once again result in one of the forty drivers sitting in Victory Lane. Martinsville is a legendary short track full of great racing and anything can happen. As a general rule, this is a race where there is always the chance of hot tempers and high emotions will rule the eight still in the Chase for the Championship. These article/podcasts are usually once weekly podcasts and sometimes twice when events warrant it during the NASCAR season (which generally runs from February through the middle of November.) Rusty is a former hometown Stock Car driver and owner and his passion and love for the sport is evident as he shares his take and opinion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as the Season progresses from the season beginning at Daytona in February and ending with the Championship at Homestead, FL in November.

Episode #1623 – Talladega, Restrictor Plates and Elimination from a NASCAR Fan’s View

This episode is the latest from NascarFansView.com and JustAFansView.com and is a production of PodCastNorm dot Com with host Rusty Norman. It gives Rusty’s opinion of the Third Chase race of the second segment this weekend at Talladega Sunday afternoon October 22, 2016. This third race of the second segment of the 2016 Chase will once again have the narrowed field of twelve for the Sprint Cup Championship except when this one is over, four of the drivers will be eliminated from the Chase for the Cup Championship. That will make for interesting and intense racing and, like any other NASCAR Cup race, there is a lot riding on this one and though there are only twelve competing in the Chase, any of the 40 can win. This particular race is another special one because it is also Tony Stewart’s last race at Talladega. He has been eliminated from the Chase and is retiring at the end of this year.

imageAs is always the case, consistent lap times, getting in and out of the pits with no problems or penalties and a strategy that maintains good track position throughout the day will once again result in one of the forty drivers sitting in Victory Lane. Talladega always seems to offer great restrictor plate racing and anything can happen. As a general rule, it is a race where there is always the chance of a Big One and a surprise finish along with a lot of emotion. These article/podcasts are usually once weekly podcasts and sometimes twice when events warrant it during the NASCAR season (which generally runs from February through the middle of November.) Rusty is a former hometown Stock Car driver and owner and his passion and love for the sport is evident as he shares his take and opinion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as the Season progresses from the season beginning at Daytona in February and ending with the Championship at Homestead, FL in November.

Episode #1622-The Chase Continues At Kansas from a NASCAR Fan’s View

This episode is the latest from NascarFansView.com and JustAFansView.com and is a production of PodCastNorm dot Com with host Rusty Norman. It gives Rusty’s opinion of the Second Chase race of the second segment this weekend at The Kansas Speedway Sunday afternoon October 15, 2016. This second race of the second segment of the 2016 Chase
will once again have the narrowed field of twelve for the Sprint Cup Championship. It is important for any of gthe twelve wanting to advance into the third segment of the Chase to either win or finish near the front. That will make for interesting and intense racing and, like any other NASCAR Cup race, there are a lot of drivers to choose from to pick as a winner and any of the 40 can win but only 12 are now competing for the Championship. This particular race is another special one because it is also Tony Stewart’s last Chase race at the Kansas Speedway. He has been eliminated from the Chase and is retiring at the end of this year.

imageAs is always the case, consistent lap times, getting in and out of the pits with no problems or penalties and a strategy that maintains good track position throughout the day will once again result in one of the forty drivers sitting in Victory Lane. The Kansas Speedway always seems to offer great racing and anything can happen. As a general rule, it is a race where there is always the chance of a surprise finish along with a lot of emotion. These article/podcasts are usually once weekly podcasts and sometimes twice when events warrant it during the NASCAR season (which generally runs from February through the middle of November.) Rusty is a former hometown Stock Car driver and owner and his passion and love for the sport is evident as he shares his take and opinion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as the Season progresses from the season beginning at Daytona in February and ending with the Championship at Homestead, FL in November.

Episode #1619 – It’s On At Chicagoland from a NASCAR Fan’s View

This episode is the latest from NascarFansView.com and JustAFansView.com and is a production of PodCastNorm dot Com with host Rusty Norman. It gives Rusty’s opinion of the first Chase race this weekend at Chicagoland Sunday afternoon September 17, 2016. This is the first race of the 2016 Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship. It is important to either win or finish near the front and it does make for interesting and intense racing. Like any other NASCAR Cup race, there are a lot of drivers to choose from to pick as a winner and any of the 40 can win but only 16 are competing for the Championship. This particular race is another special one because it is start of the Chase and it is also Tony Stewart’s last first race of the Chase format since he is retiring at the end of this year.

imageAs is always the case, consistent lap times, getting in and out of the pits with no problems or penalties and a strategy that maintains good track position throughout the day will once again result in one of the forty drivers sitting in Victory Lane. Chicagoland always seems to offer great racing right down to the Checkered Flag and anything can happen at any time. As a general rule, it is a race where there is always the chance of a surprise finish along with a lot of drama right down to the drop of the checkered flag. These article/podcasts are usually once weekly podcasts and sometimes twice when events warrant it during the NASCAR season (which generally runs from February through the middle of November.) Rusty is a former hometown Stock Car driver and owner and his passion and love for the sport is evident as he shares his take and opinion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as the Season progresses from the season beginning at Daytona in February and ending with the Championship at Homestead, FL in November.

Episode #1618 – Richmond Is The End For Some from a NASCAR Fan’s View

This episode is the latest from NascarFansView.com and JustAFansView.com and is a production of PodCastNorm dot Com with host Rusty Norman. It gives Rusty’s opinion of the race this weekend at Richmond Saturday evening September 10, 2016. This is the last race for drivers to qualify for the 2016 Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship.It is a particular challenge for the drivers and it does make for interesting and intense racing. Like any other NASCAR Cup race, there are a lot of drivers to choose from to pick as a winner. This particular one is another special one because it is not only the last race before the start of the Chase but it is also Tony Stewart’s last one, he is retiring at the end of this year. Jeff Gordon will be sitting in the driver’s seat for the recovering Dale Earnhardt Jr. once again as Dale has decided to take the rest of the year off to fully recover from his concussion symptoms and come back strong and ready for next season.

imageAs is always the case, consistent lap times, getting in and out of the pits with no problems or penalties and a strategy that maintains good track position throughout the day will once again result in one of the forty drivers sitting in Victory Lane. Richmond always seems to offer some great racing right down to the Checkered Flag and, if for no other reason than this being the last chance for a few to qualify for the Chase and anything can happen at any time. As a general rule, it is a race where there is always the chance of a surprise finish along with a lot of drama right down to the drop of the checkered flag. These article/podcasts are usually once weekly podcasts and sometimes twice when events warrant it during the NASCAR season (which generally runs from February through the middle of November.) Rusty is a former hometown Stock Car driver and owner and his passion and love for the sport is evident as he shares his take and opinion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as the Season progresses from the season beginning at Daytona in February and ending with the Championship at Homestead, FL in November.

Episode #1617- Throwbacks and Taming The Bojangles Southern 500 from a NASCAR Fan’s View

This episode is the latest from NascarFansView.com and JustAFansView.com and is a production of PodCastNorm dot Com with host Rusty Norman. It gives Rusty’s opinion of the race this weekend at The Darlington Raceway in Darlington South Carolina on Sunday evening September 4, 2016. The track at Darlington is legendary and has been around the NASCAR circuit since 1950. Because it is a fast and abrasive track along with being egg shaped it is a particular challenge for the drivers. It does make for interesting and intense racing and quite often the cars bounce off the wall gaining what is refered to as “the Darlington Stripe.” Like any other NASCAR Cup race, there are a lot of drivers to choose from to pick as a winner. This particular one is another special one because it is Tony Stewart’s last one, he is retiring at the end of this year. Jeff Gordon will be sitting in the driver’s seat for the recovering Dale Earnhardt Jr. once again as Dale has decided to take the rest of the year off to fully recover from his concussion symptoms and come back strong and ready for next season. As is always the case, consistent lap times, getting in and out of the pits with no problems or penalties and a strategy that maintains good track position throughout the day will once again result in one of the forty drivers sitting in Victory Lane. Darlington always seems to offer some great racing right down to the Checkered Flag if for no other reason than anything can happen at any time. It could be decided by being a fuel mileage and tire conservation race. As a general rule, it is a race where there is always the chance of a Big surprise along with a lot of drama right down to the drop of the checkered flag. These article/podcasts are usually once weekly podcasts and sometimes twice when events warrant it during the NASCAR season (which generally runs from February through the middle of November.)

imageRusty is a former hometown Stock Car driver and owner and his passion and love for the sport is evident as he shares his take and opinion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as the Season progresses from the season beginning at Daytona in February and ending with the Championship at Homestead, FL in November.

Episode #1616 – Michigan Means Time Is Running Out To Make The Chase from a NASCAR Fan’s View

This episode is the latest from NascarFansView.com and JustAFansView.com and is a production of PodCastNorm dot Com with host Rusty Norman. It gives Rusty’s opinion of the race this weekend at The Michigan International Speedway on Sunday afternoon August 27, 2016. The track at Michigan is another of the NASCAR tracks on the circuit and it is a two mile track with lots room and high speeds. Because it is a fast track and a particular challenge for the drivers, it does make for interesting and intense racing at times. Like any other NASCAR Cup race, there are a lot of drivers to choose from to pick as a winner. This particular one is another special one because it is Tony Stewart’s last one, he is retiring at the end of this year. Jeff Gordon won’t be sitting in the driver’s seat for the recovering Dale Earnhardt Jr. As is always the case, consistent lap times, getting in and out of the pits with no problems or penalties and a strategy that maintains good track position throughout the day will once again result in sitting in Victory Lane. A track like this one at Michigan seems to make for some great racing right down to the Checkered Flag if for no other reason than anything can happen and it will likely be a fuel mileage race. As a general rule, it is a race where there is always the chance of a Big surprise and a lot of drama right down to the drop of the checkered flag. These article/podcasts are usually once weekly podcasts and sometimes twice when events warrant it during the NASCAR season (which generally runs from February through the middle of November.)

imageRusty is a former hometown Stock Car driver and owner and his passion and love for the sport is evident as he shares his take and opinion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as the Season progresses from the season beginning at Daytona in February and ending with the Championship at Homestead, FL in November.

Episode #1615 – It’s Saturday Night Racing At Bristol, Baby from a NASCAR Fan’s View

This episode is the latest from NascarFansView.com and JustAFansView.com and is a production of PodCastNorm dot Com with host Rusty Norman. It gives Rusty’s opinion of the Saturday night race this weekend at The Bristol Speedway in Bristol Tennessee Saturday night,August 20, 2016. The track at Bristol is another of the NASCAR legendary tracks on the circuit. It is a track with lots of history in Stock Car racing and it is called the Fastest Half Mile in the
World. Because it is a short track and a particular challenge for the drivers, it does make for interesting and intense racing. Like any other NASCAR Cup race, there are a lot of drivers to choose from to pick as a winner, even more than there used to be. This particular one is another special one because it is Tony Stewart’s last one, he is retiring at the end of this year and Jeff Gordon is once again filling in for the recovering Dale Earnhardt Jr. As is always the case, consistent lap times, getting in and out of the pits with no problems or penalties and a strategy that maintains good track position throughout the day will once again result in sitting in Victory Lane. A track like this one at Bristol always seems to make for some great racing right down to the Checkered Flag if for no other reason than anything can happen. As a general rule, it is a race where there is always the chance of a Big surprise and a lot of drama right down to the drop of the checkered flag. If it becomes a fuel mileage race which is quite likely although not a given, look out for the unexpected. These article/podcasts are usually once weekly podcasts and sometimes twice when events warrant it during the NASCAR season (which generally runs from February through the middle of November.)

imageRusty is a former hometown Stock Car driver and owner and his passion and love for the sport is evident as he shares his take and opinion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as the Season progresses from the season beginning at Daytona in February and ending with the Championship at Homestead, FL in November.

Episode #1614 – NASCAR Cup Teams Road Racing at The Glen from a NASCAR Fan’s View

This episode is the latest from NascarFansView.com and JustAFansView.com and is a production of PodCastNorm dot Com with host Rusty Norman. It gives Rusty’s opinion of the Cheez-it 355 at Watkins Glen International Sunday afternoon August 6, 2016. The Glen International is another legendary track on the NASCAR circuit. It is a track with lots of history in different styles of Racing as well as Stock Cars and it is a fast Road Course track, 2.45 miles in length and seven turns. Because it is a particular challenge for the drivers and one of the fastest Road Courses, it does make for interesting and intense racing. Like any other NASCAR Cup race, there are a lot of drivers to choose from to pick as a winner, even more than there used to be. This particular one is another special one because it is Tony Stewart’s last one, he is retiring at the end of this year and Jeff Gordon is once again filling in for the recovering Dale Earnhardt Jr. Consistent lap times, getting in and out of the pits with no problems or penalties and a strategy that maintains good track position throughout the day will once again result in sitting in Victory Lane. A Road Course like this one at The Glen always seems to make for some great racing right down to the Checkered Flag if for no other reason than anything can happen. As a general rule, it is a race where there is always the chance of a Big surprise and a lot of drama right down to the drop of the checkered flag, especially if it becomes a fuel mileage race which is quite likely although not a given. These article/podcasts are usually once weekly podcasts and sometimes twice when events warrant it during the NASCAR season (which generally runs from February through the middle of November.)

imageRusty is a former hometown Stock Car driver and owner and his passion and love for the sport is evident as he shares his take and opinion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as the Season progresses from the season beginning at Daytona in February and ending with the Championship at Homestead, FL in November.

Episode # 1613 – Cup Teams Take On The Tricky Triangle Again from a NASCAR Fan’s View

This episode is the latest from NascarFansView.com and JustAFansView.com and is a production of PodCastNorm dot Com with host Rusty Norman. It gives Rusty’s opinion of the Pennsylvania 400 at the Pocono Raceway Sunday Afternoon July 30, 2016. The Pocono Raceway is known as The Tricky Triangle is a track with lots of history in Racing and Stock Cars and it is a fast, two and one half mile track with three distinctive Turns. Because it is a particular challenge for the drivers, it does make for interesting and intense racing. Just about like any other NASCAR Cup race, there are a lot of drivers to choose from to pick as a winner. This particular one is another special one because it is Tony Stewart’s last one as he is retiring at the end of this year and Jeff Gordon is once again filling in for the recovering Dale Earnhardt Jr. Consistent lap times, getting in and out of the pits with no problems or penalties and a strategy that maintains good track position throughout the day will result in sitting in Victory Lane. A Speedway like The Tricky Triangle always seems to make for some great racing right down to the Checkered Flag. As a general rule, though this one could seem a bit humdrum at times, it is a race where there is always the chance of a Big surprise and a lot of drama especially if it becomes a fuel mileage race which is quite likely although not a given. These article/podcasts are usually once weekly podcasts and sometimes twice when events warrant it during the NASCAR season (which generally runs from February through the middle of November.)

imageRusty is a former hometown Stock Car driver and owner and his passion and love for the sport is evident as he shares his take and opinion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as the Season progresses from the season beginning at Daytona in February and ending with the Championship at Homestead, FL in November.