Prime Time – Daytona 500

February 28, 2012 Barry Albert 0

To say the 2012 Daytona 500 was the most bizarre race I’ve ever seen would be an understatement. There was rain, fire, tide detergent and fork lifts in turn 3. At the same time, there was tweeting, bathroom breaks and interviews in the middle of the backstretch. […]


What Sells NASCAR? Winning? Talent?

February 21, 2012 Barry Albert 0

As I watched qualifying for Sunday’s Daytona 500, I was struck with the question: “What sells NASCAR?” Just like Saturday night’s Shootout coverage, FOX chose to open Daytona 500 qualifying on Sunday with the ‘Danica […]


Jeff Gordon Aims To End Hunger

October 20, 2011 Barry Albert 0

As you all know, I had the privilege of traveling to Charlotte last week for a fantastic race weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway. But in the midst of the Dollar General 300 and the Bank of America 500 practices, qualifying, and races I was able to bear witness to a bit of a softer side of one of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series most accomplished drivers. […]

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