In past years, race fans have been able to catch 1100 miles of action the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend. Add a few more hours of action in 2013.
Time for DW to “reach up there and pull those belts tight” for the first of 13 times this year. “Boogity-boogity-boogity, let’s go racing boys.” And girl.
Did you know Peyton Manning’s back? If not, he’s got another prime spot on the NFL schedule this week.
The NFL is sure proving its point to the officials’ union. Oh, yeah. We’re going to win this battle. We can play the game without you. Uh, huh. You can play the game. The game in question is a shadow of its former self, a joke without a punchline, but it’s still being played.
There’s 10 races left in the NASCAR season, and only 12 drivers with a chance to claim the season’s crown. The Chase for the Sprint Cup begins Sunday at 1 p.m. on ESPN, with the top 12 and rest of the field at Chicagoland.
Two teams got a really early start, and the rest of the NFL is ready to go this weekend. The 2012 NFL season starts – replacement referees or not – Sunday when RGIII and the Redskins visit the Saints at 1 p.m. on FOX.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series “regular season” draws to an end this weekend as “The Road to Richmond” culminates at Richmond International Raceway on Saturday, September 8 with the Federated Auto Parts 400—”One Last Race to Make The Chase.”
The college football season kicks off this weekend, with SEC taking center stage Thursday night when South Carolina meets Vanderbilt on ESPN at 7 p.m. Washington State travels to BYU in the nightcap at 10:15 p.m.
NASCAR heads to the hills of Bristol this weekend, racing and banging on the high-banked half mile