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NASCAR’s New Champ
Ryan Blaney, NASCAR's freshly minted Cup Series champion, embodies the ideal ambassador for the sport. Blaney's proactive approach to media and entertainment sets him apart, as seen in his podcast, acting gigs, and widespread appearances. With the exit of yet another legend of the sport and his recent victory, signals of a potential shift in NASCAR's star power loom.
"I’m excited to have those opportunities. You have this awesome platform now to where you’ve done something incredible (and can) use that to promote the sport.” Blaney enthused.
With an upcoming Netflix docuseries highlighting the NASCAR journey, Blaney's fan-friendly, redemption arc promises to bolster his appeal. To maximize his marketability, NASCAR must prioritize his public visibility. As the sport grapples with waning TV ratings and a star power deficit, nurturing driver exposure remains paramount. Blaney's win might not be an immediate remedy, but it certainly presents an opportunity for NASCAR's resurgence.
Haas Challenges Results of US GP
The United States Grand Prix outcome is under scrutiny as Haas requests a "Right of Review" due to track limit violations, particularly by Williams' Alex Albon. Albon, who finished ninth, faced allegations of leaving the track without a justifiable reason. The stewards initially found insufficient evidence for action. Their statement read, "the evidence at hand is not sufficient to accurately and consistently conclude that any breaches occurred."
Now, a two-part hearing will unfold. The first part will assess whether there's "significant and relevant new evidence." If proven, a second hearing will follow. Red Bull and Aston Martin are also called to participate.
Haas driver Nico Hulkenberg, narrowly missing points, has a vested interest. With only two rounds left, Haas languishes at the bottom of the constructors' championship, four points behind ninth-placed Alfa Romeo.
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The Money Lap Podcast | Episode 28
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Creed vs Hill
Parker relives his RCR Competition Meeting
Andy Petree Apologies for Outlash
Goodyear and NASCAR, Conflicting Interests
Ford Announces new Ford Mustang for NASCAR Cup Series
Fontana Under Destruction
Reviewing our Champ 4 Picks
Alonso to Red Bull Rumors
Epic V8 Supercars Battle
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NASCAR Hauler driver Kris Lipscomb has fell on some hard times. A simple back pain that began during the Las Vegas race escalated into complete paralysis from the waist down upon Kris's return to North Carolina. Kris is currently unable to work, and both medical expenses and household bills are accumulating. There’s no other group of people as supportive as the motorsports community. If you are able to help, consider donating to his Go Fund Me or offer words of encouragement below:
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