The NASCAR Week That Was: July 27th-Aug. 7th

Tires dominated discussion this week following the debacle at The Brickyard. NASCAR issued an apology, but the speedway refused to do the same. In other news Brickyard winner Jimmie Johnson announced he will be piloting the #81 Randy Moss Motorsports Chevrolet at Bristol. This will be Johnson’s first time in a truck. David Newton over at ESPN struck again this week, angering Ryan Newman at “news” that he was a definite to Stewart-Haas Racing next season. And tragically former Truck Series crew chief Tim Kohuth was charged in a fatal DUI accident that killed a 71 year old man. This is the NASCAR Week That Was: July 27th to August 7th, 2008.

Drivers offer ideas for tire solutions

Manufacturers in Cup for the long ride

It was just a matter of time

Johnson to drive in Truck race for receiver Moss’ team

NASCAR tempers rising at ESPN’s reporting

Vintage Insiders

The NASCAR Duopoly

Pit Road Explained: Pit Boxes

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