NASCAR » Evernham: Owners holding NASCAR together

Former Evernham Motorsports boss Ray Evernham reflects on the current state of NASCAR

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Denver Mut

January 08, 2010 10:30 PM

Ray Evernham is without doubt one of the most clever people to be a crew chief in NASCAR. His success on and off the track is a credit to his character and his craft. For me, a mechanic and crew chief in road racing, Ray Evernham has always been a "hero" of mine. I am proud of the success that my drivers have acheived but if I had the opportunity to work for Ray, I would pack my tool box and move in a minute. Best of luck and fortune in the future to you. Cheers.

Brett - Unregistered

January 11, 2010 8:50 PM

NASCAR just needs to take a step back and remember what it was all about. "Stock car racing." There is nothing "stock" about the cars run now. Maybe if the cars had true factory based engines, or factory based body shapes, a more "run what you brung attitiude" rather than the "formual" series it has become with NASCAR providing the wings, the shocks, the tires,etc. it just might be less expensive. Who would really car if the cars only went 150 MPH rather than 190 if the racing was competitive and more teams were competing?

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