Thursday, June 21, 2007


Prat writes up a pretty good comparison of F1 racing to NASCAR at nonstop nascar. Here’s a little excerpt.

With no race during the week, it’s probably a nice time to get in a more opinion-based post rather than just a race preview or race commentary. And what better to talk about than compare NASCAR with the Holy Grail of Motorsport, the Formula 1 Grand Prix?

Juan Pablo Montoya shocked the F1 world by leaving the series for NASCAR. 1997 World Champion Jacques Villeneueve praised the move and is rumored to be thinking of following him if he cannot hold onto his BMW seat.

NASCAR boasts gigantic audiences in the United States and dominates the US motor racing scene with vastly more fans than the Indy Racing League and Champ car World Series. But some suggest it is too contrived to even be called a sport.

Read the complete story at Nonstop NASCAR.