"I've run into some of that (male snipping)," she explains. "Back when I was racing Quarter-Midgets, a little boy felt like I was interfering with him. I didn't pay him any attention -- I just went out and beat him."
Borchetta began promoting a teenaged singer named Taylor Swift, and predicted that someday she would be a superstar. Fetcho hopes Borchetta can work the same magic for his son Dylan, a student at Southside Elementary.
"I was racing against some of the country's best short-track drivers," Meyer said. "My team had some problems during practice and qualifying, so to go out and finish 18th, on the lead lap, was pretty satisfying."
“I get to run only selected races, but when we run, we run really good,” Josh Weston says. “I compare our team to the Woods Brothers (of NASCAR fame); we may not get to race a lot, but when we race, people know we’re there.”
What do you do with a racetrack that has no races? That’s the question confronting Dover Motorsports as it ponders the fate and future of Nashville Superseedway. Last week Dover announced that it will seek no future NASCAR races for the Gladeville track it built and opened in ...