For the fifth year in a row NASCAR’s Championship weekend will return to Phoenix Raceway, according to Bob Pockrass. Social media was not happy to see this news.
- NASCAR’s Championship Weekend has been at Phoenix since 2020. Previously, the weekend was held at Homestead-Miami from 2002-2019 and Atlanta from 1987-2000 with a one-off at New Hampshire in 2001 due to the 9/11 attacks postponing the race from its’ September date.
- The season finale being at Phoenix has been a controversial topic amongst fans, especially since the introduction of the next-gen car, which has produced subpar races on short tracks.
- Fans on social media decried the move. Some called for Homestead to return to the finale spot, while others simply expressed displeasure at the move.
In the Stands
The next-gen car is better on 1.5 mile tracks.
Rowdy offers an alternative to Phoenix for the Championship race.
Thumbs way down.
That was a time wasn’t it Matthew?
Honest question, has Stephen A. Smith ever said a peep about NASCAR?
Bruh indeed Brian….or….William.
It’s an option.
“Many people are saying.”
On Your Screen
No Darian. They are not.
From the Pressbox
That “neat” is potentially sarcastic.