1. Juan Pablo Montoya: Oops! You Did It Again, Said Juan to Brian Pattie

    Well ok, he did not say that but he should have! Sunday at Pocono, Juan Pablo Montoya had been running a typical No. 42 race, up front, as one hopes for a good finish, this was clearly a top five car, but then the unthinkable happened...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about almost 4 years ago 759 reads 29 comments

  2. Juan Pablo Montoya: Crew Chief Blows Call, Time for Brian Pattie To Go

    After blowing today’s race, and in my opinion the second Brickyard 400 win in as many years, it may be the perfect time for Brian Pattie to move on. His time with the No. 42 team should be over...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 1,372 reads 39 comments

  3. Juan Pablo Montoya: Will He Come Up Big at Indy and Keep Hope Alive?

    There is a saying that “big time players come up big in big time games.” This is that time for Juan Pablo Montoya and his team...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 227 reads 8 comments

  4. Juan and Connie Montoya: Congratulations on Their New Baby Daughter

    Mr. Juan Pablo Montoya and wife Mrs. Connie Freydell Montoya have a new daughter named Manuela. This is the couple's third child. Montoya announced the birth Monday morning on his Twitter account (of course), and both mother and child are doing well...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 962 reads 6 comments

  5. Juan Pablo Montoya: SportsPro Magazine Most Marketable Athlete in Racing

    Well isn’t this special. Juan Pablo Montoya, who is arguably one of the most heckled drivers in NASCAR, was named by SportsPro magazine as one of the worlds most marketable athlete...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 462 reads 10 comments

  6. Mark Martin: Is He Really The Angel We All Think He Is?

    From day one as a NASCAR fan I’ve heard about Mark Martin being a fair and respectful driver, and that may be true, but Mr. Martin does throw his shots in once in awhile, like he did in last year's chase...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 512 reads 11 comments

  7. Dan Gilbert: Are the Cleveland Caveliers Just Wagging the Dog?

    Tonight there won’t be any Cleveland media asking the Cavaliers management why they couldn’t keep LeBron James. There is much fan anger in Cleveland and it’s easy to blame No...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 373 reads 10 comments

  8. Coke Zero 400: Nascar TNT Broadcast Needs To Give "Just the Facts, Ma'am"

    The Coke-Zero I 400 was a most stressful race to watch but it was even more stressful when listen to the TNT broadcast...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 850 reads 30 comments

  9. Kyle Busch: Mommy Mommy Juan Montoya Hit Me!

    NASCAR has become wreck city over the last three weeks. Along with all that bent metal, drivers are becoming whiny and at times annoying. They sound like my ex-mother-in-law. You know, complaining about everything...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 742 reads 20 comments

  10. Dale Earnhardt Jr: No Fix Here Haters, Just Lots of Heart

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins the friday night's Nationwide Race at Daytona driving the No. 3 car as a tribute to his dad, Dale Sr. No one could have written a better script—lots of heart and pride made this win possible...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 432 reads 9 comments

  11. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Alexi Lalas, We Get It Dude, You Hate South American Teams

    Hey dude! Since you always reminded me of a surf guy, I’ll say it again: Hey dude, I get it, you just don’t like the South American teams. You have consistently made it clear in most of your predictions...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 833 reads 3 comments

  12. Dale Earnhardt Jr: If No. 3 Wins Friday, Jr. Haters Will Call It a Fix

    Folks imagine what will happen if Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins this Friday nights Nationwide race.There will surely be a cry throughout the NASCAR land by the Dale Earnhardt Jr. “haters” about NASCAR having the -fix on- to get the beloved No...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 990 reads 26 comments

  13. Juan Pablo Montoya: Why Pick NASCAR Fights You Can't Win?

    If you’re going to pick a fight, at least make sure you can get in a few good licks. It‘s fine if you don‘t win the fight, but make sure the other guy feels some pain...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 84 reads 0 comments

  14. Reed Sorenson Achieves Career Highlight, Punts Juan Pablo Montoya's Chase

    With 63 Cup starts in the last three years and only achieving three top 10 finishes, I guess there isn’t much to brag about in his career...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 439 reads 14 comments

  15. Jeff Gordon Once Again Leads the Demolition Derby Race, Others Follow!

    Let's go wrecking, bumping or fighting boys, you pick your poison! That looks to be the new NASCAR Sprint Cup “mission statement,” and NASCAR’s television media is loving it, probably makes for good ratings...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 246 reads 17 comments

  16. Martin Truex Jr: His Ego Could Cost Him The Chase

    After being bounced around like a piñata by Jeff Gordon, Martin Truex Jr. promised swift retaliation...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 250 reads 26 comments

  17. Danica Patrick: Heats Up Ticket Sales at Loudon, Should Cup Take a Hint

    Danica Patrick’s return to the Nationwide Series has sparked a run on ticket sales for the Saturday race at Loudon. Reportedly it has been about a 30 percent increase. Now that’s Danica power...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 244 reads 6 comments

  18. Jeff Gordon Wrecks Half of the Field At Sonoma but Still Blames Montoya

    You just can’t make this stuff up folks ! Four time cup champion and one of the greatest drivers in NASCAR history is on tape wrecking half of the field at Sonoma but yet he finds the melons to blame Juan Pablo Montoya for wrecking Martin Truex Jr..

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 109 reads 25 comments

  19. Italy vs. New Zealand World Cup 2010: Italia, the Drama Queen of the Tournament

    Have you ever seen so many facial expressions of “fake” pain, flops and most of all bad acting in any sporting event? New Zealand vs...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 625 reads 15 comments

  20. Casey Mears Out of the No. 83 Red Bull Toyota

    The 32-year-old driver was informed Tuesday that his services would no longer be needed at Red Bull. I would suspect this has to do with Mears' poor performances with the No...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 163 reads 14 comments

  21. Juan Pablo Montoya's Chase Struggles Continue: Is It Time for Change?

    Once again No. 42 had a fast car, runs top five for much of the race, then all of a sudden the cars sinks into the cheap seats—P20 plus...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 284 reads 25 comments

  22. 2010 FIFA World Cup: ESPN and ABC, Please Lower the Volume from Annoying Horns!

    Imagine you're sitting on your porch enjoying a relaxing nap and all of the sudden an annoying fly keeps buzzing around your head. You take a couple of swings at it and it goes away, only to return as soon as you get comfortable...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 732 reads 3 comments

  23. Joey Logano: Out of Line With His Comment on Kevin Harvick's Wife

    "It's probably not his fault. His wife wears the fire suit in the family and tells him what to do, so it's probably not his fault”....

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 2,788 reads 54 comments

  24. Is Chip Ganassi Disappointed by No. 42's Performance?

    If my name were Chip Ganassi, I would certainly be very disappointed at the results Brian Pattie and Juan Pablo Montoya have been able to achieve this season. I have to give the 2010 season a grade of “unacceptable...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 224 reads 6 comments

  25. Juan Pablo Montoya Must Perform in the Next Five Races

    It’s time for the No. 42 team to get get serious. This next five races—Charlotte, Pocono, Michigan, Sonoma and Loudon—are races where Juan Pablo Montoya has had some of his best NASCAR performances...

    al asifyouknow Written by al asifyouknow about 4 years ago 162 reads 11 comments