David Ragan says the Special Olympics changes people lives.
Heís seen it firsthand.
David Ragan has some advice for fans thinking about going to Sundayís 400-mile NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Thereís a lot on the line Sunday for No. 15 5-hour ENERGY driver Clint Bowyer when the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races 301-laps at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is a track steeped in tradition. The track officially opened in June 1909 with balloon races followed by motorcycle and automobile races later that year. A stamp cost two cents, a gallon of gas six cents and Yale University was the NCAA champion in football at that time.
Count David Ragan as a fan of NASCARís new aerodynamic package that debuted Saturday night in the Sprint Cup race at Kentucky Speedway.