The last full month of the 2010 season has come to a close, and we're putting a bow on it right here. Did you miss a day or so along the way? No prob, we've got the details on the big stories right here. Just keep up next time, willya?
• NASCAR's Hall of Fame inducted its second class in a highly controversial move. Why no DW? (We had an idea.)
• South Park skewered NASCAR, though we look forward to the new sponsorship from Vagisil.
• ESPN's Marty Reid offered up his take on the state of NASCAR broadcasting in an interesting and thought-provoking interview.
• The mystery caution became Public Enemy No. 1 in NASCAR this month.
• As Fontana bade farewell to its second date, we asked: does any track really deserve two races?
• ESPN debuted its exceptional new Tim Richmond documentary, and we reviewed it here.
• A sinkhole opened in the Charlotte Motor Speedway infield. Insert "we found Junior's career" jokes here.
• Former NASCAR driver Shane Hmiel was critically injured in an accident.
• Hot twins racin' cars made for one of our most popular posts ever.
• And finally, race car + kangaroo = hilarity, every single time.
So there you have it, a fine month all the way around. Let's wrap up the season in fine style, everybody!