Another week, another Sunday rainout, but what that means is that we've got some more Workday Racing. And since both Sprint and Nationwide races were rained out this weekend — perhaps a bit of cosmic karma for Eddie Gossage playing fast and loose with the truth in promotional run-ups to these races? — we're in for 800 miles of Monday racing.
That doesn't happen a whole lot.
Matter of fact, it appears this is the first time that two complete races have been run on a Monday. Back in February 2008 at Auto Club, NASCAR ran both races on a Monday, though the Sprint Cup one was a continuation of the day before.
Texas is throwing open the gates and allowing anybody who held a ticket to either race to come in, which, as ESPN's Terry Blount notes, is no doubt going to cause a bit of consternation should two ticketholders have a ducat for the same seat.
But for the vast majority of fans who won't have to fight for a seat, Monday is a fine day of racing. And for guys like Kevin Harvick, Carl Edwards, Kyle Busch and Joey Logano, who will be running all 800 miles, this is going to be a long, long day.
So enjoy some weekday racing; if you happen to be at work and can turn on a computer near you, check out the Yahoo! NASCAR chat right here. Let's go Monday racing!