Rusty Wallace, recently selected to the NASCAR Hall of Fame, loves plenty of things about the sport. Except maybe the increased schedule.
“It’s the classic case of supply and demand,” Wallace said Sunday at Charlotte Motor Speedway. “Too much supply and not enough demand.”
Wallace won 55 Sprint Cup races in a career that stretched from 1980 to 2005. He thought the series was at its best in the mid-1990s when NASCAR ran 31 or 32 races.