TWO: Is Ford’s Overwhelming Bid to Keep Edwards the Right Move?
Despite a few late-race yellows, the majority of Saturday’s Kroger 200 was the cleanest seen on the bullring in Clermont, Ind. in some time.
A pastor’s attempt at humor didn’t do NASCAR any favors, even with 18,000 fans screaming their approval from the grandstands in Music City Saturday night.
Carl Edwards rebounded from a mid-race pit road speeding penalty to score his fifth win of the 2011 Nationwide Series season at Nashville.
ESPN demonstrated some (albeit minor) improvement in their broadcast of the 200-miler from Loudon this past Saturday (July 16).
Ryan Newman managed to clear Clint Bowyer on fresher tires following a lap 229 restart and never looked back, scoring his third career victory at Loudon.
With positions 31-34 in the owner points all but stagnant, the three-way battle for the last locked-in spot in the Cup field took a number of turns at Loudon.
It wasn’t in dominating form, but Kyle Busch was there when it counted at Loudon.
Winning at Kentucky put Kyle Busch in some elite company.
With Hendrick horsepower under the hood, Landon Cassill was the frontrunner of the bubble drivers for the entire 400 miles at Kentucky.
The latest fuel-mileage chapter of NASCAR racing 2011 was written on Friday night in Kentucky, with Brad Keselowski emerging the victor of a cat-and-mouse duel.
In this column, I penned all the reasons I could think of that moving the Nationwide Series race at Lucas Oil Raceway was an asinine decision.