Carl Edwards stormed past Kyle Busch on lap 191 and never looked back, cruising to his second series victory of 2011 and fourth at Nashville Superspeedway.
After Talladega, 2011 is looking to be back to business as usual for the ARCA ranks; Frank Kimmel vs. the new gunslinger in town.
The score sheets may say this Sunday at Talladega equaled what was seen in 2003 at Darlington. But those finishes are equal on the score sheets only.
Talladega ended in a manner that Nationwide Series fans are sick of seeing; Kyle Busch went to victory lane, with underdog Mike Wallace on his roof in turn 3.
The story is the old “Indian trick,” which longtime series stalwart Means Racing was attempting to utilize in running the distance at Texas last weekend.
Red Bull Racing needs a spark. And they’ve got one in the wings in Cole Whitt.
For Kurt Busch, the story that has played out year after year during his tenure at Penske Racing seems to finally be catching up to him.
Carl Edwards easily defended his race win from last fall at Texas, scoring Ford’s first W after switching to their new CoT Mustang.
As the Nationwide Series breaks new ground at Texas this Friday night, fans ought to remember just who’s fighting this fight these days.
It’s 10:30 on Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway and there’s important business to be handled this Saturday night: JJ Yeley needs an entrance song.
Norm Benning has certainly been a topic of discussion since moving to the Truck Series full time a few seasons ago.
It was Kevin Harvick, the oft-forgotten third party in last season’s Johnson vs. Hamlin title fight, who crashed the Hendrick/JGR show again.