With last week’s biggest story in the garage, the usual suspects returned to the forefront at Phoenix… and in the end, Jeff Gordon silenced any critics.
If Kyle Busch made it look easy Friday night winning the Truck Series race at Phoenix, it’s hard to find an appropriate phrase to describe what he did Saturday.
Kyle Busch weathered a rash of late-race cautions (five in the last 40 laps) to score his first win of the Truck Series season in the Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix.
Frontstretch caught up with Mike Skinner earlier in Speedweeks to discuss his new ride and role with the Eddie Sharp truck organization.
Michael Waltrip pulled into Daytona with three rides and a new NAPA commercial starring himself more than Martin Truex Jr., who actually wheels their car.
Trevor Bayne didn’t win this race because he was the last car left standing when the dust settled. Bayne won the Daytona 500 beating NASCAR’s best.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Thursday, Feb. 17 was all a blur for Brian Keselowski.
Saturday ended with Tony Stewart in victory lane for the fourth straight year and Cup regulars taking half of the top-10 positions. The more things change.
Bryan Davis Keith caught up with Mike Bliss to discuss his new home and what 2011 has in store for one of the Nationwide Series’ longtime fixtures.
For the feel-good stories, for the final-lap drama, Thursday’s Duel at Daytona was more ominous in whetting appetites for the upcoming 500 and 2011 season.
Call it making a mountain out of a molehill, but two mistakes have already cost Denny Hamlin a shot at a win and nearly destroyed a Daytona 500 racecar.
Going beyond the “pairs racing” phenomenon, the truth of the matter is there’s not a whole lot that was different this time around at Daytona.