While Bobby Gerhart was busy making history with his second consecutive Daytona victory, the full-timers on the 2011 ARCA tour were largely non-factors.
“There’s really no way to change anything more than we’ve changed,” says Justin Allgaier of his new home at Turner Motorsports.
The elder Busch has found a way, year after year, regardless of the mess that Penske may be in to get the job done.
The Day That Changed Everything is molded not around Dale Earnhardt, but the life story of a driver that has been insignificant on the Cup circuit.
The likely outcome for 2011 will leave the legitimacy and value of the NASCAR Nationwide Series championship in more limbo than it is right now.
The power of the media and its ability to sway NASCAR’s fans (the ones that are left, anyway) is far from absolute.
After the No. 38 team fell out of the Top 35 in owner points following a penalty for bleeder valves at Pocono, the driving assignment fell to David Gilliland.
Kevin Conway’s 2010 campaign on the track went about as well as could be expected for a rookie as green as he was in the cars he was driving.
After a two-year partnership, Eric McClure and his Hefty sponsorship will not be returning to Team Rensi Motorsports for the 2011 Nationwide Series season.
What was supposed to be a watershed moment for the Joe Gibbs Racing organization this Sunday in south Florida became comeuppance of the nastiest kind.
HOMESTEAD, Fla. – The end results were predictable. Carl Edwards won the Ford 400 at Homestead and Jimmie Johnson realized the “Drive for Five.”
HOMESTEAD, Fla. – Kyle Busch led seven times for 153 laps to win the Ford 300, his record 13th Nationwide Series victory of the 2010 season.