When the green flag drops Saturday, positions three, four and five in the Truck Series standings will be taking it alongside the Nationwide Series regulars.
FOUR: Entitlement Runs Wild on the Racetrack at Charlotte
Whoever said you can’t go home again didn’t write the NASCAR schedule, as the circuit has returned for the first of two weekends spent in the Charlotte area.
ONE: It’s Time for the All-Star Race to Move From Charlotte
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. has won at Iowa in a number of different fashions. Add dominant to that list.
Two straight years, two melees on pit road at Darlington to end the “Southern” 500, two different Busch brothers involved.
In the end, Joe Gibbs Racing took the trophy, but it wasn’t Denny Hamlin. That honor instead went to Joey Logano and it didn’t come without controversy.
Here’s a taste of the good, the bad and the ugly facing the Nationwide Series heading into Darlington tonight.
ONE: Brad Keselowski’s Race-Winning Move Biggest Change to Plate Racing
In the battle of Gibbs teammates, it was an unlikely victor on Saturday (May 5), with Joey Logano snatching victory from Kyle Busch.
Restrictor-plate racing, intentionally or not, is the closest thing to an equalizer that can be found in NASCAR sanctioned-events.
ONE: The Double-Edged Sword of Debris Caution Wrongs