ONE: Kansas a Shining Example of Gear Rule Gone Bad
Fans would be forgiven if they mistakenly believed that a Nationwide Series race was on the docket for the upcoming weekend at Kansas Speedway.
Red Horse Racing entered Rockingham leading the Truck points. They left Rockingham with the points lead. What happened in between was nowhere near that simple.
Even as a single-car operation, Roush Fenway Racing didn’t miss a beat after two weeks off.
The return of NASCAR racing to Rockingham this weekend is a joyous event, but a complicated one as well.
ONE: Expect Hendrick Motorsports’ Best Shot on Saturday Night
It’s worth pausing to reflect on some of the finer moments of the Nashville Superspeedway’s final years as a Nationwide Series venue.
Who’d have thought April Fools’ Day would be the one thing to deprive Hendrick Motorsports of one of their biggest accomplishments yet?
RIDGEWAY, Va. – It was one of the more uneventful Martinsville races in recent memory and the same could be said for the return of John Wes Townley.
To call the Nationwide Series of 2012 a walking contradiction is putting it lightly.
THREE: One Race Date Does Wonders for Attendance at Fontana
The Nationwide Series regulars’ streak of wins to start 2012 ended at four in southern California, with polesitter Joey Logano pulling away from the field.