Miles the Monster is a Goliath figure, and he got the better of NASCAR’s Davids this Sunday.
Carl Edwards powered by polesitter Elliott Sadler on lap 11 and never looked back, leading 179 circuits en route to a commanding win.
DOVER, Del. – Martin Truex Jr. put his No. 56 NAPA Toyota on the pole for Sunday’s AAA 400 at Dover (Oct. 2). It was Truex’s second pole at the Monster Mile.
DOVER, Del. – Scott Wimmer will be racing for MacDonald Motorsports at Kansas next weekend (Oct. 8), the driver told Frontstretch Saturday at Dover.
Max Gresham is now, and always will be, a NASCAR champion. Whether he’s a more developed driver as a result? That remains to be seen.
Here’s five rides that absolutely need to happen for the Nationwide ranks in 2012.
Did You Notice? That for all the talk of just how boring Sunday’s race at Loudon was, NASCAR scored a major TV ratings coup?
“We’ll be back in the Nationwide Series next year,” says Eric McClure of himself and his Hefty sponsorship. “That’s a big deal. Last year, I wanted to retire.”
The 1-mile oval in Loudon, N.H. is often referred to as the Magic Mile. Problem for the underdogs is, that magic typically only applies when rain falls.
The new face of the Chase was the 1.5-mile cookie cutter in Chicagoland and the 400-miler played out just as anyone would have expected.
Chicago marked the first weekend of a 10-race battle between David and Goliath. Who came out on top in this week’s edition of how the cookie cutter crumbled?
One of the fastest races in recent Nationwide Series memory saw Brad Keselowski all but untouchable on Saturday afternoon.