Before I get too caught up in the day-by-day minutiae of the soap opera that is NASCAR, here are my 12 wishes for the 2012 season.
There weren’t many high points for Joey Logano in 2011, as he authored his worst season in his three years as a full-time Cup driver.
There really weren’t really any high points for Denny Hamlin in 2011.
Sunday’s Ford 400 really was one of those races we’ll still talk about in 50 years time.
After 10 long months, 35 grueling races and 10,383 laps run, we’re left with just 400 miles (267 laps) to decide if Tony Stewart will win a third Cup crown.
Let me get this straight. One Cup driver (Tony Stewart) has won half the races in the Chase and he’s still not in the points lead?
Here are six drivers who are probably already looking forward to getting back on the track next year.
I’ve long believed there are few ailments in our great sport of NASCAR that can’t be soothed by a trip to the iconic and venerable Martinsville Speedway.
What I witnessed was racing’s ultimate sin, a terrible tragedy through which there are no words to truly relate just how awful things were in Las Vegas.
Carl Edwards was the one who faced adversity Sunday; but the veteran was also was able to overcome it.
As much as Clint Bowyer will miss RCR, some make the argument a new start might also be just what he needs.
Here’s a quick look at each of the 12 drivers (in the current points standings) with some thoughts on what type of champion and ambassador for the sport they would be.