In all facets, David Reutimann’s season was a struggle that left his future employment with MWR in jeopardy.
Kurt Busch is unemployed after a mutually agreed upon release by Penske Racing, which was spurred on by his videotaped outburst at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Justin Allgaier continues to develop as a stock car driver and is establishing himself as one of the top drivers in the Nationwide Series.
Despite completing his third full year without a win, Dale Earnhardt Jr. was once again one of the best performing drivers at Hendrick.
This season, Kyle Busch was the first to go over 100 career Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Truck series victories since David Pearson and Richard Petty.
Did Tony Stewart’s dominant run to the championship give him the top spot in the Power Rankings to end the season?
Kurt Busch should be ashamed of himself and he needs to take a long, hard look at how he treats people while he is enjoying the offseason.
One thing is for sure, the line drawn at Texas was obviously drawn in sand.
Will Carl Edwards’s late-race push past Tony Stewart give him a leg up this week?
Check out this week’s Power Rankings to see if your favorite driver was able to keep his six shooters loaded or if they fired all their rounds two weeks early.
The Kyle Busch shenanigans from Texas have been beaten to death over the last few days, but there is one angle that has not been explored.
Frontstretch’s Mike Neff caught up with Johnny Sauter as he waited out the rain for a few off the wall questions.