Fontana looked like another Kyle Busch display of dominance Sunday, back-to-back sweeps seemingly a mere formality for about the first 350 miles.
When the time is right the No. 3 will be back in the Cup Series and it most certainly will be piloted by Austin Dillon.
After the standings were thrown into the mixer that is Bristol, read on to see how this week’s Power Rankings have shaken out for your Frontstretch experts.
Why does Goodyear making tires for the national touring series of NASCAR have to be such an involved process?
The NASCAR Cup Series took the weekend off, so the Power Rankings this week is going to take a look at the drivers who wheel their vehicles in other series.
Darlington wasn’t the only track that saw great crowds over the weekend, like the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour and Whelen All-American Series.
It was Carl Edwards who was able to celebrate after Tony Stewart let victory slip from his grasp in Las Vegas.
After the Daytona 500 the NASCAR garage area seemed to be kind of split about the use of radio communications by drivers who are not on the same team.
Very few people would have thought about Phoenix if you asked them where to see the Big One in a Cup race, but there it was all over the backstretch on Sunday.
Not since Jamie McMurray won his second race at Charlotte has someone won in their Cup career as quickly as Trevor Bayne did in taking the Daytona 500.
Whether you’re a casual fan, hardcore race nut or nuclear physicist, there were more numbers to crunch from Daytona 2011 than there have been for years.
After nearly three months of hibernation, the green flag drops on NASCAR’s 2011 points championship this week.