After the final pit stop it was all Denny Hamlin, who marched away from the field and had a five-second lead by the time the checkers fell on the CARFAX 250.
Qualifying for Sunday’s Centurion at the Glen was rained out, forcing several teams to load their cars back onto transporters without a chance to make the race.
Kevin Harvick won his fifth race of the season, continuing a streak of four wins in five Busch Series starts by crossing the line first in the Zippo 200.
Jason Leffler was able to run down and pass Greg Biffle with three laps to go, bringing Toyota their first ever victory in the Kroger 200.
When it comes to who’s a fan favorite in Nextel Cup, there’s no question Dale Earnhardt Jr. has always carried the biggest legion of followers to each track the series visits. The winner of the Most Popular Driver contest for four years running, Junior dominates every vote about the sport that ever seems to take …
One of the biggest recent driver/sponsor divorces became public knowledge: Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Budweiser will end a nine-year marriage following 2007.
Buschwhacking Cup regulars dominated the USG Durock 300, leading all but four laps of the race and taking nine of the top-10 finishing positions.
Saturday night was an encapsulation of so many things that are good and bad about NASCAR teammates. Some drivers helped their teammates succeed, some ended their teammate’s night, and some just couldn’t get out of each other’s way. With the driver movement that is already set to take place at the end of the year, …
Kyle Busch made a mockery of the Winn-Dixie 250, leading most of the way (65 out of 102 laps total) to score his first Busch Series win of the season.
It appears as though the star of Scott Riggs is about to take that plunge back to Earth if he is not able to start performing better in his Evernham Motorsports ride.
The Camping World 200 started off more like a demolition derby than a Busch Series race.
The enthusiasm surrounding the return of ESPN to the sport this season might be a surprise to new fans, but for those that have been around a while, expectations were high for good reason. When no one else was clamoring to put NASCAR on TV back in the 1980s, it was ESPN, then a fledgling …