Yes, Kasey Kahne has a victory in Texas. And a second-place run there too. But in his other nine tries there, he doesn’t even have a lead-lap finish!
Jeff Gordon comes to Texas knocking on the door, defending champ of the race and armed with seven runner-up finishes during the 12 months since.
Denny Hamlin remained in the car for the entire race on Saturday night. Was toughing out his knee pain the right call?
10. Hello… the fans that NASCAR has left are not exactly the “age demographic” audience for this message.
There was a time when Jeff Gordon was the last guy you wanted to see on the last lap of a race.
This week, Juan Pablo Montoya put it all together, starting seventh and finishing fifth to jump him four spots to 21st in the standings.
OK, Larry Mac. You’ve got the smarts. You’ve got the experience. And you have that familiar twang that I lovingly associate with real down-home NASCAR.
8 – number of cars involved in accidents in Saturday’s Subway Fresh Fit 600.
Four-time defending champ Jimmie Johnson did not win in the desert Saturday night in Phoenix, but the No. 48 seemed poised to do so for much of the race.
Robby Gordon picked up a well-deserved 14th-place finish in Saturday’s Subway Fresh Fit 600 at Phoenix. But was that enough to get him inside the Top 35?
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Subway Fresh Fit 600 at Phoenix International Raceway.
After seeing Jimmie Johnson take two wins this year just on mind games, maybe folks should be reminded that the No. 48 team isn’t as invincible as it looks.