Robby Gordon’s entire season was a lesson in survival through salesmanship.
NASCAR held its Champion’s Week festivities in Las Vegas for the first time in 2009. Rate the events up to and including the banquet.
Seriously, there weren’t a lot of high points for Dale Earnhardt Jr. in what was the worst year of his Sprint Cup Series career.
Pinpointing a definite apex in Bill Elliott’s success this season is tough, as three finishes of 16th flanked his best finish of 15th in the Coca-Cola 600.
After a year of ho-hum finishes, Jeff Burton ended the year with four straight top 10s – including two runner-up finishes in a row to round out the year.
Through controversy, Clint Bowyer maintained a consistent, if less than Broadway-worthy performance level.
In his first full season on the Sprint Cup tour, Marcos Ambrose acquitted himself well after moving up from the Nationwide Series.
Here we are at the end of another season. All in all, 2009 was an OK season for our No. 24 Zachry Toyota Tundra team. When we started out, our expectations were really high. I had a great owner in Jim Harris, a great crew chief in Jason Miller, an excellent engineer we called Slash …
Undoubtedly, most people will decide Jeff Gordon’s spring win at Texas Motor Speedway will be marked as the highlight of his 2009 season.
Not everybody hordes NASCAR memorabilia. Not everybody is a NASCAR fan. I get that.
What Tony Stewart delivered was a legitimate title run, leading the standings from late May until the start of the Chase in September.
Following a ghastly opening month to the season, Ryan Newman and the No. 39 SHR team went on a tear from late March through early June.