Nearly two and a half years ago, I penned an article titled, “Surprise! NASCAR’s Version of Reality Slightly Skewered.”
Hamlin said in response to “Do you think NASCAR needs to get involved with Brad at this point?” a, “Nah, nah, I’ll take care of him. It’s no biggie… I got it.”
Thanks to NASCAR’s Chase, we’ve got a snoozer of a points race headed into Sunday, there’s still a lot to look forward to on track at Homestead.
It appears Robby Gordon’s five-year battle to be a competitive full-time Sprint Cup owner/driver is about to come to an end.
10. Other drivers hire Tonya Harding to give Jimmie Johnson a good “knee whacking.” (But this year, they whack both knees and an elbow, too!)
Ron Hornaday became the oldest champion in NASCAR’s top-three series. Are those efforts enough to make him a “lock” for the NASCAR Hall of Fame?
His stats are good enough, but Mark Martin could not muster enough strength to mount a challenge to Jimmie Johnson in Phoenix.
Brad Keselowski and Denny Hamlin are currently in the middle of a good ol’ fashioned showdown.
The ongoing rivalry between Denny Hamlin and Brad Keselowski in the Nationwide Series provided a spark to rather dull racing at Phoenix.
Read on to see if John Andretti and Robby Gordon could hang on to the last two spots in the Top 35, or if Scott Speed could close the gap.
One week after wrecking in Texas, points leader Jimmie Johnson set out to prove the No. 48 team deserves a record-setting fourth straight title.
With Danica Patrick likely to race in the Nationwide Series with JR Motorsports next season, NASCAR can partially exhale.