In the 17th race of the season, the Lenox Industrial Tools 300 at New Hampshire, Kevin Lepage achieved his best start and finish of a difficult 2007.
The high point of Terry Labonte’s 2007 season was simply being asked to come out of retirement to strap in for Michael Waltrip Racing.
A victory is extra special for Matt Kenseth, who is known more for his rock-solid consistent finishes rather than dominating double-digit win seasons.
After Bobby Labonte scored just one top 10 in the first 22 races of 2007, the addition of Doug Randolph as crew chief met with some immediate positive results.
Kasey Kahne went winless, scoring his lone top five in the Bristol night race. At least he can take some consolation from the fact that it wasn’t a fluke.
While optimism was high at the onset of Toyota’s inaugural Cup season – led by past champion Dale Jarrett – things just never seemed to materialize.
2007 was a good year for the Circle Bar Racing team and the No. 14 Power Stroke Diesel Ford by International. It was a great year for Circle Bar Racing to have two of its trucks, with our teammate David Starr in the top 10 in the points and the No. 14 truck in the …
Denny Hamlin’s lone win of the season came at Loudon this July and was definitely the high point for the season as much as finishing positions were concerned.
Jeff Green and the No. 66 team struggled through the first four races of the year, but hit on something in the first Car of Tomorrow event at Bristol.
The 2007 season started with a bang, as David Gilliland captured the pole for the season-opening Daytona 500 and finished an encouraging eighth.
After losing his cool during a Busch Series race in Kentucky, Carl Edwards arrived at MIS in the wee hours of Sunday morning with a chip on his shoulder.
NASCAR’s CEO was commenting on falling TV ratings that are plaguing the sport. In need of an explanation, none other than Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s name came up.