Evaluate Juan Pablo Montoya’s Cup debut.
Jimmie Johnson’s season-ending performance left no doubts as to who was the best of the best in 2006. The ninth-place finish was his worst in six races.
On the strength of an impressive third-place run in the Ford 400, Denny Hamlin finished the season third in the standings.
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0.389 – Greg Biffle’s margin of victory, in seconds, over Martin Truex Jr. in the Ford 400 at Homestead.
I am constantly purging my brain of this ridiculous (or is it?) NASCAR refuse, and I am more than willing to share it with you, the reader.
11. Does NASCAR know that they could get in big trouble for serving Denny Hamlin champagne at this year’s Awards banquet?
As longtime readers of this column know, this space is sometimes given over to a fictional entity that I lovingly call BSNews. BSNews is just what its name implies… pure BS. It is a satirical take on the often absurd world of NASCAR. Normally, if the world hadn’t gone completely mad sometime last week, the …
Juan Pablo Montoya had some belittling comments for Busch Series drivers. Is this a sign he has the right attitude to be racing in Nextel Cup?
How can you put the finishing titles on your own fantasy title, or just finish out the year with pride? Read ahead in this week’s Picks ‘N’ Pans for Homestead.
Q: When are you media types going to give Jimmie Johnson his due? He’s raced a great Chase, and he’ll be the next Nextel Cup champion after Sunday. I can’t get over the hatred for what he does and who he is. Oh wait, I get it – he’s Jeff Gordon‘s buddy. No wonder you …
4. HL – Per Kevin Harvick’s request, Craig Carione will not lose his job at Evernham Motorsports for the post-race altercation at Texas Motor Speedway. ROTS – That way, Harvick will know where to find Carione to kick his ass in private…without being fined by NASCAR.