Kasey Kahne picked up the pole for Sunday’s Banquet 400 at the Kansas Speedway, making it his fifth pole of the season (tying Kurt Busch for most poles in 2006). Kahne, looking for his sixth victory of the season, will line up beside his Evernham Motorsports teammate, Scott Riggs. This is the second sweep of …
Friday’s schedule at the Kansas Speedway was jam-packed, with Nextel Cup practice and qualifying, Busch Series practice and USAC Silver Crown Series practice and qualifying.
Using the cleverest invention to be thought of by mankind, statistics, I have come up with a new way to evaluate those lucky enough to be in NASCAR’s Chase.
Who will follow the yellow brick road to glory at Kansas this weekend? Let’s figure out picks for your Banquet 400 fantasy team.
Should Brian Vickers feel obligated to help Jeff Gordon win a championship for Hendrick Motorsports when he won’t be there after the end of the season?
Q: I’ve heard some people who want to replace the Dover race because it’s not a “Chase-worthy” track. Did they actually watch the race Sunday?
8. You will be wrongfully terminated from Richard Childress Racing just for uttering the words sucking or bleeding.
After their performance the first two races, is RCR now the team to beat in this Chase? If that’s true, who’s got the upper hand – Jeff Burton or Kevin Harvick?
Tony Stewart explained “it is a frustrating day when you are racing those guys that are in the top 10 in points.”
Jeff Burton and the Cingular team have had several strong runs early in recent races, but has been unable to close the deal until Sunday’s Dover 400.
After 400 laps at Dover, which Cup Series contenders are still hot on the trail of the championship and which ones are chilling out heading to Kansas?
225 – career starts for Jeff Green following the Dover 400.