Already 0-for-4 with championship opportunities, there was Jimmie Johnson, sitting on pit road without enough lugnuts on all four of his tires.
In the Nextel Cup finale, Greg Biffle held off Martin Truex Jr. in a green-white-checkered finish to win the Ford 400 at Homestead.
I’ve got a Simpsons-like mentality creeping up on me. I’m getting nervous NASCAR might really be in trouble.
Kevin Harvick outlasted Jimmie Johnson following a restart with three laps remaining to win at Phoenix in Sunday’s Checker Auto Parts 500.
Jimmie Johnson has no business leading the Nextel Cup points standings. None at all. In eight Chase races, Johnson has himself just four top-10 finishes. He spent half of the first Chase race in New Hampshire in the garage after hitting the wall. He ended the Talladega race on a wrecker after getting slammed by …
Dominating for the second straight week, Tony Stewart survived a green-white-checkered finish over Jimmie Johnson to win the Dickies 500 at Texas.
Joe Nemechek has had a horrific year, but he’s stuck it out in the No. 01 Army Chevrolet, and now things are finally beginning to turn around.
Throughout the ’80s and ’90s, Atlanta’s place in NASCAR lore was simple: it was the palace through which Cup champions were crowned. For some, a coronation proved merely a formality, their hardware long clinched before the annual fall 500-miler; others used this 1.5-mile track to create drama until the final moment of the final lap …
Racing to the front early, Stewart used four fresh tires to pass Dale Earnhardt Jr. with 11 laps to go to secure the victory in Sunday’s Bass Pro Shops 500.
As always this time of year, NASCAR’s Chase is gobbling up most of the press, submersing some controversial subplots for 2007 into the background while predictions for the championship and the constant twists and turns of each week distract us from the big picture of the sport. I’m just as guilty as anyone else in …
Surviving a thrilling duel with rookie Denny Hamlin in the final six laps, Jimmie Johnson held on to win to win the Subway 500 at Martinsville.
Kyle Petty emerged as a top-15 car, using a two-tire stop to propel him to a 10th-place finish, within 72 points of 35th place with just four races remaining.