As much of a pleasant surprise that Paul Menard was in 2010, very few dreamed that 2011 would be even better.
Despite a solid season, the quality of drivers available on the free-agent market leaves Gilliland unsigned at press time.
1. Who is the championship favorite, Carl Edwards or Tony Stewart?
Being a Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year, as Forrest Gump would say, is like a box of chocolates. Fans never know what they’re going to get.
Love him or hate him, Jimmie Johnson’s incredible five-year run as the NASCAR Sprint Cup champion was nothing short of phenomenal.
Victory lane at Phoenix Sunday (Nov. 13) was full of “bull.” Red Bull, that is.
2. Could Joe Gibbs be benching Kyle Busch for the remainder of the 2011 season?
Can NASCAR fans be truly happy about a great Chase or, as some fans are want to do, will they nit-pick the Chase and find another way to complain?
“We’re controlling our own destiny,” Tony Stewart said. “Today is a perfect example of that.”
Tony Stewart proved he can not only talk the talk, but walk the walk, in terms of his championship pursuit.
ONE: Will mind games work better for Tony Stewart than they did for Denny Hamlin?
Jeremy Mayfield not only made a liar out of himself with Tuesday’s arrest (Nov. 1) for methamphetamine possession and stolen goods.