“Carl Edwards had better be real worried. That’s all I’ve got to say. He’s not going to sleep for the next three weeks.” – Tony Stewart, race winner
Which begs the question, has the time come for Johnson and crew chief Chad Knaus to hit the red button lettered “P-A-N-I-C?”
Much ado has been made in recent weeks of current Sprint Cup Series championship contender Matt Kenseth and his quest for sponsorship in 2012.
Matt Kenseth will likely never be NASCAR’s “class clown,” but his uber-serious demeanor has paid great dividends this season.
Ahh, final practice. The much bally-hooed and over-hyped true “shakedown session,” of sorts, in NASCAR.
Turner Motorsports has given their employees a notice of potential downsizing at the end of the season.
This year has been a reminder in this humble columnist’s opinion why he loves NASCAR and why he doesn’t worry about NASCAR’s issues anymore.
In a mystery suitable for Scooby-Doo, Tony Stewart gave a cryptic quote about deadweight being lifted off of his shoulders.
The 2011 season has been nothing short of a never-ending nightmare for Denny Hamlin.
1.) Will the Jimmie Johnson/Kurt Busch feud carry into the Chase?
Why are there so many open dates now on the NASCAR calendar?
the big topic around the proverbial NASCAR water cooler is how exactly will this “ill will” between Kurt Busch and Jimmie Johnson manifest itself