If Jimmie Johnson ever admitted fault for anything and bothered to look at the video, perhaps he wouldn’t have retaliated at Kurt Busch on Saturday night.
The truth is, the Chase has changed very little, if anything in the NASCAR landscape.
Here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the rain-delayed AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
There are races that might have a little more prestige, but this is the coolest damn one of them all. We won it!” – Brad Keselowski, race winner
All was seemingly well in Bristol, the one NASCAR track seemingly immune from ever losing its luster. Fast forward five years later.
Tony Stewart was in no mood to sugarcoat things for the media after Sunday’s race at Michigan.
The big news coming out of Rockingham this week was the installment of SAFER barriers at a hefty $1 million per mile.
This week at Watkins Glen, those that raced for a coveted Top 35 slot in the Sprint Cup Standing suffered through wrecks, ringers and early retirement.
“I’m more upset with Greg Biffle. He is the most unprofessional little scardey cat I’ve ever seen in my life.” – Boris Said
To say that the past few days for Pocono Raceway have been tumultuous is an understatement.
Kurt Busch and Jimmie Johnson got into it at Pocono, rekindling the flames on their old rivalry. Who came out with an edge
Best Quote “It’s not me, its good people. It’s having Paul Wolfe [crew chief] and a team that digs. There are so many people to thank for being in victory lane, from Miller Lite to Sprint to the fans. I’m no hero. The heroes are the guys that died in Afghanistan this weekend and I …