Kimi Raikkonen, following a mid-pack Truck Series finish, has been promoted to the Nationwide Series and has even tested a Cup car (and crashed it).
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the All-Star Race in Concord, N.C.
NASCAR fans have seen more than their fair share of developmental drivers come and go.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Autism Speaks 400 in Dover, Del.
At the end of the day, a very bold gamble by Matt Kenseth to take two tires instead of four with 37 laps remaining gave him track position to win at Dover.
While Furniture Row Racing has to be riding cloud nine as a team, they head to Dover, where Regan Smith nor the No. 78 has ever had a top-20 finish.
In the past couple of weeks, the talk of the NASCAR world has been about drivers behaving badly.
On a night that saw first-time winners and fists flying, the Showtime Southern 500 had a lot of drivers itching to start “Running Their Mouth.”
At Richmond, there were drivers who had a lot to be thankful for, along with drivers who most definitely had reasons for Running Their Mouth.
At the NASCAR Nationwide Series at Nashville, with Cup drivers dominating everything in sight, the atmosphere was like being alive for one’s own funeral.
It’s the question of who will wind up potentially being the odd man out at Roush Fenway Racing. Will it be Trevor Bayne or Ricky Stenhouse Jr.?
It seems Dale Earnhardt Jr. is getting closer to breaking his now 101-race drought. He led at Martinsville and pushed Jimmie Johnson to victory at Talladega.