With their less aerodynamic bodies being the inspiration for the CoT, could the Truck Series become a more logical Cup feeder series than the Busch Series?
The series heads to Michigan this weekend for the second of the series’ two visits on the year – and hopefully, your fantasy team is scorching like the late summer heat. Just four races remain until the end of the regular season, and just like the excitement surrounding the Chase, the battle in many leagues …
Shocked? So were many of the fans who watched this year’s edition of the Centurion Boats at the Glen.
This week’s Centurion Boats at the Glen will likely be a different story. Road-course racing isn’t for everyone, with a few drivers normally stealing the show.
Unless you’re a glutton for punishment or one of Kurt Busch’s fans, then you probably found Sunday’s Pennsylvania 500 at Pocono a real snooze-fest.
As the excitement winds down from the second-biggest race of the year at Indianapolis, reality sets in for the Nextel Cup faithful – Sunday’s race at Pocono is the second of a 17-week stretch to finish off the regular season. With no off-weeks left to recharge and refocus, it’s crunch time for those in contention …
Tony Stewart’s slip of the tongue didn’t just cost him money. Is it wrong for drivers to lose NASCAR points for over-the-line statements to the media?
While Tony Stewart was kissing the bricks at Indianapolis for the second time in three years, some drivers almost kissed their Chase hopes goodbye in the wreck-fest that was the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard on Sunday. In the first 60 laps of the race, a total of 18 drivers had been involved in at …
The Cup Series heads to the heartland of America this week for the annual running of the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis.
It’s time to turn our focus to the upcoming seven-race slugfest that will determine the field for the 2007 Chase for the Championship.
There was at least one driver who didn’t sleep through the USG Sheetrock 400 at Chicagoland snooze-fest; that would be Tony Stewart.
Despite its reputation for being just another 1.5-mile “cookie-cutter” track, Chicagoland Speedway is developing a wider racing groove.