After Brian Vickers had his on-track skirmishes with Tony Stewart and Matt Kenseth, he may have prevented himself from securing another ride in Cup for 2012.
Things look good for Kenny Wallace, who says that all of his 2011 sponsors will return for partial schedules.
Rusty Wallace Incorporated was expected to take another step forward in 2011, but it didn’t happen.
Third in the points and riding a streak of three consecutive top-10 finishes, Reed Sorenson suddenly found himself out of a ride after the fall Dover race.
It was without a doubt an up and down season for Martin Truex Jr. and the No. 56 MWR team.
In his best year in Sprint Cup to date, Regan Smith seemed to experience a new high point every couple of races in 2011.
The first half of Brian Scott’s season was marked by a series of decent top-15 runs.
Johnny Sauter came into the 2011 season with high hopes of race wins and a strong run at the championship, and that’s exactly what he gave ThorSport.
Elliott Sadler made the move down to the Nationwide Series for the first time since 1998, trying to get his career back on track.
There was no one on the Sprint Cup Series schedule who had a more disappointing season.
Once more, Robby Gordon’s most impressive quality appeared to be keeping his self-owned team operating.
In all facets, David Reutimann’s season was a struggle that left his future employment with MWR in jeopardy.