For the last several years, it seems like the words “new” and “Kyle Busch” have been paired up annually around this portion of the season.
It never occurred to me until the conclusion of the Sprint All-Star Challenge Saturday, but I’ve got a couple of beefs with NASCAR’s exhibition weekend.
It’s time to look at which drivers should be concerned about their status with their current rides, starting with the ones most likely to be on the move soon.
My concern is that Danica Patrick has shown in the past that she is a hot head who doesn’t think before she acts in certain situations.
Junior is back! Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? It has become a recurring statement in four of the last five seasons.
Greg Biffle is making a case to be this year’s champion. However, he’ll have to buck a trend that has plagued regular-season contenders for the past five years.
As easy as it is to hate Kyle Busch for his immature behavior, his character is something the sport needs.
Now we have just one bye week for the remainder of the season and I am confused.
The early-season success of Michael Waltrip Racing has been one of the best stories in 2012.
Perhaps the biggest example of how a Steve Addington-led team loses its momentum in the final weeks was in 2008.
For the driver of the No. 24 Chevy, he will still go down as one of the best ever, but the days of Jeff Gordon being the man to beat are long gone.
Even though we are only two weeks in, there are already several drivers who should be optimistic about the weeks ahead while others need to be concerned.