There was a time when Jeff Gordon was the last guy you wanted to see on the last lap of a race.
Just when you thought full-time Sprint Cup Series drivers could exert no more dominance over NASCAR’s Nationwide and Truck series, think again.
After Denny Hamlin’s win in Monday’s rescheduled race at Martinsville Speedway, Jimmie Johnson no longer owns exclusive rights to the title, “Mr. Martinsville.”
Let me go on the record as saying that if anyone not named Jimmie Johnson wins the championship this season, it’ll be Kurt Busch.
Roll the tape forward to 2010, three races down, and Kevin Harvick is once again living up to the “Happy” moniker he’s carried for most of his Cup career.
Just when it seemed the news couldn’t get much worse for NASCAR, here comes just what the doctor didn’t order: Another Jimmie Johnson win.
Despite a miserable 2009 and subpar 2008 with the powerful Hendrick Motorsports outfit, Dale Earnhardt Jr. hasn’t forgotten how to drive racecars.
The challenge that awaits Matt Kenseth on Sunday may seem a bit daunting. That’s because it really is.
2010 is supposed to start a new era for NASCAR – but Jimmie Johnson may have something to say before we’re all said and done.
Winning the Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway can be a nice shot in the arm for a NASCAR Sprint Cup driver and team.
New NASCAR spoiler rules are the start of what could be changes to make the Car of Tomorrow handle better. Will better handling lead to better racing?
With Kansas and Kentucky expected to get second dates in 2011, some tracks are in peril of losing a date or falling off the NASCAR schedule altogether.