Jimmie Johnson was counting the laps. Chad Knaus was counting fuel drops. Team owner Rick Hendrick was waiting to count one more win for his team.
Every racecar driver dreams of winning, but not every driver dreams of how to win. That different kind of vision helped Brad Keselowski to victory lane Sunday.
As has become a rite of spring at the Virginia track in Richmond, Kyle Busch found a way to win.
Fans of Ricky Stenhouse Jr. won’t have to look hard when they ask, “where’s the beef?’
When the sun broke through late in Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Kansas Speedway, it couldn’t have come at a better time for Denny Hamlin.
Greg Biffle wasn’t sure how many bullets he would have for Jimmie Johnson. So, when he got a shot to take the lead, he didn’t waste it Saturday night at Texas.
The fastest car doesn’t always win a NASCAR Sprint Cup race. But rarely is the outcome decided by the slowest car on the track.
NASCAR’s made two trips out to the western United States for intermediate races this season. Tony Stewart is basically perfect so far in those events.
Tony Stewart used a quick getaway four times in the last 58 laps to clear the field and hang on to the lead.
After all the excitement and suspense involved in NASCAR’s season-opening Daytona 500, many might consider the Sprint Cup season’s second race a bit of downer.
It was a lot of hurrying up and waiting for NASCAR drivers, officials and fans Sunday (Feb. 26) at Daytona International Speedway.
Tony Stewart and Matt Kenseth took home wins, but it was Michael McDowell, Robby Gordon, Dave Blaney and Joe Nemechek who walked away with a winning feeling.