What Tony Stewart delivered was a legitimate title run, leading the standings from late May until the start of the Chase in September.
Following a ghastly opening month to the season, Ryan Newman and the No. 39 SHR team went on a tear from late March through early June.
As expected Sunday, Jimmie Johnson finished what he started and came home with his fourth consecutive championship.
Hamlin said in response to “Do you think NASCAR needs to get involved with Brad at this point?” a, “Nah, nah, I’ll take care of him. It’s no biggie… I got it.”
Ron Hornaday became the oldest champion in NASCAR’s top-three series. Are those efforts enough to make him a “lock” for the NASCAR Hall of Fame?
As the season winds down to its final weekend, Jimmie Johnson’s firm grip atop our poll mirrors his 108-point lead in the Sprint Cup standings.
I hear all the time that many of the races on the NASCAR Cup circuit need to be shorter. Well, you get your wish this weekend.
Not only did Jimmie Johnson maintain his first-place position in unanimous fashion, he maintains a rather healthy points lead in our Power Rankings after Texas.
Talladega wasn’t a NASCAR race, it was a NASCAR show.
Our pollsters were left scratching their heads and putting the pieces together the best they could after a typical Talladega finish.
Although he didn’t win on Sunday, Jimmie Johnson continued his death grip on the top spot in the Power Rankings with his second-place finish at Martinsville.
Why has Jimmie Johnson and his Lowe’s team won the last three championships? Logic here says it’s because the tracks play to their strengths. I say otherwise.