What some were billing as a kick, scratch and gouge battle to the finish turned into a parade that was a coming out party for Michael Waltrip Racing.
Junior wins again and all is sweetness and light around the globe. In fact, I predict tomorrow we’ll see Romney and Obama sharing a single root beer float
A new track surface, a new race distance and the youngest and oldest Cup drivers competing hammer and tongs for a win.
Yeah, it wasn’t classic Dover, but sometimes a driver and team hit the right setup for a particular day and they dominate.
On lap 332, Kasey Kahne passed Denny Hamlin and pretty much put it on cruise control for the final 100 miles of NASCAR’s longest event.
The All-Star Race is pointless … in more ways than one.
If points racing can make a Darlington race this bland we’re in for a very, very long summer.
Just another silly, contrived and violent plate race … racing that appeals to the least common denominators amongst us.
It wasn’t as bad as Texas, Fontana or Kansas but it surely was Richmond Lite … less action, more boring.
Martin Truex Jr. made one last concerted charge at Denny Hamlin with three laps to go but lost grip and slid in behind the No. 11.
Greg Biffle slowly stalked and ran down Jimmie Johnson over 30 laps by a tenth or so a circuit before making that final pass.
There’s nothing wrong with the new NASCAR style of racing that an old short track can’t fix.