Thank God for the SAFER barriers and the HANS device. Jimmie Johnson’s wreck looked horribly similar to a certain last-lap wreck in the 2001 Daytona 500.
Jimmie Johnson easily aced Kasey Kahne on the green-white-checkered restart to score the win.
Did the Chase just ruin the finish of another race? I’m left wondering if Jimmie Johnson gave it all he had on that final restart.
With two laps to go Clint Bowyer ran out of fuel, handing the lead and the win to Tony Stewart.
Tony Stewart, Matt Kenseth and Jimmie Johnson battled until the crew chiefs screamed, “Save fuel!” and everyone ran like a cop was pointing a radar gun.
Kevin Harvick held off an assault by Cheez-It Crackers (err, Carl Edwards) to win one of the most bizarre short-track races in recent memory.
Old mentor teaches former student a thing or two, the last twist in one of the more action-packed races held on a 1.5-mile oval in recent memory.
Where is the old Bristol, Bruton, and what the hell can you do to bring it back before people stop coming?
When all was said and done at Michigan, GM, Dodge and Ford all had to suck it up as Toyota dealt them a blow to the solar plexus in their hometown.
After tragically fumbling away victory at Sonoma a year ago, finally Marcos Ambrose broke through and scored Cup win number one.
Kyle Busch got so preoccupied with Jimmie Johnson’s attempted divebomb pass to the inside, a quick move on Turn 1 of the final restart they both flat out let Brad Keselowski get away.
Remember back when the Brickyard 400 used to draw a standing room only 300,000 fans?