Is Martinsville the only race between Carl Edwards and the Sprint Cup?
Will the new rules package make for better racing at Talladega?
Does Jimmie Johnson’s win show us a potential flaw in the Chase?
Through three Chase races, is the Cup Series in line for its closest points battle ever?
What should NASCAR do about an increasing number of fuel-mileage races?
How will the new plate changes affect racing at Talladega?
This weekend’s Four Burning Questions focuses on the big storyline swirling around Richmond’s 400-lapper: who will make the Chase?
What does Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s contract extension mean?
With four races remaining, is Brad Keselowski a lock for one of the two wildcard spots?
*Did Carl Edwards make the right decision in re-signing with Roush Fenway?*
After months of rampant speculation about where Carl Edwards would be driving in 2012, the 2011 Sprint Cup Series points leader opted this week to stay loyal to Roush Fenway Racing and remain with the organization, spurning Joe Gibbs Racing. Edwards and a potential Home Depot sponsorship at JGR may have certainly been appealing, but when it comes to winning races, this was a no-brainer. In seven full seasons with Roush Fenway, Edwards has amassed 19 wins, 79 top 5s and 126 top 10s while becoming the face of the organization and one of the most appealing drivers for fans and sponsors alike.
How will Travis Pastrana fare in his Nationwide debut?
FOUR: Will a crew chief swap be a shot in the arm for Greg Biffle?