It’s hard to really have a high point as Joe Nemechek when you don’t have the financing to finish races.
Sam Hornish Jr. came within a thundercloud of winning the June Pocono race when rain started falling and crew chief Travis Geisler left the team out.
It doesn’t get safer than Greg Biffle and Jeff Gordon at Homestead. Since reconfiguring the track, Gordon has finished in the top nine in all but one event.
NASCAR heads west one last time this weekend when they go to the Arizona dessert for this weekend’s main event in Phoenix.
With Talladega out of the way, some sort of order in predicting NASCAR finishes has been restored as the traveling circus moves to Texas this weekend.
Simply put, no one dominates Talladega. Just when you think you’ve got a lock, you find out the man in question fails to finish half his plate-track events.
Our experts have pored over data and have their picks in order, hoping their crystal ball will help you find answers on J.J. and the rest of NASCAR’s Chasers.
Welcome to this week’s edition of Frontstretch’s Fantasy Insider. The game has completely changed as NASCAR’s version of the playoffs begins in New Hampshire.
The anti-climactic final moments of the Race to the Chase left a feeling in NASCAR fans’ mouths like they’d kissed their sister Saturday night.
The high banks of Richmond International Raceway (RIR) allow for fast racing and the 0.75-mile length keeps the action in close quarters, making this track one of the fan favorites. Combine that with Saturday night’s (Sept. 11) event being the last chance for drivers to make the Chase and you’ve got all the makings for …
Check out how our experts responded to the latest edition of “Darlington Pretend,” filing away Atlanta action-packed votes in our newest weekly Top-15 poll.
With the final off week of the season behind us, it’s time to look ahead to Sunday night’s race in Atlanta, the highlight of Labor Day weekend.