So who are the best NASCAR drivers gunning for a ride at the sport’s top level (or young enough to still get that second chance?)
With a shocking ninth-place finish at Martinsville, did Jimmie Johnson do enough for our experts to vote him number one on our list?
After Jimmie Johnson scored his first ever win at Bristol Motor Speedway, you can guess where he ended up in our Power Rankings this week.
Our pundits have ranked their favorite NASCAR tracks and we’ve compiled the top 15 of them to give you a sense of what they’re looking for in a speedway.
The No. 2 car of Kurt Busch managed to win a race, but it was two other stories that stole the show this weekend at Atlanta.
A weekend in Las Vegas turned out lucky for Jimmie Johnson, who took a four-tire gamble on the last pit stop and rode it to victory number two.
Taking the plates off at Auto Club Speedway meant the first “unrestricted” race of the regular season Sunday; and for once, the 2-mile oval didn’t disappoint.
It was Jimmie Johnson who lost out – his rear-axle failure at Daytona was enough for him to lose his grip atop our poll for the first time since last fall.
As NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers prepare to tackle their 36-race regular season, it’s time to take a look at which ones carry the most momentum into 2010.
As expected Sunday, Jimmie Johnson finished what he started and came home with his fourth consecutive championship.
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.
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.