The Indianapolis 500 lived up to its billing as the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. The Coca-Cola 600 was a decent race with a popular winner … but not much else.
Jimmie Johnson has had a heck of a week. First, he won No. 200 for Hendrick Motorsports at Darlington, then he dominated the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race.
Jeff Gordon has had cars capable of adding to his career total of 85 Sprint Cup victories but has not yet converted.
Whatever the solution, something needs to be done to clean up the plate races going forward.
Afterward, a visibly frustrated Carl Edwards had to bite his tongue. Hard. A couple of times, really.
The confidence is flowing nice and steady in the MWR shops off Exit 28 in Cornelius, N.C.
Jimmie Johnson is, in a word, frustrated. Twice in two races, he’s had the lead or close and failed to close the deal.
The hats celebrating the 200th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory for Hendrick Motorsports made an appearance again on Sunday, this time at Martinsville.
Dale Earnhardt Jr., before his relationship with Dale Earnhardt Inc. and his stepmother took a turn for the worse, had swagger.
He was the next big thing in NASCAR, a mortal lock for Most Popular Driver and a threat to win just about every weekend. He’d survived the racing death of his father, the attendant shifting of support from his father’s fans and all that had come his way… until he and his stepmother, Teresa, got into a very public spat over his future.
Sunday could be the start of something special — again — for Tony Stewart and his team.
Darian Grubb has a new nickname in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series garage these days: King Midas.
If you’re going to have to postpone the biggest race of the year to Monday night, you might as well pull out all the stops