Toyota is in their fourth season in the Craftsman Truck Series, and it appears they are just hitting their stride.
Brett Bodine held a Q&A on NASCAR’s Car of Tomorrow at Daytona to appease the fans. Is this all spin or a sign things are heading in the right direction?
I have a few observations on things going on in the Busch Series, specifically concerning Jason Keller, Busch Series veterans, rookies and the fans.
Editor’s Note: This article originally ran on July 28, 2006. The NASCAR Busch Series has long had a reputation as a starting ground for new teams and young, upcoming drivers, but the huge influx of Cup wheelmen into the series in recent seasons has had an effect on that philosophy. Fewer seats have been available …
Where will Dale Earnhardt Jr. be driving in 2008?
Ken Schrader and company had their moments, and a nice run at Richmond in September was one of those bright spots.
The high point for Kevin Lepage was actually a best finish of 21st in the Sharpie 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway while driving the No. 49 Dodge of BAM Racing.
Which NASCAR driver was the biggest surprise in 2006, and why?
Editor’s Note: In honor of the 2006 Nextel Cup champion celebrating in New York City, the Mirror Driving crew has decided to throw a little party of their own, taking a hard-earned week off after a long season. In their stead, we hope you enjoy some “Best Of” Mirror Driving from the past year, a …
Evaluate Juan Pablo Montoya’s Cup debut.
Team Red Bull has had an auspicious debut, failing to qualify for any of the races it’s entered this season. Is this a true indicator that Toyota has a lot of homework to do, or is it hard to tell anything because they’re using Dodges?
This time, it was fuel mileage that held up, as Kevin Harvick posted his ninth Busch Series victory of the season in the O’Reilly Challenge at Texas.