By now, everyone knows about the black flag that cost Carl Edwards a shot at the win on Saturday night (April 28). Was NASCAR’s call correct?
Simply put, Richmond shook up the Sprint Cup Series standings and the same can be said for this week’s Power Rankings
Martin Truex Jr. may have had his strongest performance in years, but was it enough to put him at the top of our Power Rankings?
It’s about time, right?! Greg Biffle, who has been the points leader for all but two races this season, finally and officially established himself.
It’s no secret that the financial landscape of NASCAR is quite different than it used to be a decade ago.
Was Ryan Newman’s win enough to vault him to the top of our Power Rankings?
Was Smoke’s continued strong start, the best of his 14-year Cup career enough to propel him to the top of our rankings?
Was Brad Keselowski’s performance enough to get him back inside the Power Rankings?
Was Stewart’s Sin City success enough to impress our writers and put him atop our Power Rankings?
After the “now I’ve seen everything” week that was Daytona, Sunday rolled around and it was business as usual at Phoenix International Raceway.
It’s a new season and I’m happy to be writing to you again in 2012.
Even though the actual on-track action was far overshadowed by the delays, Matt Kenseth was able to pull through and win his second Daytona 500.