As a long-term NASCAR partner, the Dollar General Corporation is going to make the Chase more exciting with the launch of their “Race In To Win” sweepstakes.
Read this week’s Power Rankings to see if your favorite driver moved up after a good tire call at the end or if they slid down after their engine let them down.
For Nationwide Insurance, the Dash 4 Cash is reminiscent of both the “Winston Million” and “No Bull 5” as well as the Sprint Summer Showdown.
Marcos Ambrose finally found his way to victory lane Monday, taking charge in a green-white-checkered finish to conquer his personal demons at Watkins Glen.
Any fan of NASCAR knows the importance of businesses supporting the sport and no company is more important to its long-term health than title sponsor Sprint.
The first thing that I want to mention this week is how happy I am for Paul Menard and his entire family.
Brad Keselowski’s Pocono win may have him set for the postseason, but did it give him a push into the top half of the Power Rankings?
Looks like it’s that time of year once again. The time where fans get the chance to put their “bracketology” knowledge to work as they pit competitor against competitor and team versus team. Once again, each Monday morning, thousands will be gathered around the water cooler to see whose bracket survived the madness that transpired …
Did Menard make it into the Power Rankings after his unlikely Brickyard 400 win for himself and his family at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway?
NASCAR’s Cup Series has the week off so the Power Rankings turns its focus this Wednesday towards the drivers trying desperately to make it there.