Read this week’s Power Rankings and see if your driver was eating lobster or wondering why his tire bead melted in Loudon.
Did the strength of Kyle Busch’s victory, pushing him ahead of Kevin Harvick in points, have him climbing to the top in our weekly Power Rankings?
NASCAR is about the fans and in the age of 24/7 media, drivers need to work hard to keep the fanbase engaged and develop their own brand.
Carl Edwards lost the points lead on Saturday night at Daytona – did he also lose the top spot in the Power Rankings to new top dog Kevin Harvick?
Is Carl Edwards’s lead in the poll growing like his lead in the points standings after another strong run at Sonoma, while his closest pursuers had bad days?
There are very few truly excellent sports sponsorship advertising campaigns, but the Toyota “Sponsafier” program absolutely has to be included.
Talladega was really disappointing. We teamed up with Carl [Edwards] at the start of the race and we agreed that we should be hanging back a little bit, just let it all thin out and play out. We were running so well together we just couldn’t resist, we kept moving up there. The one time …
We’ve definitely experienced some bad luck this year, but this past week at Michigan we had one of our bigger heartbreaks of the season. First, we got into Dave Blaney on pit road which caused a fair amount of damage to our Furniture Row Racing Chevrolet. It was just a matter of us taking two …
Was Denny Hamlin’s first win of the season at Michigan enough to vault him into the top spot in the Power Rankings?
NASCAR is the only sport which uses differentiated products as the medium of competition. Ford, Chevy, Chrysler and Toyota represent more than a decal.
The tricky triangle in the Pocono Mountains threw the competitors some curveballs this spring, the unique three-turn track paired with the return of shifting.