Matt Kenseth opened the 2009 season with back-to-back wins and looked to be on the road to a second Cup championship. However, he hasn’t won since.
Austin Dillon is perhaps the best-looking prospect in any of NASCAR’s top-three divisions right now.
NASCAR Countdown on ESPN was a full hour this week. You know I’m not a fan of that from past columns.
After a blackout at Gateway forced the postponement of Friday’s CampingWorld.com 200, it was Kevin Harvick who came out victorious.
Like most other drivers in NASCAR, Jeffrey Earnhardt started racing at a young age, first competing at Wythe Raceway in Rural Retreat, Va.
Did You Notice? Speaking of Dillon, the next wave of potential success stories in NASCAR have a familiar “legacy” ring to it?
Should any win in the NASCAR record book ever come with that type of asterisk?
Sitting 27th in the points, Elliott Sadler is sitting fourth of four teams in the Richard Petty Motorsports stable.
NASCAR Countdown was a run-of-the-mill affair. There were no special features for fans to watch.
Rookie Austin Dillon beat Johnny Sauter to the checkers by 0.635 seconds to win the Lucas Oil 200 at Iowa Speedway.
Fast forward to July 2010 and Austin Dillon has shown great improvement.
From 2006-2008, Key Motorsports ran the majority of events in the NASCAR Truck Series with drivers such as Chad Chaffin, Mike Bliss, Jeff Green and others.