After the latest NASCAR tripleheader, plenty of drivers had some strong (or sour) runs that could define the rest of their spring.
TV-wise, the big story of the day was that with 24 laps to go in the NASCAR Cup race, FOX took their very first Side-by-Side commercial break.
5 – the number of cars to pull off the track between lap 45 and 55 of Sunday’s race at Dover.
It’s unusual, but we got through the entire weekend at Dover without a real villain.
DOVER, Del. – Carl Edwards held on to win the 5-hour Energy 200 at Dover on a rain-soaked Saturday afternoon (May 14).
Regan Smith got his first career win on Saturday night. Could this victory be the springboard towards a ride with a team that has better resources?
Kevin Harvick told reporters outside NASCAR’s “oval office” it was a shame they were covering his latest dustup instead of talking to Regan Smith about his win.
It’s not every weekend you see an underdog head to NASCAR victory lane — unless it’s 2011.
Darrell Waltrip’s “man crush” has manifested itself in what many viewers consider to be biased NASCAR coverage of Kyle Busch over the past year.
Kyle Busch led 49 of 147 laps en route to winning the Royal Purple 200 at Darlington Friday night, his fifth Nationwide Series victory of the 2011 season.
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Rain has forced the cancellation of qualifying at Darlington Raceway for the Nationwide Series (May 6). The starting lineup is being set by the new NASCAR rules, the starting positions are determined by the fastest practice speeds. The front row of the race will be Kyle Busch and Clint Bowyer. Row two …
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Kyle Busch was fastest in Nationwide Series practice with a lap of 28.425 seconds for a speed of 173.303 mph.