Carl Edwards stormed past Kyle Busch on lap 191 and never looked back, cruising to his second series victory of 2011 and fourth at Nashville Superspeedway.
In just his eighth Nationwide Series start (and his first at Nashville), Austin Dillon came home a very respectable seventh.
The opportunity to reach a large, passionate fanbase while gaining exposure to new business partners drove Nationwide’s decision to become involved with NASCAR.
Turner Motorsports has burst onto the NASCAR scene, utilizing the inability of Cup Series regulars to earn points in the Nationwide Series to gain recognition.
We went to Fontana pretty excited because our intermediate program looked pretty good at Vegas. We ran top 15 out there, got 10th with a great fuel-mileage finish, so we were going off of that. I couldn’t wait to get out there. I really like California. I like the track. The atmosphere is a little …
It’s the question of who will wind up potentially being the odd man out at Roush Fenway Racing. Will it be Trevor Bayne or Ricky Stenhouse Jr.?
After Talladega, 2011 is looking to be back to business as usual for the ARCA ranks; Frank Kimmel vs. the new gunslinger in town.
FICTION: Nashville Will Be Won By a Nationwide Series Regular
Looking back at Saturday’s race at Talladega, ESPN did an OK job in televising it. However, there is something that they didn’t capitalize on.
8 – the number of times in the last 12 races at Talladega that the leader at the white flag didn’t win the race.
Talladega ended in a manner that Nationwide Series fans are sick of seeing; Kyle Busch went to victory lane, with underdog Mike Wallace on his roof in turn 3.
The story is the old “Indian trick,” which longtime series stalwart Means Racing was attempting to utilize in running the distance at Texas last weekend.