The Nationwide Series, on the other hand, was officially decided last week at Texas, with Brad Keselowski taking this year’s title.
Carl Edwards led early and often, running up front for 153 laps en route to an easy five-second victory in the Wypall 200 at the Phoenix International Raceway.
“Caution is out. Debris.” Every race fan, especially those watching the event on television, hates to hear that.
Did You Notice? The underlying message that both Richard Childress Racing and Hendrick Motorsports sent NASCAR sponsors the last two weeks?
The race at Texas featured Denny Hamlin taking the top spot by 33 markers over Jimmie Johnson. Is it safe to say he’s got this one in the bag?
Time to take another look at the race telecasts that we all watch. The Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck series were all at Texas Motor Speedway.
The AAA Texas 500 was almost a fight. It might have been one if NASCAR officials hadn’t stepped in. The real surprise was the participants.
FORT WORTH, Texas – The suspense! Did Brad Keselowski finish better than 21st at and clinch the Nationwide Series title, two races early?
Friday was a good day for the Nationwide Series. Whether it goes down as a good day or the start of something bigger remains to be seen.
It would be difficult to tout 2010 as a winning year for NASCAR.
With Brad Keselowski set to end the Nationwide Series season, it’s only fitting that this week Frontstretch recaps the top-10 moments for the Series.
As the 2010 racing season continues to wind down, one theme running rampant is the struggle for funding is taxing more than just the Cup Series.