Another questionable debris caution late bunched up the field and led to an exciting finish at California. Is NASCAR losing credibility “engineering” finishes?
California might have served as a wake-up call for NASCAR. The Busch race and the truck race did not have full fields. The second- and third-biggest racing series in the U.S. didn’t have full fields for their races this weekend. The influx of Cup drivers stealing the headlines and the escalating costs of running teams …
Matt Kenseth gave Roush his sixth victory in the last seven Busch Series races at California when he drove off to a five-length win in the Stater Bros. 300.
It’s probably a good thing that the 2007 Daytona 500 finished the way it did; the exciting and controversial finish helped to overshadow what was yet another Nextel Cup Driver Benefit event the day before during the Orbitz 300. Kevin Harvick won that one, too… but the finish was a lot less exciting. It is …
Kevin Harvick took the lead on lap 79 of the Orbitz 300, leaving Dave Blaney, Carl Edwards, Clint Bowyer and Mark Martin scratching their heads.
Carl Edwards, Greg Biffle, Matt Kenseth, Clint Bowyer and Kevin Harvick. They’ve all been through the Busch Series the first time, but they’ve come back. Why?
It was announced this week that Erin Crocker is scaling back her schedule to 12 ARCA and four Busch Series races this year. Is this the beginning of the end?
Taking a look at last year’s Nextel Cup Chase for the Championship, you might have noticed an interesting pattern; six of the 10 drivers were no older than age 32. Kyle Busch, in fact, set a record as the youngest driver ever to make a run for the championship, qualifying for the playoffs at the …
Today’s Season Preview Topic: Will NASCAR fix the Busch Series rules for ’08 and beyond, and how?
Unlike Nextel Cup, TV ratings for the NASCAR Busch Series actually went up this year. That’s despite the fact the series championship was a literal runaway.
Brett Bodine held a Q&A on NASCAR’s Car of Tomorrow at Daytona to appease the fans. Is this all spin or a sign things are heading in the right direction?
In the end it was little known David Gilliland, driving part-time for an underfunded, brand new team that broke through and won in Kentucky.