It appeared Kevin Harvick was headed for another Busch win at Homestead, but after leading 84 of the first 140 laps, a pit-road penalty cost him the race.
As the curtain closes on the 2007 NASCAR season, there’s many drivers and teams that will say goodbye to the glare of the public spotlight – and hello to the greener pastures of other dreams, retirement beckoning them elsewhere. But in particular, there’s one sponsor whose departure may affect the future of the sport for …
The Arizona Travel 200 was another Busch Series crash-fest. The race saw the caution flag fly 11 times for 46 laps, almost one-quarter of the race.
Frontstretch talked with Danny O’Quinn about the difficulties involved with a small-budget operation and the frustrations of running a part-time schedule.
With two races remaining, Hendrick Motorsports cars sit first, second and fourth in Cup points. Is this the most dominant season by one team in recent memory?
There were two races going on in the O’Reilly Challenge. The primary race, which was won by Harvick, and Carl Edwards’s race to finish off the series title.
After what’s happened with Carl Edwards over the past week or so, is it fair for people to withhold their opinions until they feel the timing is right?
With little else to talk about on today’s Pep Boys Auto 500 pre-race show, it was kind of pathetic listening to the broadcasters trying to create drama where there was none.
In a Nutshell – The Busch Series race at Memphis was more like a Friday night Demolition Derby than an event that originated from the number two stock car series in America. On a day when almost half of the race was run under the yellow flag, a total of 25 caution flags for 117 …
More than likely, Carl Edwards will clinch his first-ever Busch Series championship this Saturday at Memphis. An eighth-place finish is all that’s needed to secure the trophy with three races left, no matter what second-place points man David Reutimann does on the racetrack. It’s a significant achievement for a man who’s never won a title …
All weekend at Lowe’s, complaints and concern centered around the tires Goodyear brought to the event. After seeing the race unfold, is the tire still too hard?
The Dollar General 300 at Charlotte was once again the playground of the Buschwhackers, as Greg Biffle and Carl Edwards dueled at the front of the pack.