It wasn’t in dominating form, but Kyle Busch was there when it counted at Loudon.
The latest fuel-mileage chapter of NASCAR racing 2011 was written on Friday night in Kentucky, with Brad Keselowski emerging the victor of a cat-and-mouse duel.
Go figure, a Joe Gibbs Racing entry swooped in and stole the Subway Jalapeno 250, with Joey Logano leading one lap en route to winning at Daytona.
Reed Sorenson returned to victory lane for the first time since 2007, handed the trophy after it was determined that Ron Fellows passed Sorenson under yellow.
There wasn’t a soul coming into Michigan race weekend that would dare question just how stout Roush Fenway Racing’s Ford Mustangs were.
With 25 laps to go, Carl Edwards stormed past race leader Elliott Sadler, seemingly poised to steal another Nationwide Series trophy at Chicagoland.
CONCORD, N.C. – It seems that Kyle Busch has found his Nationwide Series nemesis at Charlotte Motor Speedway and thy name is Kenseth.
To call Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s first career win this Sunday at Iowa poetic would be understating it.
DOVER, Del. – Carl Edwards held on to win the 5-hour Energy 200 at Dover on a rain-soaked Saturday afternoon (May 14).
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.
RICHMOND, Va. – A week removed from an event that saw four of six yellow flags at Nashville fly for invisible debris, the opposite happened at Richmond Friday.
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.