The grandson of Richard Childress finally found his mojo on Friday night, winning the Camping World Truck Series race in dominating fashion at Nashville.
It wasn’t in dominating form, but Kyle Busch was there when it counted at Loudon.
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.
There wasn’t a soul coming into Michigan race weekend that would dare question just how stout Roush Fenway Racing’s Ford Mustangs were.
I’m glad I’m not NASCAR. They just can’t win. Personally, I’d rather watch an unpredictable fuel-mileage race which involves various strategies.
CONCORD, N.C. – It seems that Kyle Busch has found his Nationwide Series nemesis at Charlotte Motor Speedway and thy name is Kenseth.
Everything was hot pink in the media center at Charlotte on Saturday (May 28); pink show cars, pink-and-white checkered flags, even pink cupcakes.
In honor of Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s win in Iowa, I’ve decided to focus on NASCAR’s Nationwide and Camping World Truck series drivers in this week’s Hot/Not.
Kevin Harvick told reporters outside NASCAR’s “oval office” it was a shame they were covering his latest dustup instead of talking to Regan Smith about his win.
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.
The NASCAR Cup Series has the week off, so the Power Rankings turns its focus towards a different subset of drivers: those trying to make it there.
Saturday’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race was a bit more competitive since Kyle Busch wasn’t as dominant as he was in Sunday’s Cup Series event.