Talk about a gamble. When the caution flew with 41 to go, Chad Knaus left leader Jimmie Johnson on the racetrack while almost every car on the lead lap pitted.
What sweet vindication it has to be for Clint Bowyer to get Richard Childress his 100th career win as a car owner.
Let’s take a look at the drivers who are heading into the weekend at Talladega with momentum on their side.
What is a bigger crime: Reed Sorenson getting yanked from the No. 32 car or Brian Vickers being excited to the point of using exclamation marks in a release?
Reed Sorenson was unceremoniously dumped from Turner Motorsports’ No. 32 car, with Cup regular Brian Vickers taking the seat.
Read the Power Rankings this week to find out how the experts are shaking down this 43-car field with only seven races left to go.
Let’s sort through the drivers who have (or don’t have) momentum heading into next weekend at Kansas Speedway.
Check out this week’s Power Rankings to see where the experts place your favorite with just eight races left to go on the year.
In a mystery suitable for Scooby-Doo, Tony Stewart gave a cryptic quote about deadweight being lifted off of his shoulders.
Once again, Mother Nature decided that it’s just not right for NASCAR to be run on Sundays and postponed the race to another Monday morning extravaganza.
“It is huge; I had a migraine all day yesterday so I am kinda glad we didn’t race.” – Tony Stewart, race winner
Whether you participate in a Chase fantasy NASCAR league or not, you have reached the home stretch of the season.