While Clint Bowyer was holding off all comers for the win, his Michael Waltrip Racing teammates were having a strong race of their own, solidly in the top 10.
The early-season success of Michael Waltrip Racing has been one of the best stories in 2012.
In a sport with 42 losers in every contest, there is always room to wonder where things went awry.
If Brian Vickers can pull off another impressive run at Martinsville, he may be seeing some additional offers rolling in soon enough.
Looking for the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How behind Sunday’s race?
What Can Be Expected From the No. 48 Team’s Appeal?
Consider these five drivers, none of whom have a guaranteed full-time ride for 2012.
Did You Notice? The Bud Shootout has lost its sense of importance?
After Brian Vickers had his on-track skirmishes with Tony Stewart and Matt Kenseth, he may have prevented himself from securing another ride in Cup for 2012.
With Kurt Busch out at Penske, here’s a look at the most likely candidates to take the slot.
One thing is for sure, the line drawn at Texas was obviously drawn in sand.
A week after a driver was parked for deliberately wrecking another driver, NASCAR did not penalize an incident that, to many observers, looked intentional.