Brad Keselowski won and Jeff Gordon appeared late in the running to almost give him some competition. There is nothing very stunning about the major headline for Sunday’s running of the AAA 400. You won’t even be surprised at the finishing order of the rest of the Chasers. The race was, well, kind of everything …
On lap 313, Clint Bowyer managed to pass Ryan Newman and he never yielded that position the rest of the night.
A green-white-checker finish saw Denny Hamlin grab the lead and hold off Jeff Gordon to take his series leading fourth win of the season.
So we’re five days following Bristol and everybody is still atwitter about Tony Stewart going hammer-throw with his helmet at Matt Kenseth. While it was a throwback to the old days when things made sense in Thunder Valley, it was actually one of those watershed moments that helped attract and interest new fans to the …
Although Marcos Ambrose and Brad Keselowski were making the last lap at Watkins Glen one for the ages, another driver was quietly posting his team’s second top-five run of the year. Sam Hornish Jr. followed up his third-place finish in the Nationwide Series race on Saturday with a fifth-place run on Sunday. But the numbers don’t tell the whole tale. Because Hornish has an open wheel background, it’s often assumed that he has extensive road-course experience. But he doesn’t; Hornish’s three IZOD IndyCar Series titles came when the series ran almost exclusively on oval tracks. Hornish had just 11 road-course starts under his belt when he made the move to NASCAR.
All the NASCAR world was atwitter this week regarding Kevin Harvick’s comments following the New Hampshire Nationwide Series race. With 22 laps to go, he ran up on the (multiple) lapped car of Amber Cope. While she was passed by two other back markers on the outside in the middle of turn 2 without issue, …
Kevin Harvick says that there are simply too many facts missing right now.
Was Tony Stewart’s victory-lane vitriol worth a few first-place votes? Or did Matt Kenseth’s dominant run impress our writers? Keep reading to find out.
During his press conference on Thursday, Carl Edwards spent nearly 15 minutes talking about how he was uncomfortable with the whole idea of mandatory cautions.
Did Brad Keselowski’s win propel him atop our Power Rankings? Did Kyle Busch get any sympathy votes for his string of bad luck? Keep reading to find out.
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