Sarcasm aside, what should we take from Tony Stewart’s post-race interview?
Here’s a taste of the good, the bad and the ugly facing the Nationwide Series heading into Darlington tonight.
It was a wild weekend in Talladega and just about every car left the track with some damage. However, it wasn’t just cars that were damaged on Sunday, as poor results in the race damaged the egos of many of today’s frontrunners. Crapshoot or not, Talladega still counts for the same amount of points as any other race and several of the competitors will be happy to cross it off their list until October.
It’s been a great start to the season and for now, at least, Roush Fenway Racing looks like the team to beat.
Here’s my take on what’s behind the summer of NASCAR fans’ discontent.
Is it wrong of us to want to see the debris that brings out the caution?
By now, everyone knows about the black flag that cost Carl Edwards a shot at the win on Saturday night (April 28). Was NASCAR’s call correct?
Simply put, Richmond shook up the Sprint Cup Series standings and the same can be said for this week’s Power Rankings
ONE: The Double-Edged Sword of Debris Caution Wrongs
It wasn’t as bad as Texas, Fontana or Kansas but it surely was Richmond Lite … less action, more boring.
Afterward, a visibly frustrated Carl Edwards had to bite his tongue. Hard. A couple of times, really.
Each week, Frontstretch will break down the racing, series by series, to bring you the biggest stories that you need to watch during the week ahead.