Like dust in the wind, so is the reign of Mr. Five-Time.
At least the race wasn’t the wreck-fest we all feared. Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart kept their respective fans on their feet most of the afternoon.
After 312 laps at the new Phoenix International Raceway, we’ll go to the final race with just three lousy points separating Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart.
In the case of the repaved Phoenix International Raceway, give it a few years. The track proved to be very tough for drivers to get a handle on.
Victory lane at Phoenix Sunday (Nov. 13) was full of “bull.” Red Bull, that is.
2. Could Joe Gibbs be benching Kyle Busch for the remainder of the 2011 season?
There have been a number of changes to Phoenix, but it still a relatively flat 1-mile track.
Can NASCAR fans be truly happy about a great Chase or, as some fans are want to do, will they nit-pick the Chase and find another way to complain?
After Texas, the championship battle is effectively between Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards. Who has an edge the last two races and why?
Check out this week’s Power Rankings to see if your favorite driver was able to keep his six shooters loaded or if they fired all their rounds two weeks early.
Let’s quickly touch on the topic du jour as we begin the penultimate “in-season” edition of Fact or Fiction.
Let me get this straight. One Cup driver (Tony Stewart) has won half the races in the Chase and he’s still not in the points lead?