I’ve seen better races and worse races than Talladega on Sunday, but I simply can’t recall a single race that pissed more fans off.
Is Martinsville the only race between Carl Edwards and the Sprint Cup?
Don’t let the Chase situation impact your lineup at Martinsville.
Did You Notice? That Cale Gale’s getting what’s likely a swansong with Kevin Harvick Incorporated this weekend?
With only one victory, would a Carl Edwards title defeat the purpose of the Chase?
Martinsville may have more to say about this championship than originally thought.
One-hundred eighty-eight laps around Talladega wound down into a two-car dash to the finish with Clint Bowyer crossing the line in the first spot.
Short of moving the Southern 500 to Fontana, there’s been nothing more maligned during Brian France’s reign at the top of stock car racing than the Chase.
Racing at Talladega, especially in the last couple of years, has been a dual-edged sword.
For once, Carl Edwards came to Talladega at a crucial time and left the speedway not making a mistake.
What sweet vindication it has to be for Clint Bowyer to get Richard Childress his 100th career win as a car owner.
It was Clint Bowyer edging by Jeff Burton to repeat as the fall winner at Talladega Sunday, giving Richard Childress Racing its 100th career NASCAR victory.