Talladega provides a bigger challenge for fantasy owners than any other race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup for one reason: unpredictability.
Read this week’s Power Rankings to find out if your driver shined under the lights at Charlotte or if his bulb fizzled.
While push has always been a problem, it has been exacerbated since 1984, when the front valence of the car was dramatically extended.
Let’s take a look at the drivers who are heading into the weekend at Talladega with momentum on their side.
Carl Edwards took a push from teammate Trevor Bayne to pull ahead of Kyle Busch and hold on to win the Dollar General 300 Miles of Courage at Charlotte.
When did Kansas become Edwards’s home track when Edwards came from Missouri?
Hendrick Motorsports is planning on running four special paint schemes amongst its teams this weekend to commemorate 100 years of Chevrolet on their centennial anniversary this year. It is a good time to be a part of the Bow-Tie brigade again, having just won last weekend at Kansas, clinched the manufacturers title and trailing Carl …
Did You Notice? All the panic when Toyota entered the Sprint Cup ranks? Within five years, Americans feared a foreign automaker would be dominating NASCAR.
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Carl Edwards was the one who faced adversity Sunday; but the veteran was also was able to overcome it.
In the last two races, it has been hard to ignore Jimmie Johnson after many wanted to count him out following a less than impressive start to the Chase.
What I saw from Carl Edwards on Sunday wasn’t a lost opportunity; it was a championship-caliber performance