Dover played a bit of a wildcard, with four of the top-10 finishers coming from outside the Chase field. Which non-Chaser is most likely to win?
Read the Power Rankings this week to find out how the experts are shaking down this 43-car field with only seven races left to go.
Nowhere does disappointment run deeper in the NASCAR garages than with Carl Edwards and Jimmie Johnson this Monday.
You can go from the penthouse to the outhouse in just one weekend. Take Tony Stewart, for example.
Who knew that NHRA Pro Stock experience would pay off for Kurt Busch in his victory over Jimmie Johnson?
Jimmie Johnson may have had the dominant car for much of the day, but when it was all said and done, it was Kurt Busch beating Johnson to the checkered flag
Carl Edwards powered by polesitter Elliott Sadler on lap 11 and never looked back, leading 179 circuits en route to a commanding win.
Strategy has always played a role in the outcome of Sprint Cup races, but in 2011, it’s more important than ever.
Check out this week’s Power Rankings to see where the experts place your favorite with just eight races left to go on the year.
Here’s a quick look at each of the 12 drivers (in the current points standings) with some thoughts on what type of champion and ambassador for the sport they would be.
let’s take a look at the “hot” drivers heading into this weekend’s events at the Monster Mile.
The new face of the Chase was the 1.5-mile cookie cutter in Chicagoland and the 400-miler played out just as anyone would have expected.