Will Danica Patrick go to NASCAR full time in 2012?
The Daytona 500 and Coca-Cola 600 provide something that fantasy owners don’t get in any of the other 34 races on the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule: a test race.
Even on a quiet All-Star night, enough contenders pulled away from pretenders for our panel of NASCAR experts to switch up the poll.
Carl Edwards’s crew got him off pit road first after the final mandatory four-tire stop. The No. 99 cruised to a NASCAR All-Star Race win from there.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the All-Star Race in Concord, N.C.
Saturday night (May 21) at Charlotte Motor Speedway Carl Edwards took the checkered flag and needed a wrecker to get to victory lane.
Anyone who looked at the rundown and couldn’t find the No. 48, that’s because Jimmie Johnson was running the No. 5 in the All-Star Race.
I do have some random thoughts on happenings within NASCAR and I’ll share them with you here.
Four-hundred miles at Dover looked like it was going to be a battle with Mother Nature; instead, Sunday (May 15) turned into a war with Goodyear.
According to Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch, probation or not, went after him under a late-race caution at Dover.
After the latest NASCAR tripleheader, plenty of drivers had some strong (or sour) runs that could define the rest of their spring.
Even if reported estimates for all three national touring races this weekend were combined, it still wouldn’t be enough to fill the 140,000 seats Dover boasts.