This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Autism Speaks 400 in Dover, Del.
At the end of the day, a very bold gamble by Matt Kenseth to take two tires instead of four with 37 laps remaining gave him track position to win at Dover.
It’s unusual, but we got through the entire weekend at Dover without a real villain.
DOVER, Del. – Carl Edwards held on to win the 5-hour Energy 200 at Dover on a rain-soaked Saturday afternoon (May 14).
Now the schedule shifts to another tough track on drivers and equipment: Dover. Chances are we won’t see an upset like last week.
Cinderella was dressed as the Lady in Black in Darlington Saturday night as Regan Smith scored the first win of his Sprint Cup career..
Kevin Harvick told reporters outside NASCAR’s “oval office” it was a shame they were covering his latest dustup instead of talking to Regan Smith about his win.
Regan Smith, driving for an underfunded single-car team based out of Colorado, scored the second big upset win of the season at Darlington.
On a night that saw first-time winners and fists flying, the Showtime Southern 500 had a lot of drivers itching to start “Running Their Mouth.”
Regan Smith, using pit strategy to jump into the lead on lap 360 held on with old tires to score an improbable victory in the 62nd running of the Southern 500.
Check out this week’s Power Rankings to see if your driver drove responsibly or if they over imbibed during the Crown Royal event at Richmond.
At Richmond, there were drivers who had a lot to be thankful for, along with drivers who most definitely had reasons for Running Their Mouth.