When the conversation returns to babbling about NASCAR’s new championship system and how it is going to dramatically alter the landscape… what’s the point?
After the standings were thrown into the mixer that is Bristol, read on to see how this week’s Power Rankings have shaken out for your Frontstretch experts.
Estimates that 120,000 fans were in the stands at Bristol Motor Speedway this past Sunday (March 20) were gross exaggerations.
No, Bristol wasn’t boring. Simple enough, right? Different, yes. Boring, no. Unless you think Kyle Busch is boring.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Jeff Byrd 500 (presented by Food City) at Bristol Motor Speedway.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Kyle Busch earned his second straight Bristol sweep and has stood in victory lane in the last five NASCAR national series races at the track.
Last year, the chief complaint at Bristol was that the tire compound laid too much rubber on the track, making the racing surface too slick.
NASCAR is finally headed in the right direction again, but for it to continue to grow, the racing has to improve.
In three races, Fords have gone to victory lane twice. Is this a sign of dominance for Roush Fenway Racing, similar to what Hendrick Motorsports has enjoyed?
Carl Edwards is the talk of the circuit right now with his runner-up finish to Trevor Bayne at Daytona and his win at Las Vegas.
It was Carl Edwards who was able to celebrate after Tony Stewart let victory slip from his grasp in Las Vegas.
So which NASCAR drivers are sticking in my head to watch moving forward? Three surprises stand out; let’s delve into their seasons and find out why.