As a tribute to one of my favorite movies, let’s delve into the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the NASCAR season that was.
In January, NASCAR’s Vice President of Competition, Robin Pemberton, uttered what would become one of the most quoted phrases of the year.
67,000 – people in attendance for the Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway
When Martin Truex Jr. fell off the pace at Homestead, Carl Edwards lost the only competition that could keep him honest and drove on to an easy win.
It didn’t matter how long his winless streak was, Carl Edwards showed in his final two races that he could return to championship form next season.
Here’s a sneak peek at what all were thinking following the Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
HOMESTEAD, Fla. – The end results were predictable. Carl Edwards won the Ford 400 at Homestead and Jimmie Johnson realized the “Drive for Five.”
Both Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Hendrick Motorsports agree that if a crew chief change is coming, it will be in the offseason. Does another change need to be made?
Denny Hamlin dominated the Phoenix event, but a long green-flag run at the end combined with poor fuel mileage conspired to relegate him to a 12th-place finish.
I can also picture a Sunday without a race. And right now, that is holding more appeal than anything that’s happened in the last 10 days in NASCAR.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what all were thinking following the Kobalt Tools 500 at Phoenix International Raceway.
Carl Edwards won the Kobalt Tools 500 pole at Phoenix and had the car at the end to take him to victory lane snapping a 70-race winless streak in the process.