Today, we grade the drivers from AJ Allmendinger to Brian Vickers, the top 40 in the NASCAR Sprint Cup standings to date.
Dover’s Monster Mile was more like Monsters, Inc. this past weekend, but the G-rated version still served up a little mixture among the Power Rankings.
We’re a third of the way through the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup season and just one race from the halfway point to the start of the Chase.
Let me know if you’ve heard this before – Jimmie Johnson is the favorite to win this weekend. I know. I know.
The Track Too Tough to Tame lived up to its reputation Saturday night, as most every car was loaded onto the trailer with at least a Darlington stripe.
Did You Notice? Ford has yet to win a race in any of the sport’s top-three series this season? That’s an 0-for-24 shutout.
Richmond reminded us there are plenty of emerging contenders, including winner Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick.
Here’s the $5-million question: What’s the track with the fewest lead changes so far this season? Sorry, folks… your answer is Richmond, with 12.
Speaking of site management, even they seemed a bit taken aback I wasn’t showering the Talladega race with Hosannas after the fact.
The “lottery” that is Talladega these days usually shuffles the Power Rankings around like those ping-pong balls before they’re picked at random.
This past Friday, Saturday and Sunday (April 23-25) Talladega Superspeedway was our focus, with the “Aaron’s Dream Weekend” playing host to three major races.
While Brad Keselowski retook the points lead with another Talladega triumph, it was a rough day for the other Cup regulars running full Nationwide schedules.