After Jimmie Johnson scored his first ever win at Bristol Motor Speedway, you can guess where he ended up in our Power Rankings this week.
For years, I have watched NASCAR don the hat of arbitrator in similar clashes as the Edwards/Keselowski fiasco. I often sneered when penalties were handed down.
Chad Knaus’s questionable call to outfit Jimmie Johnson’s No. 48 with four tires on the final stop paid off at Bristol.
Bristol Motor Speedway has something besides great on-track competition. They might just be able to boast the greatest driver introductions in NASCAR.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
As the pre-race activities wrapped up, it became clear Sunday’s race at Bristol was not going to be a sell-out, ending a 55-race streak.
Should NASCAR have a Senior Tour? Why or why not? How would it work?
With four races on the books so far in 2010, it’s looking like a whole new ballgame in NASCAR. The races have been very good.
This week was an off-week for the Sprint Cup Series, so we take a look at the best of what people had to say after the Carl Edwards-Brad Keselowski debate.
I don’t think NASCAR or the fans were counting on Brad Keselowski’s car pirouetting and crushing its roof in a frightening wreck just four races into 2010.
Carl Edwards’s retribution against Brad Keselowski has already been analyzed, dissected and commented upon at great length. But I’ve got to add my opinion.
The first four races of the NASCAR season have offered a variety of tracks. Naturally there was the Daytona 500, one of four plate tracks on the schedule.