The hectic schedule that comes with Independence Day festivities often steals attention away from NASCAR events held in early July.
The restrictor-plate roulette wheel turned tragic Saturday (July 2) for some of NASCAR’s most successful superstars at Daytona.
David Ragan, with an essential assist from teammate Matt Kenseth, got some sweet redemption after his miscue shifting lanes in the Daytona 500.
Go figure, a Joe Gibbs Racing entry swooped in and stole the Subway Jalapeno 250, with Joey Logano leading one lap en route to winning at Daytona.
Champagne showered down on Jeff Gordon at Pocono, marking his second Cup victory of 2011 and the first multi-win season in four years for the Rainbow Warrior.”
There is no doubt that the biggest news of the week has been about the Richard Childress – Kyle Busch scuffle after the Truck series event last Saturday.
Despite reports declaring that the “Great Recession” is over and that America is poised for economic recovery, recent events in NASCAR would prove otherwise.
Any diehard NASCAR fan with a favorite driver they’ve stuck with knows the highs and lows that go right along with being an avid supporter.
With 25 laps to go, Carl Edwards stormed past race leader Elliott Sadler, seemingly poised to steal another Nationwide Series trophy at Chicagoland.
Memorial Day weekend is a time to remember and commemorate, but not if you were racing at the front at Charlotte or Indianapolis.
Poor motives aside, NASCAR got the last-lap call correct.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. ran out of gas exiting the fourth corner on the final lap, allowing Kevin Harvick to claim his third win of the season in the World 600.