The probable and possible challengers for Tony Stewart’s crown are emerging.
On lap 332, Kasey Kahne passed Denny Hamlin and pretty much put it on cruise control for the final 100 miles of NASCAR’s longest event.
I shouldn’t be surprised by this one, but it never fails to catch me unaware when Danica Patrick gets so much airtime despite running a mediocre race.
Did Jimmie Johnson’s strong week propel him to the top of our Power Rankings? Did Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s strong run impress our writers? Keep reading to find out.
Was Jimmie Johnson’s win enough to volt him to the top of our Power Rankings? Keep reading to find out.
After seven months, car owner Rick Hendrick reached a milestone that only one other team has ever reached: 200 Cup Series wins.
This is Greg Biffle’s 11th pole in 341 career Cup starts. Biffle has won two poles in 2012.
It was a wild weekend in Talladega and just about every car left the track with some damage. However, it wasn’t just cars that were damaged on Sunday, as poor results in the race damaged the egos of many of today’s frontrunners. Crapshoot or not, Talladega still counts for the same amount of points as any other race and several of the competitors will be happy to cross it off their list until October.
It’s been a great start to the season and for now, at least, Roush Fenway Racing looks like the team to beat.
Simply put, Richmond shook up the Sprint Cup Series standings and the same can be said for this week’s Power Rankings
Greg Biffle is making a case to be this year’s champion. However, he’ll have to buck a trend that has plagued regular-season contenders for the past five years.
Martin Truex Jr. may have had his strongest performance in years, but was it enough to put him at the top of our Power Rankings?