Here are the drivers and teams who are trending up and trending down after Kansas.
Does Greg Biffle’s early-season “dominance” reveal a flaw in the points system?
It’s about time, right?! Greg Biffle, who has been the points leader for all but two races this season, finally and officially established himself.
When it comes to the A-list of NASCAR superstars, Greg Biffle is the sport’s forgotten man.
Jeff Gordon and Kasey Kahne are out of the cold in this week’s edition of Who’s Hot/Who’s Not.
Greg Biffle slowly stalked and ran down Jimmie Johnson over 30 laps by a tenth or so a circuit before making that final pass.
He didn’t end up in victory lane, but Martin Truex Jr. has been knocking on that door for weeks and it won’t be long now for the Mayetta, N.J. native.
Greg Biffle wasn’t sure how many bullets he would have for Jimmie Johnson. So, when he got a shot to take the lead, he didn’t waste it Saturday night at Texas.
In comparison to the 2011 season, NASCAR’s Nielsen ratings have been down during every Sprint Cup event this season with the exception of Bristol.
Was Ryan Newman’s win enough to vault him to the top of our Power Rankings?
Is Kurt Busch’s talent enough to turn Phoenix Racing around in time for a Chase appearance?
Was Smoke’s continued strong start, the best of his 14-year Cup career enough to propel him to the top of our rankings?